July - August 2003
Martina Pachmanová is assistant professor at the Academy of Arts, Architecture, and Design in Prague, where she also teaches at the local branch of New York University. Her art historical work concentrates on feminist theory and gender politics of modern and contemporary art, primarily within the former Eastern bloc nations. She served as editor of Invisible Woman: An Anthology of Contemporary Texts of Feminism, History, and Visual Culture in the United States (One Woman Press, 2002) and is author of Mobile Fidelities: Conversations on Feminism, History, and Visuality (One Woman Press, 2001). She studied at Harvard University on a Fulbright fellowship in the fall of 2001. At the Clark, Pachmanova will focus on current methodological problems connected to feminist and theoretical gender readings of art history in central and in eastern Europe.