Buildings, Landscapes, Cultures Program; Advisor, Material Culture Program
Office: 210 Elvehjem
SUMMER OFFICE HOURS - THURSDAYS, 8:30-10:30 AM
B.A. Washington University, 1991
M.A. Washington University, 1993
Ph.D. University of Delaware, 2001
American art, American material and visual culture, and North American vernacular architecture and landscape history.
On Faculty since 2000.
- 202 Renaissance to Modern Art
- 208 Western Architecture: Renaissance to Modern
- 363 American Decorative Arts and Interiors: 1620-1840
- 364 History of American Art, 1607 to Present
- 406 Topics in American Art History
- American Genre
- Modernism in America, 1900-1960
- 408 Topics in Twentieth-Century Art History: Modernism in America
- 449 Topics in Architectural History
- Vernacular Architecture & Landscapes (with Prof. Arnold Alanen, Landscape Architecture)
- 457 History of American Vernacular Architecture and Landscapes
- 563 Proseminar in Material Culture Topics:
- Methods in Material Culture
- 565 Proseminar in American Art
- Modernism & Anti-Modernism in Twentieth-Century American Art
- 567 Proseminar in American Architecture
- The American Work Place
- 600 Special Topics in Art History
- Arts of Cultural Blending, Race and Ethnicity in America (with Prof. Ann Smart Martin)
- Field Methods in Vernacular Architecture
- 701 Practicum in Art History: Bibliography, Historiography, Methods
- 865 Seminar in American Art
- (Re)Defining American Modernism
- Mapping America
- Interdisciplinary Course 102: "Modern Art and the American Experience"
Andrzejewski, Anna, Arnold R. Alanen, and Sarah Fayen Scarlett, eds. "Field Guide to Southwestern Wisconsin." Guidebook produced for the 2012 Meeting of the Vernacular Architecture Forum. Madison, WI: Departments of Art History and Landscape Architecture, 2012. 350 pp.
Andrzejewski, Anna, and Arnold R. Alanen, eds. "Housing Madison: Where We Live, Where We Work; Field Guide to Madison, Wisconsin." Guidebook produced for the 2012 Meeting of the Vernacular Architecture Forum. Madison, WI: Departments of Art History and Landscape Architecture, 2012. 350 pp.
Building Power: Architecture and the Ideology of Surveillance in Victorian America. Book manuscript under contract with the University of Tennessee Press, 242 pp. + 78 illustrations.
"Building Privacy and Community: Surveillance in a Postwar American Suburban Development in Madison, Wisconsin."; Landscape Journal, vol 28, no. 1 (Spring 2009).
"Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture, the VAF, and the Study of Ordinary Buildings in North America."; Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture 13, no. 2 (2007): 55-63.