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LIANA DE GIROLAMI CHENEY
Professor of Art History,
and Chairperson Department of Cultural Studies,
and Coordinator of Art History, Interdisciplinary and Intercollegiate Studies
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Coburn Hall, Room 201
Office Phone: 978.934.3495
Office FAX: 978.934.3023
Email: Liana_Cheney@uml.edu


EDUCATION:

Degree

Year

Boston University - Ph.D.

1978

Major: Renaissance and Mannerist Art; Minor: Baroque Art
University of Miami, Florida - M.A.

1970

Major: Art History, Renaissance; Minors: Aesthetics and Studio/Ceramics
University of Miami, Florida - B.S.

1968

Majors: Philosophy and Psychology; Minor: Art History


LANGUAGES:

-Fluent in English, Italian, Spanish, and French
-Reading knowledge of German, Latin and Portuguese
-Studying Ancient Greek


TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

1985-present Professor of Art History, University of Massachusetts Lowell
1990-present Affiliated Professor of Art History, Manchester University, England
2000 Visiting Professor of Art History, Suffolk University, Boston
1996-present Visiting Professor of Art History, UMASS Dartmouth
1996 Visiting Professor of Art History, UMASS Amherst
1995 Visiting Professor of Art History, Simmons College
1985-1982 Associate Professor of Art History, University of Lowell
1979-1995 Visiting Professor of Art History, Emmanuel College
1979-1986 Visiting Professor of Art History, York University (Canada) Summer Institute in Florence
1976-1982 Assistant Professor of Art History, University of Lowell
1974 Assistant Professor of Art History, Framingham College
1974-1976 Instructor of Art History, University of Lowell
1973-1974 Instructor of Art History, Boston College
1971-1973 Teaching Fellowship in Art History, Boston University
1971-1972 Instructor of Art History, Massasoit Community College
1971-1972 Assistant Professor of Art History, Bridgewater State College
1970-1971 Lecturer at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
1969-1970 Teaching Assistantship in Art History, University of Miami, Florida