Matthew Milliner, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Art History
On Faculty since 2011

Phone: (630)752-5270
Email:

Education

Ph.D. Art History (Princeton University)

M.A. Art History (Princeton University)

M.Div. (Princeton Theological Seminary)

B.A. Art History (Wheaton College)

About Matthew Milliner

Dr. Milliner teaches across the range of art history, and his scholarly specialization is Byzantine and medieval art, with a focus on how such images inform contemporary visual culture. Dr. Milliner has published widely in both academic and popular venues,  and has given scholarly presentations at University of Chicago, American University, Indiana University and Duke University. In 2014 he organized a scholarly symposium at the Art Institute of Chicago entitled "Envisioning the Eucharist," which explored how art functions as visual theology. He is a National Humanities Center Summer Institute for Advanced Study Fellow for 2013 and 2014, and he was recently appointed a member of the Curatorial Advisory Board of the United States Senate.

Courses Taught:

Art Survey (ART 101)
History of Art & Architecture I (ART 251)
History of Art & Architecture II (ART 351)
Medieval & Byzantine Art (ART 352)
Non-Western Art (ART 354)
Renaissance Art (ART 353)
Image and Ideas of the Virgin Mary (BITH 377/ART 471)
Senior Seminar in Art History (ART 494)

For Dr. Milliner's full curriculum vitae with links to his writing, please see his webpage:

http://millinerd.com