Anna Kamplain Dietz
Anna Kamplain Dietz came to UA in the fall of 2013 to teach art history. She currently teaches online courses in Introduction to the Visual Arts (ARH 151) and serves as content expert for that course in the UA College of Continuing Studies. Dietz has served as an adjunct instructor at several colleges and universities in the Northeast and in Alabama, including Montserrat College of Art, Rhode Island School of Design and UAB. She has also worked in several museums and curated a photography exhibition for the Boston University Art Gallery. She presented a talk entitled “Homage to Twombly: Robert Rauschenberg’s ‘Thirty-four Illustrations for Dante’s Inferno’” at the College Art Association, and her publications include A Photographic Portrait of Boston, 1840-1865 as well as contributions to American Paintings at Harvard: Volume II. Her office hours are Monday and Wednesday, 12:30-1:30 pm, and by appointment.
Introduction to the Visual Arts (ARH 151, online)
Survey of Art I: Prehistory through Medieval (ARH 252, online)
Survey of Art II: Renaissance through Modernism (ARH 253, online)
American Painting and Sculpture (ARH 377)
M.A., Williams College (2001)