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Art (B.A.)

Art (B.A.)

Anne-Marie Bouché

Associate Professor of Art
Art History
Phone: (239) 590-1467
Office: LIB 452

Dr. Bouché received her PhD from Columbia University in 1997. Her scholarship is in the area of Medieval art of the Romanesque period. Her teaching focuses on the Western tradition, from Ancient Near East and Egyptian art to the Renaissance and Baroque periods, and on the teaching of Art Appreciation. Prior to coming to FGCU, she was Assistant Professor of Western Medieval Art at Princeton University, taught at Columbia University and the C.W. Post campus of Long Island University, was a staff lecturer at the Cloisters Museum in New York and was Rare Books and Special Collections Librarian at Mills College (Oakland, California). She has published on the Floreffe Bible and has co-edited, with Prof. Jeffrey Hamburger (Harvard University), an interdisciplinary collection of papers, The Mind’s Eye: Art and Theological Argument in the Middle Ages (Princeton University Press, 2006) to which she also contributed an article, “Vox Imaginis: Anomaly and Enigma in Romanesque Art.”