:: CHAIR: Roberts, Jennifer L
Carrie Lambert-Beatty is Assistant Professor of Visual and Environmental Studies and of the History of Art and Architecture. Her research focuses on art since 1960, especially performance and video. She received her PhD from Stanford University in 2002, and has been a fellow at the Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program and the Getty Research Institute. Her writing on performance art, postmodern dance, and minimalism has been published in exhibition catalogs and in journals such as Trans, Art Journal, and October magazine, of which she has been an editor since 2008. Her book Being Watched: Yvonne Rainer and the 1960s (MIT Press, 2008) was the 2008 winner of the de la Torre prize for scholarship on dance. Lambert-Beatty is working on a new project on recent intersections of art and activism, parts of which have been published in the journal Signs (Winter 2008) and October (Summer 2009). She is a 2010-11 Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.
Professor Lambert-Beatty is serving, and/or has served, on the following American Civilization dissertation committee(s):
“Memory Work: Anne Truitt and Sculpture in the 1960s” (Miguel deBaca)
Contact information: Department of Visual and Environmental Studies: Carrie Lambert-Beatty