Anna V. Andrzejewski

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Professor

Phone: 608.262.9183

Email: avandrzejews@wisc.edu

Office Number: 210 Elvehjem

Director of Graduate Studies

Director Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures Program

Office Hours:
Tuesdays, 11:00-1:00p.m. and by appointment

Education:

B.A. Washington University, 1991
M.A. Washington University, 1993
Ph.D. University of Delaware, 2001

Curriculum Vitae

Affiliations:
Department of  Urban and Regional Planning
Center for Culture, History, and the Environment (CHE)
Nelson Institute
UW-Madison Department of Geography

Areas of Research and Teaching:

American art, American material and visual culture, and North American vernacular architecture and landscape history.

On Faculty since 2000.

Courses taught:
  • 202 Renaissance to Modern Art
  • 364 History of American Art, 1607 to Present
  • 449 Topics in Architectural History
    Topics:
    • Vernacular Architecture & Landscapes (with Prof. Arnold Alanen, Landscape Architecture)
  • 468: Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 567 Proseminar in American Architecture
    Topics:
    • The American Work Place
  • 701 Practicum in Art History: Bibliography, Historiography, Methods
  • 867: Seminar in American Architecture (topics vary)
      Related resources:

      Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures website

      http://annaandrzejewski.weebly.com

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      Selected Publications:

       

      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.

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      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.

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      "Building Privacy and Community: Surveillance in a Postwar American Suburban Development in Madison, Wisconsin."; Landscape Journal, vol 28, no. 1 (Spring 2009).