UMass Dartmouth faculty Memory Holloway
MEMORY HOLLOWAY: Biography
Dr. Memory Holloway is a Professor in Art History. She received her BA from University of Redlands and her MA and PhD from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London University. She holds a Certificate in Appraisal Studies from New York University.
Dr. Holloway has received numerous awards including, Chancellor's Colloquium: "Home Away from Home: Women, Slaves and Domestic Life; 19th Century Brazil." (On illustrations by Thomas Ender, Johann Moritz Rugendas and Jean Baptiste Debret.); National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Fellowship, University of Virginia; President's Public Service Award. University of Massachusetts; Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities for Clemente program and for feeding programs in the community of New Bedford, Fellow Civic Engagement. University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; National Endowment for the Humanities. Summer Seminar, 2009. Celestina and the Threshold of Modernity. University of Virginia.
- Baroque Art in Flanders, Holland, and Spain
- Methods and Theories of Art History
- Experiential Learning
- Art History of Sicily
- Art History of Rome
- Art of Portugal
- Women, Film and Popular Culture
- Issues in 20th Century Art
- On Creativity
- Sustainability Studies
- Visual Culture: Renaissance to Modern