(Art History, Barnard College)

Rosalyn Deutsche is an art historian and critic who teaches modern and contemporary art at Barnard College and Columbia University in New York City. She earned her Ph.D from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. She has written extensively and lectured internationally on such interdisciplinary topics as art and urbanism, art and the public sphere, and feminist theories of subjectivity in representation. Her essays have appeared in Grey RoomOctoberArtforum,Art in America, and Society and Space, among other journals, and in many exhibition catalogues and anthologies, in numerous translations. Deutsche is the author of Evictions: Art and Spatial Politics (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1998). She is currently working on a project about contemporary art and war.

A selection of Professor Deutsche's work:

"Feminist Time: A Conversation." Grey Room 31 (Spring 2008): 32-67.

"Not-Forgetting: Mary Kelly's Love Songs." Grey Room 24 (Summer 2006): 26-37.

"Agoraphobia," in Rosalyn Deutsche, Evictions: Art and Spatial Politics (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1998), 269-327.