UMass Dartmouth faculty Thomas Stubblefield
THOMAS STUBBLEFIELD: Biography
Thomas Stubblefield joined the Art History department in the Fall of 2010. Prior to that, he earned aPh.D. in Visual Studies from the University of California-Irvine and a Masters in Art History from the University of Illinois-Chicago. He has taught courses in Art History and Film Studies at Laguna College of Art and Design, FIDM, El Camino College, Columbia College Chicago, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Chicago State University, Facets Film School and the University of California-Irvine. In 2014, he received the Josef Breitenbach Research Fellowship through the University of Arizona’s Center for Creative Photography.
Professor Stubblefield's research interests include: the visual culture of disaster, memory, digital-analog discourses, Postmodern aesthetics, theory of photography, film studies, psychoanalysis, critical theory (the Frankfurt school, Post-Structuralism) and the portrait after WWII.
- ARH 105: Visual Imagery: A Critical Introduction
- ARH 125: Renaissance to Modern Art and Its Antecedents
- ARH 150: Modern and Contemporary Art
- ARH 329: Portraiture
- ARH 390 (Special Topics): Cultural Memory and the Image, The Visual Culture of Disaster, Censorship and 20th century Visual Culture, and Postmodernism.
- ARH 445: Theory of Photography