I am an art historian, feminist, cartoonist, dog lover, and mom. Since 2005 I have been a professor of art history and gender and women’s studies at SUNY Oswego. My research area is Gender and Japanese art and architecture of the Nineteenth century, art historiography, and teaching pedagogy. I got a PhD at the University of Michigan in 2004; my dissertation thesis concerned Japan’s exhibits at the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago and how the Meiji government used art, history, and gender to argue for better treaties with the US and European powers.
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