Professor in the History of Art
FASHAR History of Art
Carol Armstrong teaches and writes about 19th century French painting, the history of photography, the history and practice of art criticism, feminist theory and the representation of women and gender in art and visual culture. She has published books and essays on Edgar Degas, Edouard Manet, Paul Cézanne, and 19th and 20th century photography. Her current projects include a book on Cézanne and his afterlives, and two sets of essays, one on still-life and materiality, and the other on the concept of medium-specificity in different modern media, ranging from poetry and music, to painting and photography.