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Queen's University
 

Faculty & Staff

Head of Art History & Art Conservation: Janice Helland

Graduate Program Chair: Allison Sherman
Undergraduate Program Chair: Katherine Romba

Jan Allen

Adjunct Professor

Director, Agnes Etherington Art Centre  

Contemporary art with a concentration in Canadian art. Research areas include electronic media art, politically and socially engaged art, the exhibitionary complex and arts policy
(613)533 6000 x77052
jan.allen@queensu.ca

Gauvin Alexander Bailey

Professor and Alfred and Isabel Bader Chair in Southern Baroque Art     

PhD (Harvard University)

16th-18th century Southern and Central European arts and their international diffusion in Latin America and Asia; also the patronage of Catholic religious orders, notably the Society of Jesus (Jesuits); more recently the relationship between Rococo décor and spirituality in France, Central Europe, Iberia, and Latin America

(613) 533 6000 x77344
baileyg@queensu.ca

Alicia Boutilier

Adjunct Professor
Curator of Canadian Historical Art, Agnes Etherington Art Centre

Canadian art history, particularly late 19th and early 20th centuries, and histories of Canadian art collecting. 

(613)533-6000 x77054 

 

alicia.boutilier@queensu.ca

 

Una D'Elia 

Associate Professor 

Southern European Renaissance and Baroque painting, sculpture, and architecture, with a particular interest in the relationships between art and literature and the Counter Reformation
(613) 533 6000 x78140
deliau@queensu.ca 

David de Witt 

Adjunct Professor and Bader Curator of European Art

 Ph.D. (Queen's University) 
Dutch Art of the 17th century, in particular Rembrandt and history painting in Amsterdam; Italian art theory of the 16th century, and art and the Early Enlightenment in The Netherlands
(613)533-6000 x75100
david.dewitt@queensu.ca

Stephanie Dickey

Professor and Bader Chair in Northern Baroque Art

Ph.D. (Institute of Fine Arts, New York University)
Dutch and Flemish art of the seventeenth century, especially Rembrandt and his circle, portraiture, and the history of printmaking
(613)533 6000 x78774
dickeys@queensu.ca

Pierre du Prey

Professor Emeritus and Queen's Research Chair   Emeritus  
Ph.D. (Princeton)
History of Architecture in the Classical Tradition in Europe and North America, Architectural Education, Architectural Books and Drawings
(613)533 6000 x77349
pduprey@queensu.ca

Janice Helland

Professor, Head of Art History & Art Conservation
Ph.D. (Victoria)
Late 19th-century British and Irish arts and crafts, textiles, gender issues, material culture, late 19th and early 20th-century dress and fashion, craft history
(613)533 6000 x75670
hellandj@queensu.ca

Cathleen Hoeniger 

Professor 
Ph.D. (Princeton)
Medieval and Renaissance Art in Italy, in particular: Raphael and the Reception of his Art; The History of Taste and Collecting in Europe, 1550-1830; and Art, Science and Medicine, 1000-1600, Europe and the Middle East
(613)533 6000 x77346
hoeniger@queensu.ca 

Lynda Jessup 

Professor 
Ph.D. (Toronto)
Visual cultural studies, specializing in Native North American and Canadian visual culture. Focusing on art exhibitions, museums and collecting; art historiography, art in tourism, and more recently, on the role of art exhibitions in advancing Canadian foreign policy and international cultural relations
(613)533 6000 x75339
lynda.jessup@queensu.ca 

Bruce Laughton 

Professor Emeritus 
Ph.D. (London)
French 19th Century and Modern British Art 19th and 20th Century British Art; 18th and 19th Century French Painting Current research is on Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966)
bl5@queensu.ca

Ron Spronk 

Professor 
Ph.D. (Groningen)
Technical Art History, Early Netherlandish Painting
(613)533 6000 x78288
spronkr@queensu.ca

Susan Lord

Cross-Appointed Faculty,

Head of Department and Associate Professor in the Department of Film and Media. 

Cinema and media arts; cosmopolitanism; new media, gendered spaces and the city; and Cuban cinema and visual culture.  She has undertaken curatorial projects of media arts, worked with artists groups and artist-run centres for over 20 years.

(613)533 6000 x77019

lords@queensu.ca

David McTavish

Professor Emeritus
Ph.D. (London)
Italian Renaissance Art
(613)533 6000 x77350
mctavish@queensu.ca

Allison Morehead 

Assistant Professor 
Ph.D. (Chicago)
French, Scandinavian, and German art of the 19th and early 20th centuries; history of museums and collecting; the art of psychiatric patients; printmaking; intersections 
between art and science; critical theory; historiography
(613)533 6000 x78804
morehead@queensu.ca

Matthew Reeve 

Associate Professor and Queen's National Scholar 

FSA (Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London) 
Ph.D. (Cambridge University)
Medieval Art and Architecture, Medievalism in Western Art, Artistic and cultural relationships between the East and West during the 
Crusades; Historiography and Theory of Art History
(613) 533 6000 x75247
reevem@queensu.ca

Clive Robertson 

Associate Professor  
Ph.D. (Communication Studies, Concordia)
Contemporary art and institutions post-1960 including the cultural politics and practices of art and cultural production; specialties include interdisciplinary research methods, performance art studies, art and activism, and cultural policy studies.
(613)507 2494
cr16@queensu.ca

Katherine Romba 

Undergraduate Chair, Assistant Professor 
Ph.D. (Institute of Fine Arts, NYU)
Modern architecture, modern art, critical theory,
anthropological theory
(613)533 6000 x74171
rombak@queensu.ca

Joan M. Schwartz 

Associate Professor and Queen's National Scholar 
Ph.D. (Queen's University)
History of Photography; Nineteenth-Century Photography and the Geographical Imagination; Early Landscape / Travel Photography; Photography in Canada; The Management of Photographic Archives; Photographic Materiality and Meaning; The Photograph as Art/Fact Artifact
(613)533 6000 x75453
schwartz@queensu.ca

Allison Sherman

Graduate Chair and Director of the Queen’s Venice Summer School
Ph.D. (University of St Andrews)

Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture, in particular the art of Venice; patronage, history of collecting and reception in 17th and 18th century Venice.
(613)533-6000 x75833

as90@queensu.ca

Pat Sullivan

Adjunct Professor 
Public Programs Manager, Agnes Etherington Art Centre

Museum education and public programming

(613) 533 6000 x 77053  
pat.sullivan@queensu.ca    


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