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Alla Myzelev

Assistant Professor
Brodie Hall 229
585-245-5841
myzelev@geneseo.edu
Portrait of Alla Myzelev

Classes

  • ARTH 173: F/His West Art:Neoclassic-Cont

    A survey of the history of architecture, painting, and sculpture within the Western tradition from the later eighteenth century to the present and an introduction to the process of art historical analysis. Offered once per year

  • ARTH 250: F/Contemp Art & Globalization

    Spanning most of the twentieth century and the early part of the twenty first we will examine cultural and transcultural exchanges that played pivotal role in formation of modern and contemporary art. We will use various methodologies including post-colonial and feminist to understand how the mechanism of power and colonialism had influenced production and consumption of art. We will concentrate on the most recent processes brought to the forefront by globalization such as international Biennale especially those taking place in Asia, proliferation of the contemporary art museums, and influence of globalization on the art market. Credits: 3(3-0)

  • ARTH 310: Gender and Art

    This course will look at gender as a process of creation of images and image making in the history of western art from antiquity to the present, emphasizing modern and contemporary art. The course will examine the works and lives of artists from a gender and/or transgender perspective and the social conditions that have affected the definition and manifestation of gender and its role in creativity and in the careers of individual artists. In addition, the course will explore the challenges that the gender issues have posed to subject matter and content for works of western art. In so doing, the methodologies of art history will be employed. Prerequisites: ARTH 171 or ARTH 172 or ARTH 173. Offered not on a regular basis, every two years.

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • Ph.D. Queens University, Kingston

  • M.A. York University

  • B.A. Hebrew University, Jerusalem