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is Assistant Professor of Art History at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. He holds a BA (1998) in Art History from the University of Notre Dame and a PhD (2006) from the University of Delaware. He is a specialist in 20th century art, particularly post-WWII Italian painting, and has published articles and criticism in Joan Marter, ed. Abstract Expressionism: The International Context. (Rutgers University Press, 2007), Kelly Wacker, ed. Baroque Tendencies in Contemporary Art. (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2008), Carte Italiane, CAA.reviews, Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, SECAC Review, and Number: an independent arts journal, and has been a Blogger-in-Residence for Art:21. Previously, he spent seven years on the Art History faculty of the Memphis College of Art.