Professor Emerita, History of Art
former Oversight Committee member
Professor Groseclose is the author of books and articles on American art and literature, most recently Internationalizing the History of American Art: Views, co-editor and author (with Jochen Wierich), Penn State University Press, 2009; Nineteenth Century American Art, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000; and British Sculpture and the Company Raj: Church Monuments and Public Statuary in Madras, Bombay, and Calcutta, Newark and London: Associated University Press, 1995. In addition to serving as guest curator for exhibitions at the University Art Museum of UC-Berkeley, the National Museum of American Art, and the Smithsonian Institution Travelling Exhibition Service, Professor Groseclose has lectured on American art throughout the United States and Europe, and was a guest speaker for the USIA in India. Dr. Groseclose's fellowships and awards include Visiting American Studies Professor, Russian State University in the Humanities, Moscow (2008); Visiting Research Fellow, Rothermere American Institute, Oxford University (2007); Fulbright Distinguished Chair of History and Civilization, EUI, Florence, Italy (2001); and Walt Whitman Chair of American Studies, Rijksuniversitat Utrecht, Netherlands (1994).