Art History Faculty

Anne Englot

Faculty member, Anne Englot

Anne joined Rutgers University – Newark in 2014 as Professor of Practice in Architecture & Humanities in the Arts, Culture & Media Department and affiliate faculty member of the graduate program in American Studies. She teaches courses on architectural design, theory, history, queer theory, space and place, and she was instrumental in shaping key university—community initiatives including Express Newark: University Community Collaboratory in the former Hahne & Company department store, where she chaired the operations committee 2014 – 2017 and served as inaugural co-director from 2017 – 2020.

Prior to Rutgers, she was a Professor of Architectural Studies & Design at Morrisville State College earning the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching; and a visiting professor in the Syracuse University School of Architecture during Fall 2013.

She has an Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in the Humanities and a Master of Architecture from Syracuse University, a BA in French language and literature and Studio Art – Painting, from Binghamton University.

Selected Publications:

Queer Space in Early America: The Architecture and Planning of the Universal Friends, forthcoming.

“Situating Jerusalem: Poiesis and Techne in the American Urbanism of Jemima Wilkinson and Thomas Jefferson,” in Modern Architecture and Religious Communities: Building the Kingdom, edited by Ayla Lepine and Kate Jordan, London, Routledge, 2018.

“It’s Not About “Us”: Express Newark Prioritizing the Public Good”, with Victor L. Davson, Chantal  Fischzang, Tamara Fleming, and Nick Kline, Metropolitan Universities, Vol 29 No 2 (2018): The Urban Advantage: The 2017 CUMU Annual Conference Issue (Denver, Colorado)

“No, Newark is not the next Brooklyn,” Blogpost on the Preservation and Rightsizing Network Legacy Cities and Historic Places, June 21, 2017 <>

“I See You”, Mirror Mirror, exhibition catalogue, with Victor L. Davson, Paul Robeson Galleries in Express Newark: a University – Community Collaboratory, Newark, New Jersey, 23 January – 20 December 2018.

“Introduction”, Records @ Play: The Institute of Jazz Studies at 50, Exhibition Catalogue, with Victor L. Davson, Paul Robeson Galleries in Express Newark: a University – Community Arts Collaboratory, Newark, New Jersey, 2017.

“Effective Use of Technology for Campus-Based Instruction” with Ken A. Smith, in University Teaching, edited by Dr. Leo Lambert, President, Elon College, Syracuse; Syracuse University Press, 1995.

“Morrisville State College Unplugged” With Dr. Raymond Cross, President Morrisville State College.

Jessica Decerce, and Jean Boland, In Teaching with Technology, Edited By David A. Brown, Wake Forest University, Anker Publishing Company, 2002

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Alexandra Chang

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[ Art History ]Professor Sandrine Collard.

Sandrine Colard

Sandrine Colard is Assistant Professor of African Art History. She holds a Ph.D. in art history from Columbia University, and a…

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Alex Dika Seggerman

Alex Dika Seggerman is Associate Professor of Islamic Art History. Prior to joining the Rutgers-Newark faculty in 2018, she held postdoctoral…

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[ Art History ]Professor Paul Sternberger who is an Art Historian.

Paul Sternberger

Professor Paul Sternberger received his Ph.D. in Art History from Columbia University and joined the faculty of the Department of…

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