Anna V. Andrzejewski

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Professor, Director of Graduate Studies

Phone: 608.262.9183

Email: avandrzejews@wisc.edu

Office Number: 210 Elvehjem

Director of Graduate Studies

Director Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures Program

Office Hours:
Thursdays, 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:

      Buildings & Landscapes 23.2 (Fall 2016). Co-edited by Anna Andrzejewski and Cynthia Falk.

       

      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. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2008.

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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).