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Gillian Greenhill Hannum
Professor, Art History
Brownson Hall, Room 214
Mondy & Thursday 11:00AM-12:30PM; Wednesday afternoon by appt.
1 (914) 323-5456
Gillian Greenhill Hannum, professor of art history, has been a member of Manhattanville’s faculty since 1987. A photohistorian with M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from The Pennsylvania State University, she is a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain and has published on photographic topics in publications such as the Journal of the Royal Photographic Society, History of Photography and Nineteenth Century. Her research interests include women photographers and pictorialists, with a focus on the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries. In addition, she is an active collector of fine art prints, and serves as vice president of The Print Club of New York Inc. and edits its quarterly newsletter. She teaches a range of courses in photographic history, American art, 19th century art and 20th century art. She has also led more than a dozen spring break study tours to Venice, Italy.
“Frances Benjamin Johnston: Promoting Women Photographers in The Ladies' Home Journal"
"Dream Children: The Photographically Illustrated Books of Elizabeth B. Brownell"
"ePortfolio as a Catalyst for Change in Teaching: An Autoethnographic Examination of Transformation"
"Philadelphia's Forgotten Plein-Air Portraitist: Mathilde Weil"
Fellow, Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain (1991) Alumni Achievement Award, College of Arts and Architecture, The Pennsylvania State University (1992) Teaching Excellence Award, Independent College Fund of New York Inc. (1996) Connect to Learning ePortfolio Development Grant, LaGuardia Community College/FIPSE (2010-14)