Marissa Vigneault

Marissa Vigneault

Marissa Vigneault

Assistant Professor of Practice (Modern & Contemporary Art)
Area of Focus: Art History
PhD History of Art, Bryn Mawr College
MA Art History, American University
BA Art, Hood College (Maryland)

Research Interests
  • Feminist Art, 1960s to present
  • Body and Text in Contemporary Art
  • Psychoanalytic Theory

Teaching Areas

  • Modern European and American Art; Contemporary Global Art

Selected Publications and Presentations

  • “Are You Qualified?,” Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal (special issue: What is the Woman Artist Today?) v. 41 n. 8 (November 2012): 891-903.
  • “The Porous Space of Bracha L. Ettinger’s Eurydices” in Contemporary Art and Classical Myth, ed. Jennie Hirsh and Isabelle D. Wallace (London: Ashgate Publishing, 2011): 111-33.
  • Shocking Collisions: The Artistic Strategy of Shock Across Historical Distance, Co-Chair of Session (with Carrie Robbins, Bryn Mawr College), SECAC, Durham, NC, October 17-20, 2012.
  • Hannah Wilke’s Performative Text. SECAC, Savannah, GA, November 2011. Session: More Than Skin Deep: Body and Text in Feminist Art, moderated by Kathleen Wentrack.
  • Re: Post (Feminism). Presented at the Brooklyn Museum of Art Feminism Now Symposium, Brooklyn, NY, March 2009.
  • The Porous Space of Bracha Ettinger’s Eurydices (1999-2001). Presented at the Philadelphia Museum of Art Graduate Student Symposium, Philadelphia, PA, April 2008.
  • Building a New America: William Gropper’s Construction of a Dam. Invited talk; Presented at The Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C., February 2008.
“The Porous Space of Bracha L. Ettinger’s Eurydices” in Contemporary Art and Classical Myth, ed. Jennie Hirsh and Isabelle D. Wallace (London: Ashgate Publishing, 2011).
“The Porous Space of Bracha L. Ettinger’s Eurydices” in Contemporary Art and Classical Myth, ed. Jennie Hirsh and Isabelle D. Wallace (London: Ashgate Publishing, 2011).