• Brooke Belisle, History of Photography & Cinema; Media Theory & Media Art; Philosophy of Technology; Visual Culture of Science
  • Michele H. Bogart, Social History of Art in the United States; Public Art, Urban Design, & Commercial Culture
  • Barbara E. Frank, Social History of Art in Africa; Contemporary African and Diasporic Art; Ancient African and Mesoamerican Art
  • Shoki Goodarzi, Contemporary Middle Eastern Art & Cinema; Near Eastern Art & Archaeology; Greek & Roman Art and Archaeology; Curatorial Studies
  • Sohl Lee, Contemporary East Asian Art & Visual Culture; Critical Theory & Globalization; Curatorial Studies
  • John Lutterbie, Cognitive Science & Performance Theory; Theory of Theatre & Performance Art
  • David S. Mather, Early Twentieth‐Century & Interwar European and American Art; Italian Futurism; Color Theory; Automatism
  • Zabet Patterson, Contemporary European and American Art & Criticism; History & Theory of Computational Media, Performance & Cybernetics
  • James H. Rubin, Nineteenth‐Century European Art History, Theory & Criticism; Art & Politics; Art & Philosophy
  • Katy Siegel, Postwar & Contemporary European and American Art; Material & Social Histories; Curatorial Studies
  • Andrew V. Uroskie, Late Modern & Contemporary European and American Art; Moving Image & Sound‐ Based Practices



  • Isak Berbic, M.F.A. School of Art and Design, College of Architecture and the Arts, University of Illinois at Chicago. Assistant Professor, Photography
  • Toby Buonagurio, M.A. City College of New York, Professor, Ceramics, ceramic sculpture and drawing.
  • Stephanie Dinkins, M.F.A in Photography, Maryland Institute College of Art, Associate Professor and Director for Digital Art Minor, Image based object & installation, photography, video art.
  • Christa Erickson, M.F.A. University of California, San Diego, Associate Professor, Electronic installation, digital media, video art. Affiliate in Women’s Studies and Cultural Studies. Medical Leave 2014-15
  • Martin Levine, M.F.A. California College of Arts and Crafts, Professor, Printmaking.
  • Nobuho Nagasawa, M.F.A. Hochschule der Kunst Berlin. Professor, sculpture, installation and public art. MFA Graduate Program Director
  • Howardena Pindell, M.F.A. Yale University. Professor, Drawing and painting.



  • Helen Harrison, M.A. Case Western Reserve University, Lecturer and Director, Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center, 20th-century art, museum studies.
  • Karen Levitov, Director and Curator, Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery, Staller Center for the Arts.
  • Lorraine Walsh, M.F.A. University of Pennsylvania/Penn Design, Art Director and Curator of The Simons Center for Geometry and Physics.





  • Megan Craig, Ph.D. New School for Social Research. Assistant Professor of Philosophy.
  • Marc Fasanella, Ph.D. in Art & Art Education, New York University. Visting Professor.
  • Raiford Guins, Ph.D. University of Leeds. Assistant Professor of Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies. Core Faculty for the Consortium for Digital Arts, Culture, and Technology.
  • E. Ann Kaplan, Ph.D. Rutgers University. Humanities Institute Director, Distinguished Professor of English and Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies.
  • Adrienne Munich, Ph.D. City University of New York. Professor of English, Women’s Studies, and Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies.
  • Margaret Schedel, D.M.A. University of Cincinnati College. Assistant Professor; composition and computer music.
  • Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew, M.F.A. in Design, California Institute of the Arts. Lecturer, Lighting Design and Technology.



  • Melissa Clarke, MPS New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, Adjunct Lecturer, Digital Arts.
  • Jason Paradis, M.F.A. Stony Brook University. Adjunct Lecturer, Drawing, Painting, Mixed Media.
  • Lorena Salcedo-Watson, M.F.A. Stony Brook University. Visiting Artist, Printmaking and Lithography.
  • Chris Semergieff, M.F.A. Brooklyn College. Visiting Artist, Drawing and painting.