• Jonathan Kline

      Dr. Jonathan Kline, who holds a BA in Art History from Temple, an MA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a PhD from Temple, was a long-time Assistant Professor of Instruction in the Art History department, where he was an award-winning Undergraduate Advisor. His research interests are in Renaissance painting.  Beginning in Fall 2019, he has accepted a tenure-track Assistant Professorship at Bryn Athyn College, where he will be the only Art Historian and Arts Department Chair. 

  • Travis Kniffen

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    • Travis Kniffen (BA, 2013) entered Boston University in the fall of 2015 to complete a Master's degree in American Art and Architecture.

  • Cheryl Krause Knight

      Dr. Cheryl Krause Knight (PhD, 2000) is Professor of Art History at Emerson College in Boston. Knight has authored Public Art: Theory, Practice and Populism (2008, Blackwell Publishing); two exhibition catalogues, An Independent Spirit: The Art and Life of R.A.D. Miller (2009), and Louis Bosa: A Keen Eye and a Kind Heart (2005; both James A. Michener Museum of Art), Power and Paradise in Walt Disney's World (2014, University Press of Florida) and is co-editing The Blackwell Companion to Public Art (Wiley-Blackwell, 2016). She has published articles in Analecta Husserliana: The Yearbook of Phenomenological Research, the Journal of American and Comparative Cultures, Visual Resources, and American Art Review. She has contributed essays to the anthologies: The Artist as Curator (2013, Intellect); Blaze: Discourse on Art, Women and Feminism (2007, Cambridge Scholars Publishing); and Reclaiming the Spiritual in Art: Contemporary Cross-Cultural Perspectives (1999, SUNY Press). She is currently co-editing the anthology Museums and Public Art? (Cambridge Scholars Publishing). Dr. Knight is the co-founder of Public Art Dialogue, an international professional organization devoted to providing an interdisciplinary critical forum for the field. She also co-founded and co-edits the journal, Public Art Dialogue, published by Routledge/Taylor & Francis. Dr. Knight has been twice awarded the Gemmill Research Fellowship at the Michener Museum in Doylestown, PA and was Emerson College's 2006-2007 recipient of the Mann Stearns Distinguished Faculty Award. 

  • Whitney Kruckenberg

      Whitney Kruckenberg (PhD, 2014) is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Northern Virginia Community College in Springfield, Virginia.

  • Brian Kunkel

      Brian Kunkel (PhD, 2017) teaches at Hunter College in New York.

  • Laura Labriola

      Laura Labriola (MA, 1998) is a web producer for in Concord, Massachusetts.

  • Alison Leedy

      Alison Leedy (MA, 2011) is an Assistant Professor of Art History at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in Denver, Colorado. Previously, she was an adjunct instructor at Delaware College of Art and Design. Her area of focus is late 20th-century photography. 

  • Erin Moran Lehman

      Erin Moran Lehman (PhD, 2014) has been appointed Lecturer and Director of the Towson University Art Galleries in Towson, Maryland starting August, 2015.

  • Norman Levinson, Honorary Art History Alumnus

    • Website:Video of Norm talking about his own work
    • May 28, 1931 - January 15, 2016

      Norman Levinson was a passionate lover of art and art history. At the Tyler School of Art and Architecture, we remember him well for the eighty-four art history classes he took (yes, classes, not credits, and he had signed up for an eighty-fifth course this spring semester!). All of the faculty and numerous students enjoyed his enthusiasm, collegiality and knowledge. He exemplified what it means to live a life of the mind; our community is richer for his involvement in it, and he will be missed.

      Norm graduated from the University of the Arts (then Philadelphia College of Art) with a major in illustration, and leaves behind a substantial body of his own professional work - paintings, pastel drawings, and photography. He exhibited in various galleries around the city, including the Swan Gallery, The Chestnut Hill Gallery, The Carol Schwartz Gallery, and the Greater Norristown Art League.


  • Joseph Liberatore

      Joseph Liberatore (BA, 2014) was accepted into four graduate programs in Higher Education and Student Affairs: NYU, Columbia, Boston College, and Boston University. He attended Columbia in the fall of 2015 to pursue an MA in Higher and Post-Secondary Education.


  • Gary Liu

      Gary Liu (BA, 2005) earned a Master's Degree in Art History at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa, where he now teaches.

  • Peter M. Lukehart

      Peter M. Lukehart (MA, 1980) is Associate Dean at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art (2001-present). He was educated at Eckerd College (BA, 1977) majoring in French literature. He received an MA, in art history, in 1980 from Temple University, and a PhD, also in art history, from The Johns Hopkins University in 1988. He taught at George Mason University from 1988-1990, and then served as Mellon assistant curator of Southern Baroque Painting at the National Gallery of Art from 1990-1992.  From 1992 until 2001, he held a joint appointment at Dickinson College where he was director of the college’s museum, The Trout Gallery, and also assistant (1992-2000) and then associate (2000-2001) professor of art history. In 2000, Lukehart organized the exhibition and related website Writing on Hands: Memory and Knowledge in Early Modern Europe, which won the Dibner Award in the History of Science. He has a longstanding interest in the education and incorporation of artists in the early modern period. His publications on this subject include contributions to the exhibition  catalogue Taddeo and Federico Zuccaro: Artist-Brothers in Renaissance Rome (J. Paul Getty Musuem, 2007) and to The Artist’s Workshop, published under his editorship in the Studies in the History of Art series at the National Gallery of Art (1993). He also served as editor of the Accademia Seminars (2009), for which he wrote the introduction and an essay “Visions and Divisions in the Early History of the Accademia di San Luca.”  He is project director for an online research database entitled “The History of the Accademia di San Luca, c. 1590-1635: Documents from the Archivio di Stato di Roma” 

  • Regina (Reggie) Lynch

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    • Regina (Reggie) Lynch (MA, 2012) is Curator of Education Fellow at the Biggs Museum of American Art in Dover, Delaware.

  • Rosie May

      Dr. Rosie May (PhD, 2011) is Associate Director of Public Programs and Interpretive Practices at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.

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