Graduate Teaching Assistant
307 Garland Hall
Allison Springer is a graduate teaching assistant in art history. Springer recently presented her research paper, “Commemorating Freedom with Spectacles of Race: Abolitionist Propaganda during the American Civil War” at the 22nd Annual Graduate Student Symposium in Art History. After receiving her undergraduate degree in apparel design, Allison Springer received her master’s degree in marketing and then moved to New York City to work in fashion for the next five years. Springer worked in the creative department at Saks Fifth Avenue and then at Macy’s. After five years, she left New York to travel in Europe and develop her interests in art and history. She has returned to her alma mater to pursue a master’s in art history, with the goal of seeking a Ph.D. in art history in order to teach and research.
M.A., The University of Alabama (2006)
B.S., The University of Alabama (2004)