Joanne Lukitsh

Title: Professor


Degrees: PhD, University of Chicago; MA, University of New Mexico; BA, Wesleyan University; Teaches courses in Modern Art and the History of Photography

Recent publications:
Like a Lionardo: Cameron's Photography and the Rossetti Brothers," in The Pre-Raphaelite Lens:  Photography and Painting in England 1848-1875 (Washington, DC:  National Gallery of Art and Ashgate Press, 2010).

"Place Above All Else: Laura McPhee's River of No Return," in River of No Return: Photographs by Laura McPhee. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2008), 101-111.

" 'A Record of City Life Without a Parallel:' Alfred Stieglitz's Photographs of New York City, 1892-1905.," in Looking High and Low: Representing Social Conflict in American Visual Culture. Patricia Johnston, ed. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006), 210-27.

"Thomas Woolner: Seeing Sculpture through Photography," Henry Moore Institute Essays on Sculpture, No. 49 (2005).

"Before 1864: Julia Cameron's Early Work in Photography," in Julia Margaret Cameron: The Collected Photographs.  Julian Cox and Colin Ford, eds. (Los Angeles: The J. Paul Getty Museum, 2003), p. 94-105.

Phaidon 55: Julia Margaret Cameron. (London, Phaidon, 2001), reissued in new format in 2006.

Recent fellowships:
Marilyn Pappas Faculty Fellowship, Massachusetts College of Art Foundation Faculty Grant
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, England, Research Fellowship
The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, Research Support Grant

Recent professional panels:
Co-chair, with Juliet Hacking, "Art Photography and Its Markets," session at the 2011 Annual Conference, Association of Art Historians, Warwick, England.