Assistant Professor of Art HistoryOffice Location: 130 KochelPhone: (814) 898 6078Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ProfileBiography Dr. Matthew L. Levy (Ph.D. in Art History from New York University) Dr. Levy specializes in modern and contemporary art, with a particular focus on American art of the 1960s. His writing has appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, as well as in exhibition catalogues for the National Gallery of Canada, New Museum, and Museum Wiesbaden. He has held a fellowship at the New Museum, as well as the Henry Luce Foundation/ACLS Dissertation Fellowship in American Art. Prior to joining the Behrend faculty, Dr. Levy held a variety of art gallery and museum positions and is excited about incorporating these professional experiences into his work in the classroom. Teaching Courses Taught ARTH 112: Renaissance to Modern Art ARTH 325: Impressionism to Surrealism ARTH 326: Art Since 1940 ARTSA 301: Introduction to Arts Administration Publications “David Novros’s Painted Places.” In David Novros. Ed. Jörg Daur. Exh cat. Wiesbaden: Museum Wiesbaden; Kleve: Museum Kurhaus Kleve, 2014. "Of Mice and Ghosts.” The Brooklyn Rail. February 2014. “Ad Reinhardt, Sixties Painter.” The Brooklyn Rail. December 2013. “White Knuckle Psychedelia: Thrills of the Mind in Carsten Höller’s Amusement Park.” In One, Some, Many: 3 Shows by Carsten Höller. Ed. Jonathan Shaughnessy. Exh. cat. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 2007.