July - August 2005
Margaret Iversen is professor of the history and theory of art at the University of Essex, England. She is a leading authority on the history and theory of art, and on modern and contemporary art theory and practice. She is the author of Alois Riegl: Art History and Theory (1993), of a monograph on Mary Kelly, and of numerous edited volumes, articles, and chapters on psychoanalysis, photography, and surrealism. Her project at the Clark is to finish a book, coauthored with former Clark Fellow Stephen Melville, entitled "Writing Art History."