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Marquardt, Virginia C. Hagelstein

MARQUARDT, Virginia C. Hagelstein

MARQUARDT, Virginia C. Hagelstein. American, b. 1945. Genres: Art/ Art history. Career: University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, instructor in art history, 1969-71; University of Denver, Denver, CO, lecturer in art history, 1971-74; University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, instructor in art history, 1974-75; Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, visiting instructor, 1981-83, visiting assistant professor of art history, 1984-85; Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY, assistant professor, 1985-88, associate professor, 1989-98, professor of art history, 1998-, coordinator of art history and core fine arts programs, 1989-95. Metropolitan State College, Denver, instructor, 1971 and 1973; University of Colorado, Boulder, instructor, 1973 and 1975; University of Colorado at Denver, instructor, 1973 and 1974; University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, instructor, 1974; Colorado Women's College, instructor, 1974; Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY, adjunct instructor, 1983-85; Bernard M. Baruch College of the City University of New York, adjunct assistant professor, 1984-85. Publications: EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: The Avant-Garde Frontier: Russia Meets the West, 1910-1930, 1992; Survivor from a Dead Age: The Memoirs of Louis Lozowick, 1997; Art and Journals on the Political Front, 1910-1940, 1997. Contributor of articles and reviews to professional journals. Address: Department of Art and Art History, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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