Gutman, Judith Mara

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GUTMAN, Judith Mara

GUTMAN, Judith Mara. American, b. 1928. Genres: Art/Art history, Intellectual history, Photography, Biography. Career: Freelance writer, lectr., and reviewer. Contributor to the International Herald Tribune, 1983-85, Connoisseur, NY Times, Vanity Fair, Washington Post. Former Lecturer, Hunter College, NYC; Director, Montefiore Nursery School, NYC; Instructor, University of Wisconsin, Madison; "Through Indian Eyes," international traveling exhibition, curator, 1982-86; New School for Social Research, NYC, adjunct professor, 1990-95, 1999-; New York University, adjunct professor, 1996; Parsons-New School, adjunct professor, 1999. Publications: The Colonial Venture, 1966; Lewis W. Hine and the American Social Conscience, 1967; (with E. Rozwenc) The Making of American Society, 1972; Is America Used Up?, 1973; Lewis W. Hine: Two Perspectives, 1974; Buying, 1975; Ethnic Heritage: Immigration, Migration and the Growth of Cities (film strip series), 1975; Through Indian Eyes, 1982; Alfred Stieglitz, Passion and Power, forthcoming. Contributor to periodicals. Address: 15 W 72nd St 25F, New York, NY 10023, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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