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Curriculum Vitae
Karen A. Bearor
December 23, 2014

General Information
University address: Department of Art History
College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance
William Johnston Building 1019
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1233
Phone: (850) 644-1250; Fax: (850) 644-7065

E-mail address: kbearor@fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
1988 Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin. Major: Art History.
1981 M.A., University of Texas at Austin. Major: Art History.
1974 B.F.A., University of Texas at Austin. Major: Art History. With Honors.
1974 B.A., University of Texas at Austin. Major: Studio Art.

Nondegree Education and Training
2005–2006 Awarded sabbatical.
1998–1999 Awarded sabbatical.
1997 Participant, "New Media Classroom," NEH Summer Institute.

Professional Experience
1996–present Associate Professor, Art History, Florida State University.
1992–1996 Assistant Professor, Art History, Florida State University.
1990–1992 Assistant Professor, University of Houston.
1988–1990 Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee at Knoxville.
1987–1988 Visiting Lecturer, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
1986–1987 Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska at Lincoln.
1985–1986 Slide Librarian, Art Department, University of Texas at Austin.
1985 Art School Administrator, Dougherty Arts Center.
1982–1984 Teaching Assistant, University of Texas at Austin.
1981–1982 Clinical Coordinator and Instructor, Radiation Therapy Technology.
1978 Life Drawing Instructor, Murray-Meadows School of Art.

Language Proficiency
French - rudimentary in speaking and writing; intermediate in reading.

German - rudimentary in speaking and writing; intermediate in reading.

Spanish - rudimentary in speaking and writing; intermediate in reading.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
William R. Jones Outstanding Mentor Award, Florida Education Fund (2009).

CRC Small Grant to complete research on book (2007).

Selected as a "Webstar", Office of Distance and Distributed Learning (2004).

Selected to participate in Web-Design Project, Office of the Dean of Graduate Studies (1998).

Awarded Council on Research and Creativity Summer Research Award, Florida State University (1997).

Participant, NEH Summer Institute, "New Media Classroom", American Social History Project, CUNY, and the Crossroads Project of the American Studies Association and Gerogetown University (1997).

Awarded Teaching Incentive Program award for excellence in teaching, Florida State University (1995).

Book nominated for the 1995 Charles C. Eldredge Prize, the National Museum of American Art (1995).

Participant, NEH Summer Institute, "The Thirties: American Literature, Art, and Culture in Interdisciplinary Perspective", University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1995).

I. Rice Pereira exhibition in honor of the publication of my book, Andre Zarre Gallery (1994).

Council on Research and Creativity Summer Research Award, First Year Faculty, FSU (1993).

Research Grant, Tallahassee Women's Salon (1993).

Research Initiative Grant, University of Houston (1991).

Commendation for work with educationally disadvantaged students, University of Nebraska at Lincoln (1987).

Woods Travel Grant, University of Nebraska at Lincoln (1987).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Studies Association

Association of Historians of American Art

College Art Association

Phi Kappa Phi Honorary Society

Radical Art Caucus

Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts

Southeastern College Art Conference

Teaching
Courses Taught
Seminar in the History and Criticism of Art (ARH5806)

US Art: Colonial Era to the Centennial (ARH4621)

Topics in 20th-Century Art: Seminar (ARH6695)

Special Topics in Art History (ARH4933)

American Art before 1940 (ARH5625)

US Art: Centennial through Late Modernism (ARH4620)

Seminar in the Methods of Art History (ARH5813)

Art History Methods and Media (ARH4810)

Senior Seminar (AMS4935)

Internship in Museum Studies (ARH4941)

Art, Architecture, and Artistic Vision (ARH2000)

Methods of Art Criticism (ARH3800)

Seminar in the Methods of Art History (ARH5795)

Art after 1940 (ARH4642)

Art after 1940 (ARH5648)

Internship in Museum Studies (ARH5942)

20th-Century Feminist Art Criticism (ARH5875)

20th-Century U.S. Women's Art (ARH4870)

Topics in 19th-Century Art Seminar (ARH6694)

American Art before 1940 (ARH4640)

Modern European Art: Post-Impressionism - Surrealism (ARH4432)

Doctoral Committee Chair
Hensley, C. M., graduate. (2011). The Cult of Personality: Gertrude Stein and the Development of the Object Portrait in the American Visual Arts.

Burgess, L. A., graduate. (2010). Advancing American Art and its Afterlife: From the State Department to the University Museum.

Roach, L. A., graduate. (2010). A Positive, Popular Art: Sources, Structure, and Impact of Gyorgy Kepes's Language of Vision.

Heuer, E., graduate. (2008). Going Postal: Surrealism and the Discourses of Mail Art.

Scothorn, H., graduate. (2005). Form, Function and Foreign Influence: A Comprehensive Survey of Samoan Bark Cloth from 1830-1900. (defense passed 2005; manuscript undeposited).

Merryday, M., graduate. (2002). The Relevance of Jürgen Habermas's Concept of the Public Sphere for Contemporary Public Art Practices. (Put forward by the Department of Art History for the 2003 Council of Graduate Schools Distinguished Dissertation Award).

Watkins, M., graduate. (2000). Painting the American Indian at the Turn of the Century: Joseph Henry Sharp and his Patrons, William H. Holmes, Phoebe A. Hearst, and Joseph G. Butler, Jr.

Burrell, B. T., doctoral candidate. Abbott Laboratories: Provisioning a Vision.

Mahan, N. L., doctoral student.

Doctoral Committee Member
McLane, P., graduate. (2006).

Greenman, B., graduate. (2002).

Davis, D., graduate. (1998).

Piland, S., graduate. (1997).

Johnson, E., graduate. (1993).

Lescher, Mery-Et, doctoral student.



Doctoral Committee University Representative
Reed, Peter [English], graduate. (2004).

Carr, Madeleine H. [History], graduate. (2002).

Teague, David [English], graduate. (1994).

Moffitt, Jennifer L. [English], doctoral candidate.

Stegall, Elliott S. [Humanities], doctoral candidate.

Master's Committee Chair
Glover, C. M., graduate. (2012). Anni Albers's Modernist Philosophy in Thread and Text.

Mahan, N. L., graduate. (2010). Krzysztof Wodiczko's 'If You See Something . . .': Artistic Reformulation of Democracy and the Counter-Monument in Post-9/11 America. (Put forward by the Department of Art History and by Florida State University for nomination for the 2010 Master's Theses Award, Conference of Southern Graduate Schools; put forward by FSU for nomination for the 2010 Master's These Award in the Humanities, Conference of Southern Graduate Schools).

Matthews, T., graduate. (2010). Cognition and Sculpted Space: Responding to Anish Kapoor's Cloud Gate.

Klein, S., graduate. (2005). Putting Katherine Dreier into Perspective: Modern Art Collecting in Early Twentieth-Century America.

Tomlin, P., graduate. (2002). From Modernism to Mass Culture: The Early Photographs by Paul Outerbridge. (Put forward by the Department of Art History and by Florida State University for nomination for the 2005 Master's Theses Award, Conference of Southern Graduate Schools).

Heuer, E., graduate. (2001). Souvenirs of Venice: American Artists and Tourism.

Knott, E., graduate. (2001). The Index of American Design: A Museum Curator's 'Way of Seeing' American Art History in the 1930s. [American Studies].

Mauro, P., graduate. (2001). Fred Wilson and Exhibitionary Revisionism in American Museums.

Thurlow, I., graduate. (2000). Ivan Albright's Images of Women from the 1920s: Parodies of Art Historical Types.

Adonizzio, S., graduate. (1997). Berenice Abbott: An Eye for an 'I'.

Kloman, S., graduate. (1997). Imogen Cunningham's On Mount Rainier Series.

Wasano, J., graduate. (1997). C. R. W. Nevinson's Paths of Glory.

Kallan, A., graduate. (1996). Emil Holzhauer: Paintings of Southern Life and Myth.

Reeves, L., graduate. (1994). Parody in Louise Bourgeois' Femme-Maison Paintings.



Master's Committee Member
Sherman, L. R., graduate. (2012).

Geer, Ashley Brooke [Music], graduate. (2011).

Middleton, M. L., graduate. (2011).

Simmons, S. C., graduate. (2011).

MacKey, R. A., graduate. (2009).

Chamblee, Kathleen [MFA, Studio Art], graduate. (2000).

McNeill, R., graduate. (2000).

Smith, K. L., graduate. (1998).

Solomon, M. G., graduate. (1998).

Waldroup, H., graduate. (1998).

Matthews, K., graduate. (1996).

Areford, D., graduate. (1995).

Francis, John M. [Communications], graduate. (1995).

LeZotte, A., graduate. (1995).

Robinson, E., graduate. (1994).

Challenger, A., student.

Demos, L., student.

Higbee, L., student.



Bachelor's Committee Member
Arrant, M., graduate. (2011).

Crist, Rachel [Art], graduate. (2009).

Norton, Kristen [History], graduate. (2007).

LeHors, Pierre [Art], graduate. (2002).



Hesla, Leah [Music], graduate. (1997).

Additional Teaching Not Reported Elsewhere
Bearor, K. A. (1998–2005). First art history faculty member to convert all courses to web-assisted teaching with instructor-designed and built websites. Florida State University.
Bearor, K. A. (1997). First art history faculty member to convert a course to web-assisted teaching with instructor-designed and built website: ARH 4620. Florida State University.
Bearor, K. A. (1995). Reader, Masters Thesis, Stephen M. Wagner, "Embracing Convent Life Through Illustrations of Joseph in a Fourteenth Century Italian Translation of the Meditations on the Life of Christ: Paris: Bibliotheque Nationale, MS ITAL 115,".

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Bearor, K. A. (2011). The Illustrated American and the Lakota Ghost Dance. American Periodicals, 21(2), 143-163.
Bearor, K. A. (1996). The Design Laboratory: New Deal Experiment in Vanguardism. Southeastern College Art Conference Review, 13(1), 14 - 31.

Invited Books
Bearor, K. A. (1994). Irene Rice Pereira's Early Work: Embarking on an Eastward Journey. Coral Gables, FL: Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami.

Refereed Books
Bearor, K. A. (1993). Irene Rice Pereira: Her Paintings and Philosophy. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.

Invited Book Chapters
Bearor, K. A. (2010). Light Play in Abstract Art and Film. In Mary-Kate O'Hare (Ed.), Constructive Spirit: Abstract Art in South and North America, 1920s - 1950s (pp. 88 - 103). Petaluma, CA: Pomegranate Communications, Inc.
Bearor, K. A. (2003). Subjectivity, (Auto)biography, and the 'Artist Named Pereira'. In Kristen Frederickson, & Sarah E. Webb (Eds.), In Singular Women: Writing the Artist (pp. 179 - 199). Berkeley: University of California Press.

Invited Encyclopedia Entries
Bearor, K. A. (1999). Pereira, Irene Rice. In John A. Garraty (Ed.), American National Biography. New York: Oxford University Press and the American Council of Learned Socities.
Bearor, K. A. (1997). Pereira, I(rene) Rice. In Delia Gaze (Ed.), Dictionary of Women Artists (p. 1089 - 1091). London: Fitzroy Dearborn.
Bearor, K. A. (1995). Irene Rice Pereira. In Jules Heller, & Nancy G. Heller (Eds.), North American Women Artists of the Twentieth Century: A Biographical Dictionary. New York: Garland Publishing, Inc.

Invited Reviews
Bearor, K. A. (2009). Modernism and the Feminine Voice: O'Keeffe and the Women of the Stieglitz Circle, by Kathleen Pyne. Woman's Art Journal, 30(2), 48 - 50.
Bearor, K. A. (2006). My Love Affair with Modern Art: Katherine Kuh Behind the Scenes with a Legendary Curator, by Avis Berman. Woman's Art Journal, 27(2), 56 - 59.
Bearor, K. A. (2006). The Social and the Real: Political Art of the 1930s in the Western Hemisphere, by Alejandro Anreus, Diana L. Linden, and Jonathan Weinberg. Southeastern College Art Conference Review, 15(1), 40 - 43.
Bearor, K. A. (2003). Andrew Hemingway, Artists on the Left: American Artists and the Communist Movement, 1926-1956. CAA Reviews.
Bearor, K. A. (2003). Painting Gender, Constructing Theory: The Alfred Stieglitz Circle and American Formalist Aesthetics by Marcia Brennan. Woman's Art Journal, 24(2), 46 - 49.
Bearor, K. A. (2002). Frances K. Pohl, Framing America: A Social History of American Art. Southeastern College Art Conference Review, 14(2), 144-145.
Bearor, K. A. (2001). Mary Ann Calo, Critical Issues in American Art: A Book of Readings; Marianne Doezema and Elizabeth Milroy, Reading American Art; and Patricia Hills, Modern Art in the USA: Issues and Controversies of the 20th Century. Southeastern College Art Conference Review, 15(1), 40 - 42.
Bearor, K. A. (2001). Melissa McEuen, Seeing America: Women Photographers Between the Wars and Bettina Berch, The Woman Behind the Lens: The Life and Work of Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1864-1952. National Women's Studies Association Journal, 13(2), 157 - 160.
Bearor, K. A. (1997). Cartooning for Suffrage by Alice Sheppard. Woman's Art Journal, 18(1), 46 - 49.
Bearor, K. A. (1997). A History of Women Photographers by Naomi Rosenblum; Illuminations: Women Writing on Photography from the 1850s to the Present by Liz Heron, Val Williams; Reframings: New American Feminist Photographies by Diane Neumaier. National Women's Studies Association Journal, 9(3), 189 - 193.

Invited Newsletter Articles
Bearor, K. A. (2000, November). Committee on Women in the Arts Honors Elsa Honig Fine. CAA News, 6.
Bearor, K. A. (1984). Rice Pereira's 'The One'. Newsletter, Archer M. Huntington Galleries, Fall, 5 - 6.

Nonrefereed Journal Articles
Bearor, K. A. (1987). Proposed Third Line Classification for Altarpieces, Modified Fogg System. International Bulletin for Photographic Documentation of the Visual Arts, Journal of the Visual Resources Association, 14(Spring), 32 - 34.

Nonrefereed Monographs
Bearor, K. A. (submitted). Irene Rice Pereira's Early Work: Embarking on an Eastward Journey. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Nonrefereed Reports
Bearor, K. A. (1999). Art and the Shaping of Identity (Multimedia activity based upon the painting collection of the National Museum of American Art). American Social History Project Center for Media and Learning.
Bearor, K. A., Russell, J., Schaffer, S., & Emmert, S. (1998). Using the Web in Your Classroom (Laboratory workshop manual). Tallahassee: Center for Academic Support and Distance Learning, Florida State University.
Bearor, K. A. (1997). Art and the Shaping of Identity: 'National Museum of American Art' CD-ROM Activity (Multimedia activity based upon the painting collection of the National Museum of American Art). American Social History Project, CUNY Graduate School and University Center, American Social History Project.
Bearor, K. A. (1996). Selections from Chroma (Main catalogue essay). Ocala, FL: Appleton Museum of Fine Arts.
Bearor, K. A. (1994). Chroma (Main catalogue essay). Tallahassee: Florida State University Gallery and Museum.
Bearor, K. A. (1994). Scattered Cohesion (Main catalogue essay). Tallahassee: Art Department, Florida State University.
Bearor, K. A. (1989). American Women Artists: The Twentieth Century (One-page essays on paintings by twelve women artists). Knoxville, TN: Knoxville Museum of Art and Bennett Galleries.
Bearor, K. A. (1988). Collecting the West: The C. R. Smith Collection of Western American Art (Twenty-one one-page entries on individual paintings by various artists). Austin: University of Texas Press.

Presentations
Refereed Papers at Conferences
Bearor, K. A. (presented 2008, April). Illustrators Burying the Truth at Wounded Knee. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Nineteenth-Century Studies Association, Miami. (National)
Bearor, K. A. (presented 2003, October). The Nature of Space: A Reappraisal of Irene Rice Pereira's Concept of Space-Time. Paper presented at Annual Conference, Society for Literature and Science, Austin. (National)
Bearor, K. A. (presented 2001, October). Putting the 'Progressive' in Progressive Education: Photography in Service of Educational Reform. Paper presented at the, Southeastern College Art Conference. (Regional)
Bearor, K. A. (presented 2001, March). Situated Knowledges: Bodies, Politics, and Technology in the Feminist Art History Classroom. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, College Art Association, Chicago. (National)
Bearor, K. A. (presented 1999, March). Researching (Im)material Culture in Cyberspace. Paper presented at the American Society, for Eighteenth Century Studies, Milwaukee. (National)
Bearor, K. A. (presented 1997, October). The American Federation of Arts, the Russell Sage Foundation, and the "Americanization" of Arts in the 1930s. Paper presented at the, Southeastern College Art Conference, Arizona State University. (Regional)
Bearor, K. A. (presented 1997, February). Feminism and Period Surveys in Art History: Pedagogical Strategies. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, College Art Association, New York. (National)
Bearor, K. A. (presented 1995, November). The Way We Weren't: Archetypal Theory and Mis(s)remembering in 1930s Geometric Abstraction. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Studies Association, Pittsburgh. (National)
Bearor, K. A. (presented 1994, October). Geometric Abstraction as `Projection' of the Unconscious. Paper presented at the, Southeastern College Art Conference, Washington and Lee University. (Regional)
Bearor, K. A. (presented 1994, October). Revolutionaries or Muses? Depictions of Women in Advertisements for the WPA's Design Laboratory in New York. Paper presented at Statewide, Women's Studies Conference. (Regional)
Bearor, K. A. (presented 1993, October). Promoting Progress: Publicity for the WPA's Design Laboratory. Paper presented at the, Southeastern College Art Conference, Arizona State University. (Regional)
Bearor, K. A. (presented 1993, August). Interplay of Text and Image in James P. Boyd's Account of the 'Ghost Dance' in his Recent Indian Wars (1891). Paper presented at Third International Congress, International Association of Word and Image Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. (International)
Bearor, K. A. (presented 1992, February). Building Ourselves a Better Enemy: The Complicity of Artist-Correspondents in Events Leading to the Wounded Knee Massacre. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, College Art Association, Northwestern University. (National)
Bearor, K. A. (presented 1990, February). Gender Bias in Jungian Theory and Its Impact on the Career of Irene Rice Pereira. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, College Art Association, Yale University. (National)
Bearor, K. A. (presented 1989, November). Transformational Imagery in the Glass Paintings by I. Rice Pereira. Paper presented at 53rd Annual Conference, Mid-America College Art Association, University of Cincinnati. (Regional)
Bearor, K. A. (presented 1987, April). I. Rice Pereira's `Grand Theory' in Paint. Paper presented at Fourteenth Annual Meeting, Midwest Art History Society, University of Michigan. (Regional)

Nonrefereed Papers at Conferences
Bearor, K. A. (presented 2006). The Feminist Art Project: The Florida Initiative. Paper presented at College Art Association Annual Meeting, Feminist Art Project. (National)

Nonrefereed Presentations at Conferences
Bearor, K. A. (submitted). Matthew Barney's Cremaster 2: The Film in Context. Presentation submitted for approval.

Nonrefereed Workshops
Bearor, K. A., Russell, J., Schaffer, S., & Emmert, S. (1998). Using the Web in Your Classroom. Workshop delivered at Art History Department and Center for Academic Support and Distance Learning, Florida State University. (Local)
Bearor, K. A., & Thompson, D. (1997). New Media Classroom, Too. Workshop delivered at Art History Department, Florida State University. (Local)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Bearor, K. A. (2010, December). Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child. Delivered at Tallahassee Film Society. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (2010, December). Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child (expanded talk). Delivered at Tallahassee Film Society. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (2008, March). (Co-presenter) Introduction and discussion, with documentary filmmaker Steven J. Ross. Delivered at Tallahassee Film Society. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (2007, November). Issues in Authenticating Paintings by Jackson Pollock. Delivered at Tallahassee Film Society. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (2006, February). Do Women Have to Be Naked to Get Into the Met, or Looking Back on Women Artists and Art Historians of the Last Thirty Years. Delivered at Artists' League. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (2005, April). Personal Recollections: Women in Art History in the 1970s. Delivered at Florida State University Undergraduate Art History Association. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (2004, March). On Coming Home. Delivered at Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art. (State)
Bearor, K. A. (2002, September). Issues Surrounding the Study of American Impressionism. Delivered at Mary Brogan Museum of Art. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (2002, July). American Impressionism. Delivered at Tallahassee Angels of Art. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (2001, September). A 'Necessary Proximity': Documentary and Modernist Photography. Delivered at Appleton Museum of Art. (State)
Bearor, K. A. (2001, July). Web-Assisted Teaching in Art History: My Experience. Delivered at the Pilot Academic Consortium for Technology, Florida State University. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (2001, April). Seeing Red. Delivered at the Mary Brogan Museum of Art and Science, Tallahassee. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (2000). Pop Art in Britain and the U.S. Delivered at FSU's Developmental Research School. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (1999, April). Feminist Art. Delivered at FSU Museum of Fine Arts and the FSU Women's Studies Program. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (1996, October). Depictions of Interpersonal Violence and Rape in Painting and Photography. Delivered at FSU chapter of the National Organization for Women. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (1995, April). Irene Rice Pereira's Autobiographical Construction of the Modern Woman Artist: Benefits and Pitfalls. Delivered at Art Department, University of Florida. (State)
Bearor, K. A. (1994, May). Irene Rice Pereira's Early Work. Delivered at Art Department, Florida International University. (State)
Bearor, K. A. (1993, February). Irene Rice Pereira's Visual Metaphors of Spiritual Quest. Delivered at Tallahassee Women's Salon. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (1992, April). Blurring the Boundaries Between Geometric Abstraction and Surrealism: The Case of Irene Rice Pereira. Delivered at Rice University. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (1992, January). Various Strategies by Feminist Critics. Delivered at Sewall Art Gallery, Rice University. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (1991, October). The Essentialist/Constructivist Controversy in Feminist Theory. Delivered at Houston Women's Caucus for Art. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (1991, April). Not Yet Forgotten; Thoughts on Irene Rice Pereira's Obscurity. Delivered at Houston Women's Caucus for Art. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (1990, January). Selected Women. Delivered at Knoxville Museum of Art. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (1989, May). I. Rice Pereira. Delivered at Knoxville Watercolor Society. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (1989, April). Sexuality and the Gaze. Delivered at Women's Coordinating Council and Women's Studies Program, University of Tennessee. (Local)
Bearor, K. A. (1989, January). Anselm Kiefer and the German Romantic Tradition. Delivered at Oak Ridge (TN) Art Association. (Local)

Reviews of My Research and Original Creative Work by Other Authors
Reviews Appearing in Journals
Langa, H. (2004). Recent Feminist Art History: An American Sampler. Feminist Studies, 30(3), 705.
Rowe, D. (2004). Women Writing Art's Histories. Oxford Art Journal, 27(1), 127-130.
Davis, J. (2003). The End of the American Century: Current Scholarship on the Art of the United States. American Art, 85(3), 544-580.
Fahlman, B. (1996). Irene Rice Pereira: Her Paintings and Philosophy by Karen A. Bearor. Woman's Art Journal, 17(2), 40-42.
Simpson, P. H. (1996). Feminist Art Criticism, an Annotated Bibliography; Women Artists, an Historical, Contemporary, and Feminist Bibliography. Woman's Art Journal, 17(2), 56.
Risatti, H., & Edwards, A. (1995). Karen A. Bearor, Irene Rice Pereira: Her Paintings and Philosophy. Southeastern College Art Conference Review, 12(5), 430-432.
Navaretta, C. (1994). Irene Rice Pereira: Her Paintings and Philosophy by Karen A. Bearor. Women Artists News Book Review, 19 (spring), 37, 62.

Reviews Appearing in Books or Monographs
Mathews, N. M. (2001). Irene Rice Pereira. In American Dreams: American Art to 1950 in the Williams College Museum of Art (pp. 167-169). New York: Hudson Hills Press.

Reviews Appearing in Magazines or Newsletters
Dickinson, E. (2004, April). Roads Scholars or Committed Teachers? Women Are Rapidly Expanding the Ranks of Adjunct Laborers Across the United States. Women's Caucus for Art Artlines, n.p.
Cardenas, G. (1994, June). Irene Rice Pereira. Miami New Times, 33.
Johnson, D. J. (1994, June). Karen A. Bearor, Irene Rice Pereira: Her Paintings and Philosophy. Choice, 91.
Kohen, H. L. (1994, June). At Lowe, Modernist Finally Gets Her Due. Miami Herald, 1G; 7G.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Member, Cinema and Media Studies Working Group (2003–present).
Co-Chair, Book Sale Committee, Friends of Strozier Library (1997–present).
Reviewer, CRC COFRS grant applications (2010).
Member, Museum Studies Steering Committee (2000–2009).
Member, Executive Committee, American Studies Program (1999–2009).
Guest lecturer, Humanities Honors Colloquium (2008).
Member, Planning Committee, 33rd Annual Conference on Literature and Film (2007).
Member, Planning Committee, 32nd Annual Conference on Literature and Film (2006–2007).
Member, Planning Committee, 31st Annual Conference on Literature and Film (2005–2006).
Member, Planning Committee, 30th Annual Conference on Literature and Film (2005).
Executive Board Member, Association of Women Faculty and Administrators (2004–2005).
Member, Cinema and Visual Studies Planning Subcommittee, Curriculum Development (2004–2005).
Member, Executive Committee, Women's Studies Program (2000–2005).
Member, Planning Committee, 29th Annual Conference on Literature and Film (2004).
Participant, Provost's Council for Instruction (2001–2004).
Co-organizer, Art and Sciences Symposium, in honor of Jehanne Teilhet-Fisk, with Physics Department (2003).
Guest lecturer, FOL 5934 (Modern Languages): Seminar on Contemporary Literary Criticism (2000).
Member, Program Director Search Committee, American Studies Program (2000).
Member, Faculty Sabbaticals Committee (1999–2000).
Member, Advisory Committee, American Studies Program (1997–2000).
Member, Advisory Committee, Women's Studies program (1992–2000).
Member, Board of Directors, Friends of Strozier Library (1997–1999).
Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee (1996–1997).
Member, Advisory Committee, Friends of Strozier Library (1995–1997).
Guest lecturer, FOL 5934 (Modern Languages): Seminar on Contemporary Literary Criticism (1996).
Member, Committee on Faculty Research Support (COFRS) (1995–1996).
Member, Planning Committee, Statewide Women's Studies Conference (1994).
Participant, Provost's strategy session on multicultural awareness (1994).
Member, Committee on Faculty Research Support (COFRS) (1993–1994).
Juror, Florida National Exhibition, Florida State University Gallery and Museum (1993).
Guest Lecturer, ART 5934: Graduate Workshop Seminar (1992).

FSU College Service
Member, Graduate Policy Committee (2002–present).
Faculty Senate representative, College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance (2008–2011).
Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee (2006).
Committee Consultant, Committee on Women in the Arts (2004–2005).
Invited Participant, CAA focus group on "transparency" in CAA governance (2004).
Chair, Committee on Women in the Arts (2002–2004).
Participant, GradPortal Initiative for recruitment of minority students (2003–2004).
Member, Graduate Advisory Council, SVAD (2001–2002).
Liaison with Awards Banquet Honoree and Master of Ceremonies, Committee of Women in the Arts, for CAA Annual Meeting (2001).
Member, Committee on Women in the Arts (1995–2001).
Participant, SVAD Planning Committee meetings (2000–2001).
Organizer, Awards Banquet, Committee on Women in the Arts, CAA Annual Meeting (2000).
Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee, School of Visual Arts and Dance (1996).
Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee, School of Visual Arts and Dance (1996).
Marshal, Graduation Ceremonies, School of Visual Arts and Dance (1993–1994).
Faculty Senate representative, School of Visual Arts and Dance (1993–1994).

FSU Department Service
Faculty Advisor, Undergraduate Art History Association (2011–present).
Director, Undergraduate Studies (2011–present).
Departmental Editor, Internet Home Page (1996–present).
Evaluator, Teaching Evaluation for Nicole Mahan, ARH 3057 (2011).
Member, Undergraduate Studies Committee (2010–2011).
Departmental Representative, UPC for review of liberal studies, multiculturalism, and Gordon Rule requirements (2010–2011).
Writer of the report and subsequent revisions, UPC Review Report (2010–2011).
Guest lecturer, "PowerPoint Presentations", Information Technology course (2010).
Member, P&T committee (2009–2010).
Member, Undergraduate Studies Committee (2009–2010).
Evaluator, Peer Evaluation, Teaching, for Lynn Jones (2009).
Symposium coordinator, 27th Annual Art History Graduate Student Symposium (2009).
Member, P&T committee (2008–2009).
Evaluator, Peer Evaluation, teaching, for Pauline Ota (2008).
Symposium coordinator, 26th Annual Art History Graduate Student Symposium (2008).
Member, P&T Committee (2007–2008).
Member, Undergraduate Studies Committee (2007–2008).
Symposium coordinator, 25th Annual Art History Graduate Student Symposium (2007).
Evaluator, Peer Evaluation, teaching, for Talinn Grigor (2007).
Member, Advisory Committee (2006–2007).
Member, Interviewing Committee, World Art position, CAA (2006).
Member, P&T committee (2006).
Symposium coordinator, 24th Annual Art History Graduate Student Symposium (2006).
Supplied statements and revised syllabus, Undergraduate Policy Committee of the Faculty Senate for the oral communication competency requirement (2006).
Member, Chair search committee, College Art Association (2005).
Prepared poster and online announcements, 23rd annual Art History Graduate Student Symposium (2004).
Conducted, TA Orientation (2004).
Member, Asianist search committee, College Art Association (2004).
Faculty Advisor, Art History [Student] Association (2000–2004).
Symposium coordinator, 22nd Annual Art History Graduate Student Symposium (2004).
Guest lecturer, ARH 3800 History of Photography (2003–2004).
Conducted, TA orientation (2003).
Member, Search Committee, Multiple Areas, College Art Association (2003).
Symposium Coordinator, 21st Annual Art History Graduate Student Symposium (2003).
Revisor, TA Handbook (2002).
Conductor, TA orientation (2002).
Member, Modernist and Asian search committees, at College Art Association (2002).
Member, Ad Hoc Committee on MA and PhD Curriculum Reform (2001–2002).
Advisor, Graduate Advisor (1999–2001).
Member, Latin Americanist Search Committee, at College Art Association (2000).
Advisor and Coordinator, Graduate Advisor and Graduate Admissions Coordinator (1997–1998).
Member, Asianist search committee, at College Art Association (1998).
Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee (1998).
Guest speaker, Art History [Student] Association (1997).
Organizer, Art History [Student] Association, Session on Applying to Graduate Schools (1997).
Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee (1997).
Coordinator, Graduate Admissions (1996–1997).
Member, Graduate Handbook Committee (1996).
Chair, Teaching Incentive Program Nomination Committee (1996).
Member, Ad Hoc Curriculum Committee (1995–1996).
Chair, Art History [Student] Association, Roundtable Discussion (1995).
Member, Asianist search committee, at College Art Association (1995).
Guest speaker, Art History [Student] Association (1994).
Member, Teaching Incentive Program Nomination Committee (1994).
Faculty Advisor, Art History [Student] Association, Bus Trip to High Museum, Atlanta (1994).
Guest speaker, Art History [Student] Association (1994).
Member, Teaching Incentive Program NominationCommittee (1994).
Member, Merit Committee (1993).

The Profession
Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
Journal of Florida Studies (2012).
SECAC Review (Aug 2009).
Photography and Culture (May 2009).
Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies (2007).
National Women's Studies Association Journal,19.1 (Jun–Jul 2005).

Reviewer for Textbooks
American Encounters (2005).

Judge for an Exhibition
Florida National Exhibition. Florida State University Gallery and Museum (1993).

Exhibitions Curated
Origins. Florida State University Museum of Art and Strozier Library: TheFeministArtProject (2006).
Irene Rice Pereira's Early Work: Embarking on an Eastward Journey. Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami (1993–1994).

Chair of a Symposium
Bearor, K. A., & Picart, C. (Chair). (2008, January). 33rd Annual Conference on Literature and Film: Cyborg Science and Virtual Materialities in Literature and Film. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Florida State University, Florida State University.
Bearor, K. A., & Moore, D. (Chair). (2003, February). Regionalism in this Age of Globalization. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Southeastern American Studies Association, hosted by the Program in American and Florida Studies, FSU, FSU.

Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications
National Endowment for the Humanities, Washington, D.C (2006).
National Endowment for the Humanities, Washington, D.C (2004).
American Association of University Women Educational Foundation (1995–1999).

Service to Professional Associations
Advisory Board member, Journal of Florida Studies (2011–present).
Listserv owner and moderator, Amart listserv (the national listsev for Americanist art historians) (2007–present).
[National and State] Coordinator for the state of Florida, Feminist Art Project (2007–2008).
Co-Moderator, AmArt listserv (the national listserv for Americanist art historians) (2006–2007).
[National and State] Co-Coordinator for the state of Florida, Feminist Art Project (2006–2007).
Chaired Panel, "Artist as Theorist," 31st Annual Conference on Literature and Film: Documenting Trauma, Documenting Terror (2006).
Co-Chaired Panel, "Autobiographical Strategies: Politics and Poetics of Women's Self-Representations in the Visual Arts.", College Art Association annual meeting (2005).
Committee consultant, Committee on Women in the Arts, College Art Association (2004–2005).
Invited participant, Focus Group on Transparency in CAA Governance, College Art Association (2004).
Chair, Committee on Women in the Arts, College Art Association (2002–2004).
Member, Media Panel, Visual Arts and Cultural History, for the National Endowment for the Humanities, Humanities Projects in Media (2004).
Chaired Panel, American Art, Part II, Southeastern College Art Conference (2004).
Co-Chaired Panel, "Roads Scholars or Committed Teachers: Women as Adjunct Laborers.", College Art Association annual meeting (2004).
Charied Panel, "Textuality and Interpretation", 29th Annual Conference on Literature and Film (2004).
Treasurer, Association of Historians of American Art (2000–2003).
Liaison with Awards Banquet Honorree and Master of Ceremonies, Committ on Women in the Arts, College Art Association (2001).
Member, Committee on Women in the Arts, College Art Association (1995–2001).
Chaired Panel, "Early 20th-Century American Art", Southeastern College Art Conference (2001).
Co-Chaired Panel, "We Do 'Windows' and More: Women, Technology, and the Arts.", College Art Association annual meeting (2001).
Organizer, Awards Banquet, Committee on Women in the Arts, College Art Association (2000).
Chaired Panel, "American Art: Contemporary Issues", Southeastern College Art Conference annual meeting (2000).
Chaired Panel, "Immigration, 'Americanization,' and Labor in U.S. Visual Culture", College Art Association annual meeting (1999).
Chaired Panel, "American Art: Open Session.", Southeastern College Art Conference annual meeting (1998).
Member, Material Culture Caucus, American Studies Association (1997–1998).
On-line Advisor/Editor, Visual Resources Committee, American Studies Association Crossroads Project (1997).
Co-Chair, Art Subcommittee, State University System of Florida, Faculty Discipline Committee (1997).
Co-Chaired Panel, "U.S. Art and Popular Culture between the World Wars.", Southeastern College Art Conference annual meeting (1995).

Service to Other Universities
External referee, Promotion to Title of Reader, University of Westminster, London (2010).
External Referee, Promotion and Tenure, New Mexico State University (2007).
German Expressionist Film Fest, organized and commentary, Department of Art, University of Tennessee (1989).
Dada and Surrealist Film Fest, organized and commentary, Department of Art, University of Tennessee (1989).

The Community
Volunteer pledge drive fundraiser, WFSU (2012).
Webmaster, Tallahassee Rowing Club (2004–2006).
President, Tallahassee Rowing Club (1998–1999).
Volunteer meal deliverer, Meals on Wheels (1995).

Consultation
Dialogues in South and North American Abstraction, 1920s–50s. Grant consultant: Reviewed the grant proposal to the NEH for the curator of the exhibition (2008).
Dialogues in South and North American Abstraction, 1920s–50s. Scholar consultant (2007–2008).


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