Amy Hamlin

Associate Professor

651-690-6809

akhamlin@stkate.edu

Ph.D., Art History
New York University (Institute of Fine Arts), New York, New York, 2007

Master of Arts, Art History
Williams College (Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art), Williamstown, Massachusetts, 2000

Bachelor of Arts, Art History
Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1995

Historians of German and Eastern European Art (HGCEA). (2013).

Honorable Mention, Emerging Scholar Publication Prize for my article "The Conditions of Interpretation: A Reception History of The Synagogue by Max Beckmann," nonsite.org 7 (2012).

St. Catherine University. (2012). Recipient of 2011–2012 Faculty Teaching-Advising Award

St. Catherine University. (2012). Honorable Mention for the 2012 Denny Prize for Distinction in Writing

St. Catherine University. (2011). Extramural Associates Research Development Award through the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs

Collaborative Undergraduate Research Program at St. Catherine University (2015).

Faculty Development Grant for Internationalization (2014). (2,362.11)

APDC Travel Grant (2014).

Collaborative Undergraduate Research Program at St. Catherine University (2013).

ACDC Research and Scholarly Activities Grant (2012).

ACDC Travel Grant (2012).

Associate Professor of Art History, St. Catherine University, 2008–Present

Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History, Binghamton University, 2008

Instructor of Art History, Parsons New School for Design, 2006–2007

Instructor of Art History, Stern College for Women (Yeshiva University), 2007

Instructor of Art History, Pace University, 2006

Instructor of Art History, New York University, 2006

Edited Book

Hamlin, A. (2014). Figuring Redemption: Christianity and Modernity in Max Beckmann's Resurrections, Eugene, OR, Wipf and Stock

Journal Article

Hamlin, A. (2012). "'A Heuristic Event: Reconsidering the Johnsian Conversation." Journal of Art Historiography. (1-17)

Hamlin, A. & Leader, K. (2014). "Art History That! A Manifesto for the Future of a Discipline." Visual Resources: An International Journal of Documentation. (138-144)

Hamlin, A. (2012). "The Conditions of Interpretation: A Reception History of The Synagogue by Max Beckmann." nonsite.org. (7)

Book

Hamlin, A. Max Beckmann: Allegory and Art History

Other

Hamlin, A. Entries on "Abstract Art," "Degenerate Art," and "Paul Cézanne," Routledge

Compilation

Hamlin, A. "William H. Johnson's Expressionism: Reconsidering Jesus and the Three Marys"

Hamlin, A. (2015). "An (In)Ability to Mourn: Kara Walker's Allegory of History." Florida Atlantic University, Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters - Public Lecture

Hamlin, A. & Leader, K. (2015). "What Have You Done for Art History Lately?: Initiatives for the Future of Art History (session title)." 103rd Annual College Art Association (CAA) conference in NYC

Hamlin, A. & Leader, K. (2014). "What Has Feminism Done for Art History Lately?: History, Activism, and Initiatives for the Future." 5th Annual Feminist Art History Conference

Hamlin, A. & Leader, K. (2014). "What Have You Done for Art History Lately?: Keywords for the Future of a Discipline." Art History: Adaptation, Knowledge, Society

Hamlin, A. (2014). "’Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?’ Redux: The Current Case of Kara Walker’s A Subtlety." Guest Speaker at Women's Art Institute

Hamlin, A. (02014). "Beckmann-Golub-Spiegelman-Benjamin." 40th Annual Association of Art Historians (AAH) Conference in London

Hamlin, A. (2014). "Max Beckmann’s Blind Man’s Buff: Allegory and History." Invited Speaker at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (annual Pauline Lambert and Merritt Nequette Lecture)

Hamlin, A. & Kolnick, H. (2013). "The Art and Life of William H. Johnson (1901–1970): Race and Religion, Painting and Portraiture." SCU Scholar's Circle

Hamlin, A. (2013). "Iconography and Iconology: Interpreting The Synagogue by Max Beckmann." 2013 Goodman Lecture Series

Hamlin, A. & Filer, D. (2012). "Visual Literacy and Perceptual Intelligence: Educational Strategies to Enhance Observational and Communication Skills in Nursing and Art History Students." Nursing Week - Fairview Healthcare

Hamlin, A. (2012). "Extramural Associates Research Development Award ORSP Pilot Research Study (2011): Promoting Publication and Grant Submission through Institutional Support." Scholar's Circle and Presentation to SCU Deans

Hamlin, A. & Filer, D. (2012). "Visual Literacy and Perceptual Intelligence: Educational Strategies to Enhance Observational and Communication Skills in Nursing and Art History Students." SCU Scholar's Circle

Hamlin, A. (2012). "Feminist Art History: History and Practice." St. Catherine University Women's Center - Bag Lunch Discussion

Hamlin, A. (2011). "Graffiti Art, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and the Ambivalence of Expressionism." Guest Speaker at Macalester College

Hamlin, A. (2011). "The Male Gaze in History, Theory, and Practice." Guest Speaker at Women's Art Institute