"I attempt as much as possible to devise courses that ask students to participate in discussions about works of art; to visit regional museums; to act out works of art physically, for example: stand as a figure stands in Polykleitos's Spearbearer; to search for information about works of art and then to connect disparate bits of information into a written whole; to collaborate with each other; to read challenging essays by some of the key scholars in the field; to consider the subjectivity inherent in historical pursuits; to debate significant issues within the discipline of art history; and to think for themselves. In these ways, my students not only learn about historical art, artists and their time periods, but also about the challenges and rewards of art historical research."
Alison MyersBusiness Administration, SHU@JCC
Kenneth Kelso, PhDAssistant Professor of Criminal Justice
William Wycoff '082008 Graduate, Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS)