Kate Mondloch


I teach a range of courses in contemporary art history, criticism, and theory, with a special focus on how these fields intersect with new technologies. My teaching interests include post-1960s art, digital culture, new media, feminism, critical theory, and the digital humanities.  I am especially interested in pedagogical approaches that incorporate new technologies and in research methods that bridge the sciences and humanities. I was awarded the Coleman-Guitteau Teaching Professorship in the Humanities in 2013 in conjunction with my course on “Global Currents in Contemporary Art and the Venice Biennale.”

We are currently accepting PhD student applications for Fall 2021. The Department of the History of Art and Architecture now offers fully-funded PhD fellowships for competitive candidates.

Courses Taught