Visiting Faculty

Virtual Office Hours:

We encourage all students to reach out to faculty with any questions about meeting in-person or on Zoom. HIAA faculty and TAs will strive to support each of you based on your individual needs and schedules. Virtual meeting times can be set up by emailing faculty and TAs. Please scroll down to get more information on how to set up a meeting with your instructor.

  • Dean's Faculty Fellow

    Fall '22 Office Hours TBD

    Laura Chilson-Parks is a Dean’s Faculty Fellow in the Department of History of Art and Architecture. Her research reconstructs the appearance and function of the oratories — small chapels for individual or small group meditation —  built by Philip the Bold and Margaret of Flanders, the duke and duchess of Burgundy.

  • Visiting Lecturer

    Fall '22 Office Hours TBD

    Sara received her doctoral degree in the history of architecture at Brown University. Her research focuses on architecture and politics in post-World War 2 Germany. Her current book project investigates theories of architecture and urban design that remained unpublished under the East German government.

  • Visiting Lecturer, Cogut Postdoctoral Fellow, Spring 2023

    Eric Johnson is a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of History of Art and Architecture. He is also affiliated with the Cogut Institute for the Humanities and the Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative. He earned his Ph.D. in Anthropology from Harvard University in 2021. His research combines archaeological, architectural, and historical methods to examine intersecting effects of colonialism and capitalism in North America, specifically northern New Jersey.

  • Visiting Lecturer

    Fall '22 Office Hours TBD

    Breton Langendorfer is a scholar of the pre-Islamic Middle East, specializing in the art and visual culture of ancient Iraq, Iran, and Central Asia.

  • Visiting Lecturer

    271 Thayer, Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:40-11:40 am by appointment only

    Research and Professional Interests: Adaptive Reuse, Cultural Preservation, Materials for Design, Drawing (in) Place

  • Visiting Lecturer

    List 415, Tuesdays, 2:00-3:00 pm

    Suzanne Scanlan specializes in the art and architecture of the Early Modern period and her research centers on women as artists, patrons and collectors from the Renaissance through the 20th century.  She is the author of Divine and Demonic Imagery at Tor de’Specchi, 1400–1500: Religious Women and Art in Fifteenth-Century Rome (Amsterdam University Press, 2018).