Mark Russell, PhD
Principal and Associate Professor, Liberal Arts College
Mark Russell obtained his Ph.D. from Cambridge University in 2000. His scholarship has concentrated on the life and work of the art and cultural historian, Aby Warburg. This appeared as a book entitled Between Tradition and Modernity: Aby Warburg and the Public Purposes of Art in Hamburg, 1896-1918 (New York and Oxford, 2007). He is currently researching the role of transatlantic passenger shipping in the discourses of German national identity, and depictions of the city of Matera in early-twentieth-century Italy.
PhD (Cambridge University)