Curriculum Vitae

Education

August 2018 – present

PhD Candidate, Art History, The Graduate Center, CUNY, New York, NY
M.Phil., Art History, The Graduate Center, CUNY, New York, NY

History of Photography, major; Art since 1900, minor. Area of focus: Algeria, Gender

August 2014 – January 2016

M.A., Stony Brook University, SUNY, New York, NY

Philosophy and the Arts, Advanced Certificate in Art History

August 2008 – June 2012

B.A., College of Arts and Sciences, Seattle University, Seattle, WA

Philosophy Major, Visual Art Major

 

Additional Education

Modern Standard Arabic, Qalam wa Lawh, Morocco, Fall 2020 and Spring 2021

French, FIAF Manhattan, NY, Winter, Spring, and Fall 2016

Expressive Figure Painting, Pratt Institute, Seattle, WA Spring 2013

Film and Video, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA Summer 2007

 

Professional Appointments

Adjunct Lecturer, Art History, Bronx Community College, Fall 2022

Adjunct Lecturer, Art History, New York City College of Technology, Spring 2022

Adjunct Lecturer, Art History, Brooklyn College, Fall 2019 – Fall 2022

Graduate Assistant, Art History Department, Graduate Center, 2018 – 2020

Collections Manager (Photography), Triple Net Ventures, 2018 – 2019

Office Manager, Gachot Studios, New York, NY 2017 – 2019

Director’s Assistant, Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY 2016 – 2017

Gallery Manager, Denis Gardarin Gallery, New York, NY 2015

Publications Intern, Gagosian Gallery, New York, NY 2015

Education Department Intern and Gallery Guide, Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA 2010-2012

Gallery Manager, Hedreen Gallery, Seattle University, 2010-2012

 

Courses Taught

Art 1010, Art History, Art: Its History and Meaning

Art 3066, Art History, Modern Art
Art 1106, Art History, Modern Art

Art 3124, Art History, Islamic Art

Art 12, Art History, Introduction to Art of Africa, the Americas, Asia, and the Middle East

 

Awards/Fellowships/Grants

American Institute for Maghrib Studies (AIMS) Grant, 2022

Frankenthaler Covid Fellowship, 2022

Early Research Initiative Grant, Graduate Center, 2022

Award for Images of Research Competition, Graduate Center, 2021

Award for Doctoral Student Research Grant, Graduate Center, 2021

Award for Archival Research in African American and African Diaspora Studies, 2021

Open Pedagogy Fellowship, Graduate Center, CUNY, Spring 2021

Scaling Instructional Excellence for Student Success Grant, ACUE, August 2020 – 2021

Credential in Effective College Instruction (ACE and ACUE), March 2021

Graduate Teaching Fellowship, Graduate Center, CUNY, 2019 – 2022

Advanced Certificate in Art History, Stony Brook University, New York, 2016

 

Publications

Book Chapters

January 2022

New Media Art 2022, CICA Press, Gimpo, Korea

Chapter, “Visual Mobility & Containment: Movement between North Africa and Europe expressed by artists Lydia Ourahmane and Ursula Biemann.”

June 2020

Pandemic Solidarity: Mutual Aid During the Covid-10 Crisis, Pluto Press, London

Edited by Marina Sitrin & Colectiva Sembrar
Chapter Excerpt, "Turtle Island", "Free them all! Prisoner Solidarity and Abolition in the Pandemic."

 

Peer-Reviewed

“Review of The Franco-Algerian War Through a Twenty-First Century Lens by Nicole Beth Wallenbrock”, French Politics, Culture and Society
(forthcoming)

H-Net and the Association for Modern and Contemporary Art of the Arab World, Iran, and Turkey
Review of exhibition Beyond Metaphor: Women and War curated by Kasia Faleçka
(forthcoming)

 

Conference Presentations

March 5, 2021, Graduate Student Association 31st Annual Symposium, University of Arizona, Art Histories of Activism: Photography, Film, and Ephemera in Response to Crisis

Presenter, "Distinct Images: The Interior Lives of FLN Moudjahidates مجاهدةت"

February 12th, 2021, Photography Network CAA Annual Meeting, Pechakucha Presentation

Pechakucha Presentation, "Interior Lives of FLN Moudjahiates"

January 23rd, 2021 

Art Teleported Korea 2021, CICA Museum

Presenter, “Visual Mobility & Containment: Movement between North Africa and Europe expressed by artists Lydia Ourahmane and Ursula Biemann.”

September 2019

Pacific Association for the Continental Tradition (PACT), Seattle University, Seattle, WA

Presenter, “Migration and the Mediterranean Sea: Visual Mobility and Political Resistance"

May 2017
NYC Anarchist Book Fair

May 13, 2017

Pacific Association for the Continental Tradition (PACT), University of Hawai`i at Hilo, Hilo, Hawai`i

Presenter, “Impersonal Aesthetics: Resisting the Ego in Narcissistic Memory & Spectatorship.”

September 15 – 18, 2016
Moderator, Conference, EcoSangha and Seattle University

On behalf of Rev. Kōshō Itagaki (EcoSangha), Rev. Dr. Jason Tetsuzen Wirth (EcoSangha and Seattle University), and Dr. Brian Shudō Schroeder (EcoSangha and Rochester Insitute of Technology)

October 2012
Seattle University Philosophy Conference, Seattle University, Seattle, Washington

Presenter, “Addressing the Problem of Universals: Univocity of Being in Scotus, Dōgen, and Deleuze.”

May 2012

Seattle University Philosophy Conference, Seattle University, Seattle, Washington

Chair and Moderator for Heidegger session

April 11, 2011
Pacific University Philosophy Conference, Pacific University, Forest Hills, Oregon

Presenter, “The Gap: Unleashing Creativity Through Deleuzian Thought.”

April 12, 2011
Pacific University Philosophy Conference, Pacific University, Forest Hills, Oregon

Presenter, “Sustaining a Vision for Feminist Ethical Reasoning: Exploring the Possibility of Universal Moral Theory.”

October 2011
NAWCHE Conference, Seattle University, Seattle, WA

Presenter, “Sustaining a Vision for Feminist Ethical Reasoning: Exploring the Possibility of Universal Moral Theory.”

November 2011
Seattle University Philosophy Conference, Seattle University, Seattle, WA

Presenter, “Beauvoir and Butler: Making a Case for Ambiguity in Moral Theory.”

 

Edits/Mentions

June 2020, Public Seminar & Gender & Its Discontents Online Publication, Gender and Sexualities Institute, The New School

Anarchafeminism and Abolition, Anarchafeminist Manifesto 1.0

August 22, 2017, Medium, written by Zila Renfro

August 2, 2017, It's Going Down

Summer 2017, published by James Fuentes Gallery

2017, written by Jason M. Wirth, published by SUNY Press

(mention), Mountains, Rivers, and the Great Earth

Reading Gary Snyder and Dōgen in an Age of Ecological Crisis

By Jason M. Wirth

May 2016, published by Marlborough Gallery

Xu Lei: New Works

Exhibition catalogue with essay written by Lilly Wei who discusses how the color blue in Xu Lei’s work demonstrates a serene expansion of reality while the color red signifies a memorial past of war and anxiety.

September 2015, Denis Gardarin Gallery, New York

exhibition press release (edited), Contiguous: 30 Works

Press release and artist biography for Joseph La Piana written in conjunction with a two-part installation in Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY.

November 2015, Denis Gardarin Gallery for VOLTA NY, New York

exhibition press release (edited), Rudolf Polanszky: On Evolutive Concepts of Transformation

Artist biography for Rudolf Polanszky revised and brought to current for all exhibitions including Denis Gardarin Gallery (New York) and Zeitkunst Niederösterreich (St. Pölten, Dominikanerkirche) curated by Francesco Stocchi. Press release edited for New York exhibition only

Winter 2015, Released/Published 2016, Distributed by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., in association with Gagosian Gallery

Michael Heizer: Altars

Exhibition catalog produced by Publications Team at Gagosian Gallery 980 Madison Ave in conjunction with Michael Heizer: Altars exhibition at 555 W 24th St.

(Researched and edited artist archives for annotated bibliography and raisonné.)