Julia Bryan-Wilson

Julia Bryan-Wilson

Doris and Clarence Malo Professor
Dept of History of Art
(510) 642-4523
Research Expertise and Interest
contemporary art, feminist theory, queer theory, textiles
Research Description

Professor Julia Bryan-Wilson teaches modern and contemporary art, with a focus on art in the US, Europe, and Latin America. She studies theories of artistic labor, feminist and queer theory, performance/dance, textile histories, photography, video, visual culture of the nuclear age, artistic activism, and collaborative practices. She is also an active critic and curator.  

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April 17, 2019
Five Berkeley professors have won John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation fellowships this year. The honor recognizes highly accomplished scholars who show exceptional promise in the creative arts and humanities. The Berkeley honorees are associate history professor Brian DeLay for U.S. history; history professor James Vernon for European and Latin American history; art history professor Julia Bryan-Wilson for fine arts research; English and journalism professor Mark Danner for general nonfiction; and literature, rhetoric and classics professor James Porter for classics. For more on this, see our story at Berkeley News. Another story on this topic appeared in Art & Education.