Position Associate Professor of Art History Associate Director of Research and Graduate Studies Academic Area Art History Location Lamar Dodd School of Art, Main Building | Room C301N Email firstname.lastname@example.org Research Focus Mid-20th Century American Painting, 21st Century Installation and Video. On leave Fall 2022 Isabelle Loring Wallace currently serves as Associate Director of Research and Graduate Studies. Her research focuses on a wide range of objects and images, ranging from mid-twentieth-century American painting to early twenty-first-century photography, video, and installation. She is the author of numerous articles and exhibition catalogue essays on artists such as Manet, Duchamp, Jenny Saville, Wim Delvoye, Christian Jankowski, Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, and Paul Pfeiffer, and the co-editor of two anthologies that reflect her commitment to thinking about contemporary art within broad cultural and historical contexts: Contemporary Art and Classical Myth, co-edited with Jennie Hirsh (Ashgate/Routledge 2011) and Contemporary Art About Architecture: A Strange Utility co-edited with Nora Wendl (Ashgate/Routledge 2013). She is currently preparing a third anthology, also with Jennie Hirsh on Ventriloquism and Contemporary Art. In addition, Professor Wallace is also author of Jasper Johns (Phaidon, 2014) and is currently completing a second book on Johns that considers his work in conjunction with contemporaneous developments in the fields of genetics and psychoanalysis. Simultaneously, she is working on a new project that considers recurring intersections between new media art and assorted Judeo-Christian themes. At the School of Art, she teaches undergraduate- and graduate-level courses on postwar visual culture, as well as various thematic courses dedicated to tracing contemporary art's intellectual and artistic genealogies.