Joel A. Hollander

Foundations in Art History; Modern Art

(305) 284-5438
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Dr. Joel Hollander, Ph.D. was trained in the Big Ten, having first earned his undergraduate degree in Art History at The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor where he wrote an Honors Thesis on the contemporary British printmaker Anthony Davies’ linocut suite The Wasteland (1985-86); Master’s Degree in Art History at The University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana where his thesis about Ford Madox Brown’s Work (1865) was published in The New Hibernia Review (1997); and doctoral degree from The University of Minnesota (Twin Cities) where his dissertation was published as the book Warrior Artists and the Battle for Home Rule: Coloured Political Lithographs as Irish Propaganda, 1879-1886 (New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 2007). Dr. Hollander has made contributions to chapters in books, articles, and reviews published for online journals, as well as delivered numerous papers at museum and university symposia and conferences, along with experience curating exhibitions and serving on panels at international art fairs. Throughout his career, Dr. Hollander has developed on-line curricula for institutions of higher education in the United States and Asia where he has taught abroad. Along with excellence in research and teaching, he has also served on initiatives that designed educational programs funded by local, state, and federal agencies, as well as received awards for interdisciplinary and new course development.