Animating the Antique


Animating the Antique: Sculptural Encounter in the Age of Aesthetic Theory, Penn State University Press, 2021


Betzer Ingres and the Studio





Ingres and the Studio: Women, Painting, History, Penn State University Press, 2012



Selected articles, reviews, and exhibition catalogue essays:

         Patch Walpole Queer Complicity "Patch, Walpole, and Queer Complicity," Art History, 43:5 (November 2020): 1038–1064.




Canova plaster "Canova, 1816: Marble, Plaster, Surface" Sculpture Journal 29:1 (Winter 2020): 315-330. Special Issue on Plaster, edited by Eckart Marchand (Warburg Institute, London).




Review of Patricia Lee Rubin, Seen from Behind: Perspectives on the Male Body and Renaissance Art (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2018) commissioned by Burlington Magazine 1398:161 (September 2019): 783-5.

            "Artist as Lover: Rereading Ingres's Raphael and the Fornarina," Oxford Art Journal 38:3 (December 2015): 313341.

            "Ingres's Shadows," The Art Bulletin 95:1 (March 2013): 78101.

             "Inhabiting the Modern: Charmy, Gender, and Genre," in Matthew Affron, ed. Émilie Charmy (1878 1974) (University of Virginia Art Museum and Penn State University Press, 2013), 39-57.

            "Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?" [Review of Margaret Iversen    and Stephen Melville, Writing Art History. Disciplinary Departures (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010)] Art Journal (September 2013): 88-92.

            "Marie d'Agoult: ingriste critique d'art," in Plumes et Pinceaux: Discours de femmes sur l'art en Europe (1750-1850) edited by Mechthild Fend, Melissa Hyde and Anne Lafont (Dijon: Les Presses du Réel, 2012), 101–28.

"Archaeology Meets Fantasy: Chassériau’s Pompeii in Nineteenth-Century Paris," in Ruins and Reconstructions: Pompeii in the Popular Imagination, edited by S.J. Hales and Joanna Paul (Oxford and London: Oxford University Press, 2011), 118–35.

            "Afterimage of the Eruption: An Archaeology of Chassériau's Tepidarium (1853)," Art History, 33:3 (June 2010): 466–89.