B.A., University of Toronto, M.S., Simmonds College, M.A., Ph.D., Boston University
Catherine Wilcox-Titus received her Ph.D. in art history from Boston University, where her research interests focused on the ways in which the introduction of race and gender has reformulated traditional self-portraiture. More recently she has investigated the ways contemporary photographers such as Cindy Sherman and Sherrie Levine have extended this category. She is currently researching spectacle as it has returned to painted representations of the female body and the various ways in which contemporary artists have registered the pervasive influence of cinema in our habits of spectatorship. Dr. Wilcox-Titus is Assistant Professor of Art History at Worcester State College in Massachusetts where she teaches a survey of world art, American art from the colonial period to the present, and art since 1950.