Elizabeth Milroy teaches the history of art and material culture in North America.
Her courses range from general surveys of art in the United States and Canada from First
Contact to 1945, to courses treating the history of sculpture and courses in the history
of cultural landscapes and historic preservation to advanced seminars in cultural
institutions and exhibitionary practices as well as the work of individual artists such
as Thomas Eakins and Georgia OKeeffe. She also teaches a junior colloquium on material
culture studies for the America Studies program. A specialist in the history of cultural
institutions and cultural landscapes in the United States, in particular those in
Philadelphia, she has organized exhibitions and has published numerous articles and
catalogue essays. 

Articles

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For the like Uses, as the Moore-Fields’: The Politics of Penn’s Squares, The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (2006)
 

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The Public Career of Emma Stebbins: Work in Bronze, Archives of American Art Journal (1994)
 

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The Public Career of Emma Stebbins: Work in Marble, Archives of American Art Journal (1993)