Colleen StockmannFaculty

Assistant Professor in Art and Art History

Dr. Stockmann teaches courses in art history and arts administration with an emphasis on interdiscplinary research and networked histories. Stockmann's research focuses on the history of artist processes and plant politics including eighteenth-century indigo production and nineteenth-century drawing and material culture. Stockmann's approach to art history is intersectional and focuses on enslavement in the Atlantic World and its tethers to visual culture and ways of making. 

Office Hours (Spring 2023): Weds 1:00-2:00pm on Meet - sign up for an appointment here

Note about email: I respond to emails most Fridays, please use Chat for important urgencies. If the ask of an email is beyond my scope or the answer is explained in a syllabus/Moodle, I may not reply. 

For more about projects and research: colleenstockmann.com

Education

Macalester College, BA in Studio Arts; University of Minnesota, PhD in Art History

Interests

gardening, birding, walking, and museums



Courses Taught

ART-103 (Critical Issues in Art), ART-224 (Visual Information), and ART-391 (IS: Archive Study)

Past
Synonym Title Times Taught Terms Taught
ART-102 Visual Culture Atlantic World 3 2023/SP, 2022/SP, and 2021/SP
ART-250 Gender and Art 3 2022/FA, 2021/FA, and 2020/FA
ART-103 Critical Issues in Art 2 2022/FA and 2022/SP
GWS-250 Gender and Art 2 2022/FA and 2021/FA
ART-362 Contemporary Art Sem. 2 2022/SP and 2021/SP
ART-101 Art History I 2 2021/FA and 2020/FA
ART-252 Us Race/Visual Culture 1 2023/SP
ART-262 Contemporary Art 1 2023/SP
ART-224 Visual Information 1 2021/FA
ART-244 ST:Critical Issues 1 2021/SP
ART-392 Art History: Theory and Methods 1 2020/FA