Professor, Visual and Critical Studies; Art History, Theory, and Criticism (1998). BA, 1977, Radcliffe College, Harvard University; MA, 1981, University of Pennsylvania; PhD, 1989, Graduate Center, City University of NY. Books: The Business of Holidays (editor and coauthor); Clean New World: Culture, Politics, and Graphic Design; Cut with the Kitchen Knife: The Weimar Photomontages of Hannah Hoch; coauthor, Montage and Modern Life. Publications: Graphic Design History; Bauhaus: Dessau-Chicago-New York; Women in Dada; Graphic Design in a Mechanical Age; Print Magazine. Awards: 2005 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship; Swann Foundation Grant; Kress Travel Grant; NEA Projects Grant.
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