B.A. Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.
M.A. Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.
Ph.D. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.
Christina K. Lindeman joined the Visual Arts Department at the University of South Alabama in 2012. She specializes in the art and material culture of eighteenth-century Europe, but also teaches classes on Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque Art. She has been the recipient of numerous grants including a Stipendium Stiftung Weimarer Klassik und Kunstsammlungen, Samuel H. Kress Foundation Travel Fellowship, Samuel H. Kress Post-Doctoral Interpretive Fellowship, Francis Haskell Memorial Fund, USA College of Arts and Sciences Summer Professional Development Award, USA Small Grant Program in Support of Arts and Humanities, and the Mahan-Brandon Research Fund for Research in Gender Studies and Women’s History. Dr. Lindeman has conducted research in Germany, England, Scotland and Italy as well as presented her research at international and national conferences. Dr. Lindeman has published essays on eighteenth-century art and material culture with an emphasis on German-speaking regions. Her forthcoming book Representing Duchess Anna Amalia’s Bildung: A Visual Metamorphosis from Personal to Political in Eighteenth-Century Germany with Routledge Publishing is due spring 2017.
Representing Duchess Anna Amalia’s Bildung: A Visual Metamorphosis from Personal to Political in Eighteenth-Century Germany (Forthcoming Spring 2017)
“Gendered Souvenirs: Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein and Jacob Philipp Hackert’s Grand Tourist Vedute Fans” in Materializing Gender in Eighteenth-Century Europe eds. Heidi Strobel and Jennifer Germann, (Ashgate Publishing, 2015), 51-66.
“The Portrait as Text: Reading Visual Images in the Anna Amalia Bibliothek” in Word and Image in the Eighteenth Century eds. Christina Ionescu and Renate Schellenberg (Cambridge Scholars Press, LTD., 2008), 248-266.
“Tischbein’s Anna Amalia, Duchess of Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach: Friendship, Sociability, and Heimat in Eighteenth-Century Naples” SOURCE: Notes in the History of Art Vol. xxxiii No. 1 (2013): 25-30.
“Anna Dorothea Therbusch’s Self-Portrait and the Convergence of Seventeenth-Century Dutch Conventions” Notes in Early Modern Art Vol. 1/No. 2 (2014): 27-36.
“The Cultural Politics of Prints” The 2007-2008 Samuel H. Kress Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship Exhibition, October 30, 2008- February 22, 2009, University of Arizona Museum of Art Exhibition Pamphlet, Fall 2008.
ARH 123: Art History II
ARH 203 Survey of Non Western Art
ARH 312: Medieval Art and Architecture
ARH 322: Northern Renaissance Art
ARH 326: 16th Century Italian Art
ARH 322: Baroque Art and Architecture
ARH 335: 18th Century Art and Architecture
ARH390 (Special Topics) Art and Gender in the Eighteenth Century
MUM 201 Introduction to Museum Studies
Undergraduate Seminars Taught:
ARH492: Things and Stuff: Material Cultures in the Early Modern Period
ARH492: The Medieval Craftsperson