Congrats to Nada Shabout, listed as an "Influential Female Art Historian"
Congratulations to Dr. Nada Shabout, Professor of Art History and Coordinator of Contemporary Arab and Muslim Cultural Studies Initiative at UNT College of Visual Arts & Design. Dr. Shabout was listed as one of the featured women in "8 Influential Female Art Historians You Should Know" on Artsy.com.
Dr. Shabout's research and teaching addresses modern and contemporary visual practices and problems of representation from a global perspective, with emphasis on questions of methodology and in relation to the cultural politics of the Middle East. She teaches courses on Modern Arab art, global modern art, contemporary Middle Eastern art and Islamic art.
You can read more about Dr. Shabout here.
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