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Ana Pozzi-Harris

University of North Georgia
Lecturer, Art History
Dahlonega, GA
Dr. Pozzi-Harris has been teaching at the Department of Visual Arts, University of North Georgia since 2006. Every semester, her teaching duties include ART 2510: Introduction to Art History I, ART 2520: Introduction to Art History II, and one or two rotating upper-division courses (either ART 3550: Modern Art History, ART 3560: Contemporary Art History, ART 3570: Latin American and Latino Art, and ART 3580: Asian Art). She also teaches ART 1100: Art Appreciation, a course from the USG core curriculum. Since her involvement at UNG, she has created two new courses, organized a state-level undergraduate student conference, served in various department-level committees, acted as university gallery director, and participated in the Study Abroad program in La Serena, Chile. Her specialized field is twentieth-century Latin American art, and her publications include “Alternative Sources for Arturo,” published in The Latin Americanist (Southeastern Council of Latin American Studies Periodical), “Alfredo Hlito, Ritmos Cromáticos III (1949)”, and “Tomás Maldonado, Desarrollo de 14 Temas (1951-1952),” both published in in The Geometry of Hope: Latin American Art from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection. Her scholarly work has been oriented to the joint interpretation of the art and literature of Latin America.

My Speakers Sessions

Wednesday, April 8

5:00pm EDT