Associate Professor of Art History, Edith M. Kelso Professor of Art History
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Inglot is an expert in modern and contemporary Art. She has received numerous national grants and awards, including Fulbright Fellowship, American Council of Learned Societies, International Exchanges Commission Grant (IREX), and the National Endowment of the Humanities. She writes and lectures extensively on the subject of contemporary art in Europe and the United States. Her book The Figurative Sculpture of Magdalena Abakanowicz: Bodies, Environments, and Myths, (University of California Press, 2004) examines the work of this pioneering fiber artist and sculptor in the context of a dynamic cultural and sociopolitical scene that developed under Communism in Poland and in the international context. Her second book, WARM: Feminist Art Movement in Minnesota, 1970s-1990s (University of Minnesota Press, 2007), which appeared in conjunction with an exhibit on the subject that she curated at the Weisman Art Museum in Minneapolis, analyzes the Women's Art Registry of Minnesota (WARM) as a leading feminist art collective in the United States and is the first scholarly attempt to situate WARM in a larger feminist context. Inglot teaches courses in the area of modern and contemporary art.
PhD: University of Wisconsin