Dr Jordan Amirkhani
 
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Dr. Jordan Amirkhani's research and writing reflect her commitment to intersectional feminist critique and the contextualization of issues of gender, class, and race within the development of European and American art from the nineteenth century to the present. 

She is a regular contributor to Daily Serving, Artforum, and Burnaway, and serves as a Professorial Lecturer in Art History at American University in Washington, DC.

Suzanne Valadon (French, 1865-1938), Femmes au bain, 1893, Soft-Ground Etching, Collection of The National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC)

Suzanne Valadon (French, 1865-1938), Femmes au bain, 1893, Soft-Ground Etching, Collection of The National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC)

Paula Moderhson-Becker (German, 1876-1907) Landscape with Trees, c. 1902, Drypoint, Etching, and Roulette on Wove Paper, 3 7/8 x 5 1/2 inches, Collection of The National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC)

Paula Moderhson-Becker (German, 1876-1907) Landscape with Trees, c. 1902, Drypoint, Etching, and Roulette on Wove Paper, 3 7/8 x 5 1/2 inches, Collection of The National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC)


 

Upcoming Events

NEW ORLEANS: August 3-October 5, 2019
2019 Open Call Exhibition: Identity Measures
Guest Curator: Dr. Jordan Amirkhani 
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans 
900 Camp Street
Exhibition Information


 

CV

PhD in the History and Philosophy of Art, University of Kent

MA in the History of Art, George Washington University

BA in the History of Art and Dance Performance, Birmingham-Southern College

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