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About Amy Hamlin, PhD

Amy K. Hamlin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art History, where she teaches across the art history curriculum. Hamlin holds a PhD in art history from the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University, an MA in art history from Williams College, and a BA in art history from Vassar College. She is the author of essays on the work of Max Beckmann, Jasper Johns, William H. Johnson, and Kara Walker. In 2014, she cofounded with Karen J. Leader the project Art History That, which aims to curate, crowdsource, and collaborate on the future of art history. Between 2016 and 2019, she served as the inaugural Alberta Huber, CSJ, Endowed Chair in the Liberal Arts and Director of the Evaleen Neufeld Initiative in the Liberal Arts. Hamlin is an advocate for a more equitable practice of the liberal arts through individual accountability to institutional transformation. She believes that relational pedagogies, in tandem with sustained and critical encounters with the humanities, arts, and sciences, can better prepare us for community and difference in the 21st century.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor of Art History, St. Catherine University Art and Art History Department
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Education

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2007 PhD, New York University ‐ Art History
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2000 MA, Williams College ‐ Art History
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1995 BA, Vassar College ‐ Art History
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Contact Information

Phone: 651-690-6809

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