Jennifer Fisher

Jennifer Fisher is an art historian, critic and curator specializing in contemporary art and curatorial studies. Her research focusses on exhibitions, display practices, contemporary art, feminist performance, affect theory and the aesthetics of the non-visual senses. She is co-founder and joint editor of the Journal of Curatorial Studies. Her writings have been featured in anthologies […]

Dan Adler

Professor Adler’s areas of research include the history of art writing, modern and contemporary sculpture, German modernism, Frankfurt School theory, conceptual art, and the theory and history of contemporary art. He teaches courses in 19th-, 20th-, and 21st-century art, with particular interests in 19th-century European painting, French and German Dada, and the development and reception […]

Leslie Korrick

Formerly of the interdisciplinary Fine Arts Cultural Studies program at York University, Dr. Leslie Korrick is an Associate Professor in the Department of Visual Art and Art History in the School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design and is appointed to the graduate programs in Art History & Visual Culture and Science & Technology […]

Hong Kal

Hong Kal teaches visual art and culture of East Asia. She has written about expositions and museums in relation to the formation of national identity. Her current research focuses on trauma art, socially engaged art, and artistic intervention in urban development in Korea. Her research was supported by Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at Stanford University (2003-2005), […]

Anna Hudson

Anna Hudson is an art historian, curator, writer and educator specializing in Canadian Art, Curatorial and Indigenous Studies. Formerly Associate Curator of Canadian Art at the Art Gallery of Ontario, she brings to her teaching extensive hands-on experience in institutional curatorial practice. Dr. Hudson is currently completing a final publication for the SSHRC Partnership Grant, […]

Brian Grosskurth

Professor Grosskurth’s research focuses on modern and contemporary art history and theory. His current research interests includes work on contemporary art and philosophy, contemporary public sculpture and the relations between the arts during the Romantic era. Selected Published Works ‘Mourning and Mimesis’, Oxford Art Journal (Autumn 2009) “Solitude as Style: Berlioz and the Topography of Sound’ in Regarding […]

Sarah Parsons

Professor Sarah Parsons teaches courses in the history and theory of photography, modern art, Canadian art, and art crime. My current research focuses on the history and theory of photography. With Professor Sarah Bassnett (Western University) I am co-authoring a survey of photography in Canada to be published by the Art Canada Institute. In 2019, […]