Susan Jarosi, Ph.D.
- Associate Professor, Art History Program, 2013-
- Assistant Professor, Art History Program, 2006-13
- Affiliated Faculty, Department of Women's and Gender Studies, 2010-present
- 144 Lutz Hall
- Belknap Campus
“Traumatic Subjectivity and the Continuum of History: Hermann Nitsch’s Orgies Mysteries Theater,” Art History 36, no. 4 (September 2013); available January 2013 online at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1467-8365/earlyview.
“Recycled Cinema as Material Ecology: Raphael Montañez Ortiz’s Found-Footage Films and Computer-Laser-Videos,” Screen 53, no. 3 (Autumn 2012): 228-245.
“The Image of the Artist in Performance Art: The Case of Rudolf Schwarzkogler,” Art and Documentation 5 (Autumn 2011): 63-80.
Translator, Rudolf Schwarzkogler, “Panorama 1: The Total Act Manifesto” (1965), Art and Documentation 5 (Autumn 2011): 143.
Chapters in Books
“Keeping Score: Considering Performance Texts as Artists’ Writings,” in Helena De Preester, ed., Not a Day Without a Line – Understanding Artists’ Writings, volume under review with Manchester University Press for the Rethinking Art’s Histories Series.
“The Audience Cries Back,” in Kathryn Brown, ed., New Interactive Practices in Contemporary Art (London: I.B. Tauris), forthcoming 2013.
“‘The Grünewald of Happenings’—On Traumatic Subjectivity,” in Aaron Levy, ed., Blood Orgies: Hermann Nitsch in America (Philadelphia: Slought Books, 2008), 94-115.
Reprinted in Nikolai Molok, ed., Hermann Nitsch, exh. cat. (Moscow: Stella Art Foundation, 2010).
“An Interview with Billie Maciunas,” in Ken Friedman, ed., The Fluxus Reader (London: Academy Editions, 1998), 199-211.
Picturing Trauma: A Holographic Paradigm of Contemporary Art
Asserts the centrality of visuality for the study of trauma by examining the correspondences between the etiology of trauma as defined by clinical study, therapeutic treatments of trauma using visual technologies such as virtual reality, and the representation of traumatic subjectivity by contemporary artists.
Editor and “Introduction,” The Art of Experience: Fluxus Works from the Collection of Michael Lowe, exh. cat. (University of Louisville, Department of Fine Arts, 2008).
Introduction to Art History: Renaissance to Present
Art Since 1945
Modern Perspectives in the Visual Arts
History of Performance Art
Pop Art & Fluxus
Representations of Trauma in the Visual Arts
Women in Performance Art
History of Documenta
Art & Feminism
- Ph.D., Duke University
- Modern and Contemporary Art History
- Critical Theory and Method
- Trauma Studies
- Contemporary Art
- Performance Art
- Viennese Actionism
- Trauma Studies
- Intersections of Art and Science
- Experimental Cinema
- Artists' Writings
Honors & Awards
- Outstanding Faculty Mentor of Doctoral Students Award, Nominee, 2012