Loyola University Maryland

Department of Visual & Performing Arts

Art History Faculty

Faculty
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Kerry Boeye, Ph.D.
Art History Program Director
Associate Professor of Art History

Ph.D., University of Chicago
Office: College Center W029
kpboeye@loyola.edu

Teaching Areas: Western Art, Medieval Art, Islamic Art, African American Art, and Museum Studies
Research Interests: Gothic manuscript illumination, gender, representations of royal and bureaucratic power

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Barnaby Nygren, Ph.D.
Visual and Performing Arts Department Chair
Associate Professor of Art History

Ph.D., Harvard University; M.A., Courtauld Institute of Art
Office: College Center W033
brnygren@loyola.edu

Teaching Areas: Italian and Northern Renaissance Art, Michelangelo, Colonial Latin America, History of Prints, History of Posters
Research Interests: Michelangelo, Early Colonial Latin America Art, Scientific Perspective

Other Faculty
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Dan Schlapbach
Professor of Photography
MFA, Indiana University
Office: College Center W213
dschlapbach@loyola.edu

Dan Schlapbach’s work has been exhibited locally and nationally. Mr. Schlapbach’s research interests include the history of photography, alternative photographic processes such as stereo photography and wet-plate collodion, and digital imaging. He received an Individual Artist Award from the Maryland State Arts Council in 2008 and 2011.

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Martha C. Taylor, Ph.D.
Classics Department Chair
Professor of Classics

Ph.D., Stanford University
Office: Humanities 321B
mtaylor@loyola.edu

Teaching Areas: Greek and Roman Art and Architecture
Research Interests: Athenian History, Thucydides




Dan Schlapbach, MFA
Faculty

Dan Schlapbach, MFA

Dan Schlapbach, MFA, sees photography as a vehicle for student expression and intellectual discovery

Fine Arts
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Academic Opportunities

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Student troupes explore the world of theater, and gain production experience, and bring classic and contemporary works to life on Loyola's stage.