Deborah Saleeby-Mulligan, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Art History
Brownson Hall, Room 214
Monday 12:10-1:30PM; Wednesday 11:00AM-1:00PM
Deborah Saleeby-Mulligan, assistant professor of art history, holds a Ph.D. from The Graduate Center of CUNY, where she had a double specialty in contemporary art and the native arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas. She is an expert on contemporary Irish political art. Prof. Saleeby-Mulligan’s book, Painting the Irish Conflict, is the only full-length study of the most celebrated and successful Irish mural artist, Gerard “Mo chara” Kelly. In addition, she has also published on contemporary American and Korean art. Prof. Saleeby-Mulligan has taught art history since 2001, and was a visiting professor in the Department of Art History from 2011-2013. Before teaching at Manhattanville College, Prof. Saleeby-Mulligan was an assistant archivist at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the Department of The Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas between 1996 and 2001. She is a member of the College Art Association and the Print Club of New York, and works as a freelance art collector’s advisor in New York City. Prof. Saleeby-Mulligan is currently director of the College’s Museum Studies Program. She teaches a wide variety of art history courses at Manhattanville, including courses focusing on non-Western art, contemporary art, and museum studies.