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Joanne Lukitsh

Joanne Lutkish
Title: 
Professor
Department: 
Office: 
Tower 541
Education: 
1987 - Ph.D. Art History, University of Chicago; 1981 - MA, Art History, University of New Mexico; 1976 - BA, History, Wesleyan University
Professional Experience: 

Publications, Presentations, and Lectures

  • 2020 - Co-edited with Juliet Hacking, Photography and the Arts: Essays on Nineteenth Century Practices and Debates, London: Bloomsbury, 2020
  • 2017 - Panelist, "'Simplicity of the Past:' The American and English Reception of Julia Margaret Cameron's Photographs, 1889-1915," American Art and Photography from 1895 to 1925: Rethinking Pictorialism, conference at Princeton University, October 2017
  • 2017 - Discussant, “Vital Expressions: Pictorialism and its Legacies,” Session at the Annual Meetings of the College Art Association, NYC, February 2017
  • 2016 - “Julia Margaret Cameron’s Photographs of the Anglican Madonna,” Lecture for "Cameron at 200." Symposium at the Victoria and Albert Museum, January 2016
  • 2016 - “The Image of a Woman Artist:  Julia Margaret Cameron’s Photographs of Maria Spartali,” Lecture in conjunction with exhibition, "Poetry and Beauty:  The Pre-Raphaelite Art of Maria Spartali Stillman," Delaware Art Museum, January 2016 
  • 2015 - “ ‘Not only from the Life but to the Life:’ Julia Margaret Cameron and the Aesthetics of the Photographic Print,” Plenary address, Conference: Julia Margaret Cameron University of Portsmouth, July 2015
  • 2015 - “How Julia Margaret Cameron became an 'old master’ of photography.” Conference: Rethinking Early Photography, University of Lincoln, June 2015
  • 2011 - Co-chair, with Juliet Hacking, “Art Photography and Its Markets,” session at the 2011 Annual Conference, Association of Art Historians, Warwick, England. March 2011
  • 2011 - Contributor, Challenging the Myths of Art History: A Symposium in Honor of Linda Seidel, Fordham University. February 2011 
  • 2011 - Presenter, Curatorial Study Day, The Pre-Raphaelite Lens: Photography and Painting in England 1848-1875, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.  January 2011

Awards and Honors

  • 2017 - Young Faculty Fellowship, Massachusetts College of Art and Design Foundation 
  • 2007 - Marilyn Pappas Faculty Fellowship, Massachusetts College of Art Foundation Faculty Grant   
  • 2003 - Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, England, Research Fellowship Studio photographs of the sculpture of Thomas Woolner 
  • 2003 - The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, Research Support Grant Julia Margaret Cameron and Sir Coutts Lindsay: Photography and Art, 1857-1866 

Professional Affiliations and Organizations

  • Spring 2013-2017 - Sustainability Faculty Fellow, in collaboration with Jane Marching