Dr. Annette Stott is Professor of Art History and a member of the Gender and Women's Studies faculty at the University of Denver, as well as the Director of the DU/Iliff Joint Doctoral Program in the Study of Religion (JDP). She is also the Pre-Art Conservation advisor. She teaches courses in American art and religion. Her current research concerns Christian grave markers in American cemeteries and the ways in which they convey ideas about life and death.
B.A., French & Art History, summa cum laude, Concordia College, Moorhead MN
M.A., Art History, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ph.D., Art History, Boston University
Director, DU/Iliff Joint PhD in the Study of Religion, 2017-
Assistant Faculty Director, DU/Iliff Joint PhD in the Study of Religion, 2014-2017
Professor, University of Denver
Director, School of Art & Art History, University of Denver, 1999-2005 & 2006-2009
Associate Professor, University of Denver
Assistant Professor, Winthrop University
Mellon Faculty Fellow in the Humanities, Harvard University
Assistant Professor (sabbatical replacement), University of Maine at Orono
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