Dr. Bernadine Barnes
WGS Rotating Core Faculty and Professor of Renaissance Art History
Office: Scales Fine Arts Center 106
Phone: (336) 758-5303
Ph.D. Art History, University of Virginia, 1986
M.A. Art History,University of Pittsburgh, 1981
B.A. Psychology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1973
WGS 221: Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies
Art 351: Topics in Gender and Art
Sixteenth Century Italian Art
Issues related to viewing art (audience, access, display); canon construction
EVA / AVE: Women in Renaissance and Baroque Prints (Washington and New York, 1990). Co-author with H. Diane Russell.
- “The Understanding of a Woman: Vittoria Colonna and Michelangelo’s Christ and the Samaritan Woman,” Renaissance Studies (in press)
- Review of Sister Giustina Niccolini, The Chronicle of Le Murate, edited and translated by Saundra Weddle, in The European Legacy, scheduled to appear June, 2013
- “Aretino, the Public, and the Censorship of the Last Judgment,” in Suspended Licenses: Studies in Censorship and the Visual Arts, ed. Elizabeth Childs (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1997), 59-84.