Worcester State University
Women's Studies

 

Catherine Wilcox-Titus, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Art

Department of Visual and Performing Arts


Office: L-130D

Phone: 508-929-8826

Email:  cwilcoxtitus@worcester.edu

Scholarship in Women’s Studies – Selected journal publications/ book chapters/ books etc.

“Neo-Baroque Spectacle and Gender in the work of Jenny Saville, John Currin, and Lisa Yuskavage,” in Baroque Tendencies in Contemporary Art, ed. Kelly Wacker, Cambridge Scholars Press, 2008, pp. 97-115. (Peer-reviewed).

“The Perils and Pleasures of Double Consciousness: Strategies of Impersonation in the Work of Emma Amos and Sherrie Levine,” Southeastern College Art Conference Review. XIV, no. 4 (fall 2005,): 333-345. (Peer-reviewed journal). 

Scholarship in Women’s Studies – Selected conference presentations

“It Always Floats: Cuteness as the Aesthetic Frame.” Talk delivered at the College Art Association Conference, Dallas, February 20th, 2008.

“Self, Subject, Spectacle: Recent Refusals of Selfhood in the Work of Douglas Gordon, Gillian Wearing, and Matthew Barney.” Talk delivered at the Southeastern College Art Annual Conference in Charleston, West Virginia, Oct. 17th, 2007.

“Neo-Baroque Spectacle and Gender in the work of Jenny Saville, John Currin, Lisa Yuskavage.” Talk delivered at the Southeastern College Art Conference, Nashville, Tenn., October 25th, 2006.

“The Perils and Pleasures of Double Consciousness.” Talk delivered at the Southeastern College Art Conference, Jacksonville, Florida, Oct. 15, 2004.

Selected talks on campus, in the consortium, local community, related to Women’s Studies

 

“Neo-Baroque Spectacle and Gender in the work of Jenny Saville, John Currin, Lisa Yuskavage.” Talk delivered at WSC campus, spring 2007.

 

It Always Floats: Cuteness as the Aesthetic Frame.” Talk delivered at Women’s Studies Mini Conference, spring 2008.

 
 
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