Kimberly Rhodes Associate Professor of Art History Director, ny semester on Contemporary Art Department of Art History Drew University Madison, nj 07940



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Kimberly Rhodes

Associate Professor of Art History

Director, NY Semester on Contemporary Art

Department of Art History

Drew University

Madison, NJ 07940

(973) 408-3757

krhodes@drew.edu

EDUCATION


Ph.D. 1999 Columbia University Art History

M.A. 1992 Columbia University Art History

B.A. 1988 St. Lawrence University English Literature


ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS


Current Associate Professor of Art History & Director of the New York Semester on Contemporary Art, Drew University, Madison, NJ

Courses New York Semester on Contemporary Art (F 08, F 09, F 10, F 11), Early 20th-Century Art (S 09, S 10), American Art (S 09), History of Photography (S 09, S 11), Survey of Western Art (S 10), Art History Colloquium (S 10), Art History Research Seminar (S 11), 19th-Century Art (S 11)

Service FACIOP (S 09, F 09, S 10, F 10, S 11)
2004—2008 Associate Professor of Art History & Chair, Art Department, Hollins University, Roanoke, VA

Courses Modern Art, History of Design, History of Photography, American Art, Feminism and Contemporary Art, Victorian Art, Art & Literature in Britain, Postmodernism and the Arts, Critical Methods of Art History, Senior Paper, Senior Symposium, Contemporary Art and the Historical Imagination (MFA Dance), Children’s Book Artists (MA/MFA Children’s Literature), Gender and Art (MALS), Art History and Fiction (MALS)

Service Art Department Chair, Tenure and Promotion Committee, Academic Affairs Committee, Diversity Committee, Scholarship Committee, and others

1998—2004 Assistant Professor of Art History, Hollins University, Roanoke, VA



PUBLICATIONS

Books:

Ophelia and Victorian Visual Culture: Representing Body Politics in the Nineteenth Century. Aldershot and Burlington: Ashgate Publishing, May 2008. (reviewed in Times Literary Supplement, 22 August 2008; The Latchkey Journal of New Woman Studies, www.oscholars.com/Latchkey/Latchkey1/BookReview/LucaCaddia.html; Choice, January 2009; Victorian Studies, 51-3, Spring 2009; Archiv für das Studium der Neuren Sprachen und Literaturen 246 Band, 161, 2, 2009; Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, vol. 18, Fall 2009)
Judith Barter, Kimberly Rhodes, Seth Thayer and Andrew Walker. American Arts at the Art Institute of Chicago. New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1998. (currently distributed by Yale University Press)
Exhibition Catalogue:

The Search for the Pictorial: The Life and Art of William Steeple Davis. Orient, NY: Oysterponds Historical Society, 1999.
Essays in Books:

Forthcoming: “Double Take: Tom Hunter’s The Way Home (2000),” in Kaara Peterson and Deanne Williams, eds. The Afterlife of Ophelia. Hampshire and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.


“Degenerate Detail: John Everett Millais and Ophelia’s Muddy Death,” in Debra N. Mancoff, ed. John Everett Millais: Beyond the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. London and New Haven: Paul Mellon Centre/Yale University Press, 2001, pp. 43-68.
Exhibition Essay:

Jillian McDonald, “Zombies” (Korn Gallery, Drew University, Fall 2010)


Exhibition and Book Reviews:

Forthcoming: Review of Colin Trodd, The Pre-Raphaelites and Italy (Ashmolean, 2011) for The Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies.


Review of Steven Conn, Do Museums Still Need Objects? (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010) in Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals, volume 7, number 1 (Winter 2011), pp. 45-6.
Review of Chris Stephens, ed., The History of British Art: 1870-Now (Yale University Press, 2008) in caa.reviews (by editorial invitation)
“She’s Leaving Home: Mapping Nineteenth-Century Women and the Visual Arts,” Journal of Women’s History, Winter 2009 (vol. 21, issue 4), pp. 205-212. (by editorial invitation)
Response to Luca Caddia’s review of Ophelia and Victorian Visual Culture: Representing Body Politics in the Nineteenth Century (Ashgate, 2008) in The Latchkey Journal of New Woman Studies, www.oscholars.com/Latchkey/Latchkey1/BookReview/LucaCaddia.html)
Review of Paul Barlow, Time Present and Time Past: The Art of John Everett Millais (Ashgate, 2005) in The Journal of Pre-Raphaelite Studies, New Series 17: Spring 2008, pp. 97-101. (by editorial invitation)
Art History reviewer for Choice (by editorial invitation), 2003 to the present (more than 30 reviews published to date)
Review of Margaretta Frederick Watson, ed., Collecting the Pre-Raphaelites: The Anglo-American Enchantment (Ashgate, 1997) in Victorian Studies, vol. 42, no. 1 (Autumn 1998/1999), pp. 123-25. (by editorial invitation)
Exhibition Review: “The Grosvenor Gallery: A Palace of Art in Victorian England” in Burlington Magazine, October 1996. (by editorial invitation)
Encyclopedia Entries:

“Hugh Welch Diamond,” “Viscountess Clementina Elphinstone Hawarden,” and “Mayer and Pierson” in Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography. London and New York: Routledge, 2008.



CONFERENCES AND PRESENTATIONS


Forthcoming: 2012 Shakespeare Association of America Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, Paper: “Shakespeare and Pre-Raphaelite Identity in The Germ” (for the panel “Shakespeare and the Plastic Arts”)
Forthcoming: 2012 College Art Association Conference, Los Angeles, California, Discussant: “Future Directions in British Art History” session
Forthcoming: 2011 North American Victorian Studies Association conference, Vanderbilt University, Paper: “(Art) History Lessons: Charles Kean in the Art Journal, 1853-59”
2011 Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies Annual Conference, Penn State Abington, Invited Speaker: “Roundtable Discussion on Interdisciplinary Teaching of British Studies”
2009 Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference, Skidmore College, Paper: “In the Cards? Abraham Solomon’s Doubtful Fortune (RA 1856) and the Fate of Female Happiness”
2008 North American Victorian Studies Association Conference, Yale University, Moderator and Respondent: “Art Beyond the Easel” session
2006 North American Victorian Studies Association Conference, Purdue University, Paper: “ ‘One man in his time plays many parts’: The Three Lives of William Mulready’s Seven Ages of Man
2006 College Art Association Conference, Boston, Mass. Paper: “Models, Muses and Makers: Finding Feminism in Fiction”
2003 College Art Association Conference, New York, NY. Paper: “Orientalism and the Making of a Nineteenth-Century American Family: Frederic Edwin Church’s Court Hall at Olana.”
2002 College Art Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA. Panel Co-Chair (with Julia Marciari Alexander): “What is British Art?: Art Histories on Display.”
2001 Southeastern College Art Conference, Columbia, SC. Paper: “Home/Work: Olana, Leighton House and Artistic Identity in the 1860s and 1870s.”
2000 Southeastern College Art Conference, Louisville, KY. Paper: “Performance Anxiety: The Pictorial and Theatrical Representation of Hamlet in Fin-de-Siècle Britain.”
1999 Southeastern College Art Conference, Norfolk, VA. Panel Co-Chair (with Charlotte Eyerman): “Channel Crossings: Gendered Exchanges of Visual Culture Between Britain and France in the Nineteenth Century.”
1999 Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference, Columbus, OH. Paper: “Reclaiming the American Wilderness: Thomas Cole in England, 1829-1831.”
1997 College Art Association Conference, New York, NY. Paper: “Degenerate Detail: John Everett Millais and Ophelia’s Muddy Death.”

SELECTED GUEST LECTURES


2007 Lecture, St. Louis Art Museum, “Shakespeare and the Pre-Raphaelites”
2007 Lecture, Shenandoah University, Winchester, VA, “Ophelia, Visual Culture and Victorian Body Politics” & “Models, Muses, and Makers: Finding Feminism in Fiction” in celebration of Women’s History Month
2007 Lecture, Hermitage Auxiliary Foundation, Norfolk, VA, “Georgia O’Keeffe & the Modern American Landscape”
2006 Lecture Series, Art Museum of Western Virginia, Roanoke, VA
2002 Lecture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, VA. “Ophelia, Visual Culture and Victorian Body Politics.”
2002 Lecture, Randolph-Macon Woman’s College, Lynchburg, VA. “James Abbe, Photographer.”

2001 Symposium “Domestic Spaces and Social Identities,” Hollins University, Roanoke, VA. “Home/Work: Olana, Leighton House and Artistic Identity in the 1860s and 1870s.”


2000 Lecture, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA. “Reading Between Ophelia’s Lines: Varieties of Image-Text Interactions in 19th Century British Art.”
1999 Lecture, Art Museum of Western Virginia, Roanoke, VA. “The Rose by Maria Oakey Dewing: A Painting in Context.”
1999 Lecture, Oysterponds Historical Society, Orient, NY. “The Search for the Pictorial: The Life and Art of William Steeple Davis.”

MUSEUM EXPERIENCE


1996—1998 Curator of Education, The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY
1994—1996 Henry Luce Foundation Research Curator, Department of American Arts, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
1993 NEA Graduate Intern, Department of Museum Education, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL


  1. College Intern, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY




  1. Docent and Curatorial Intern, Olana State Historic Site, Hudson, NY

1987 Intern, Leighton House Museum, London, England



CURATORIAL PROJECTS


Forthcoming: So Yoon Lym, Korn Gallery, Drew University, Fall 2011
Looking Inside Godey’s Lady’s Book: Dress and Domesticity in the Nineteenth Century, Eleanor D. Wilson Museum, Hollins University, Spring 2007, co-curated with Hollins University undergraduate students (Presented with Award of Excellence for the 2007 Southeastern Museums Conference Exhibition Competition)
The Search for the Pictorial: The Life and Art of William Steeple Davis, Oysterponds Historical Society, Orient, NY, Summer 1999; SUNY Stony Brook Museum of Art, Summer 2000
Changing Places: Looking at Southampton, The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY, May 1998, co-curated with Southampton High School students
Assisted with re-installation of permanent collection of American Arts, The Art Institute of Chicago, 1994-1996

HONORS, GRANTS, AWARDS


2004-5 Cabell Sabbatical Fellowship, Hollins University

2004 Mednick Fellowship, Virginia Foundation of Independent Colleges

2002 Alternate, National Humanities Center Fellowship


  1. Hollins University Faculty Award

1998—2007 Hollins University Faculty Research Grant

1998—2007 Hollins University Faculty Travel Grant



  1. William Steeple Davis Trust Research Fellowship

  1. Columbia University Lewine Summer Travel Grant

  1. Columbia University Summer Travel Grant

  1. Victorian Society Travel Grant

1989—1992 Columbia University Graduate Fellowship

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS


Historians of British Art (former President, currently serving on Board of Directors)

College Art Association

North American Victorian Studies Association

Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies



Northeastern Victorian Studies Association

American Association of Museums


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