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Curriculum Vitae
Stephanie A Leitch
February 01, 2016

General Information
University address: Art History
College of Art + Design
1019 William Johnston Bldg/ 143 Honors Way
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1233
Phone: 850-644-1250

E-mail address: sleitch@fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
2005 PhD, University of Chicago. Major: Art History. Renaissance Art, History of Printmaking, Art of Colonial Latin America. Supervisor: Linda Seidel.
Leitch, S. A. (2005). Better than the Prodigies: The Prints of Hans Burgkmair, Jörg Breu, and the Marvels of the New World. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Chicago.
1997 MA, University of Chicago. Major: Art History. Renaissance Art. Supervisor: Linda Seidel.
Leitch, S. A. (1997). Big Things in Small Packages: Holbein's Diminution of Erasmus for the More Perfect Gift. Unpublished master's thesis, University of Chicago.
1991 BA, Princeton University. Major: Art History. Supervisor: Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann. magna cum laude.
Leitch, S. A. (1991). Caspar David Friedrich and His Predecessors: The Saxon Landscape School. Unpublished bachelor's thesis, Princeton University.

Professional Experience
2011–present Associate Professor, Art History, Florida State University.
2007–2010 Assistant Professor, Art History, Florida State University. Responsible for teaching undergraduate surveys in Northern European Renaissance Art, Cosmopolitan Renaissance, the History of Graphics; and graduate seminars in Renaissance Organization, Rethinking the Renaissance, Renaissance Encounters with the New World, Fact and Fiction in the Early Modern Print, and the Graduate Research Writing Colloquium.
2005–2007 Visiting Assistant Professor, Art History, Florida State University. Taught undergraduate classes in Northern European Renaissance Art, Cross-currents in Renaissance Art, Introduction to the History of Art, as well as graduate seminars in European Encounters in the Renaissance and Renaissance in the North and South.
2004–2005 Instructor of Record, Art History, University of Chicago. Taught survey classes for Art History department; served as writing intern for classes in Chicago's core curriculum.
1998–2000 Provenance Researcher, Department of Prints and Drawings, Art Institute of Chicago. Helped organize museum-wide provenance research project. Defined research goals, developed guidelines for analysis, compiled and maintained databases. Directed and conducted research of drawings in the Prints & Drawings department.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
DAAD Research Stay for University Academics and Scientists, Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (2015). ($7,400).

COFRS Award, Council on Research and Creativity, FSU (2104), Council on Research and Creativity, FSU (2014). ($14,000).

Arts and Humanities Prestigious Award National Research Council, National Research Council, FSU award (2013). ($5,000).

Roland H. Bainton Prize for Art History, Sixteenth Century Society and Conference (2011).

COFRS award, Council on Research and Creativity, FSU (2010).

German Historical Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship, German Historical Institute, Washington, DC (2010).

First Year Assistant Professor Award, Council on Research and Creativity, FSU (2008).

Cohen-Rosenthal Renaissance Paper Prize, University of Chicago (2004).

Annette Kade Foundation Fellowship, Newberry Library, Chicago (2003).

Smart Foundation Fellowship, University of Chicago (2002).

Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst Fellowship, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) (2001).

Samuel H. Kress Foundation Travel Grant, Samuel H. Kress Foundation (2001).

Summer Fellowship in Paleography and Archival Studies, German Historical Institute (2000).

Century Scholarship, 1996-2000, University of Chicago (1996).

Department of Art and Archaeology Senior Thesis Prize, Princeton University (1991).

Fulbright Scholarship, US Department of State (1991).



Current Membership in Professional Organizations
College Art Association

History of Science Society

Renaissance Society of America

Teaching
Courses Taught
Fact and Fiction in the Early Modern Print (ARH 5725)

The Art of Observation in the Early Modern Print (ARH 5806)

Fact and Fiction in the Early Modern Print (ARH 5725)

History of Graphics (ARH4720)

Cosmopolitan Renaissance (ARH4933)

Rethinking the Renaissance (ARH5806)

Northern European Renaissance Art (ARH4331)

Renaissance Encounters with the New World (ARH5340)

Renaissance Organization: Documenting, Collecting & Remembering (ARH6394)

Renaissance Prints (ARH3800)

Graduate Research Writing Colloquium (ARH 5913)

Internship in Museum Studies (ARH4941)

History and Criticism of Art II (ARH3057)

Doctoral Committee Chair
Andyshak, S., graduate. (2015). Jesus as Exegesis: Visual Interpretation in the Moralized Bible, circa 1225-1235.

Courts, J. E., graduate. (2011). The Politics of Devotion: Patronage and the Sumptuous Arts at the French Court 1374-1472.

Alarcon, C., doctoral candidate. Materia Medica: Anatomical Illustrations in Early Modern Spain and the Construction of a Visual Canon.

Challenger, A., doctoral student.



Doctoral Committee Cochair
Steinhilper, D., graduate. (2013). Identity and Empire in Colonial Maps of Mexico, 1524-1600.

Doctoral Committee Member
Fee, C. E., graduate. (2015).

Feltman, J. M., graduate. (2011). Moral Theology and the Care of Souls: The Last Judgment in Thirteenth-Century French Sculpture.

Buck, S. E., doctoral student.

Simmons, S., doctoral student.



Doctoral Committee University Representative
Solomon, D., doctoral candidate. Mapping the Poetics of Early Modern Gardens and Lyric Traditions.

Master's Committee Chair
Adrian, A. M., student. The Nature of the Natural Woman: The Prints of Hans Baldung Grien.

Alarcon, C., student. Fashioning Schongauer: the Appropriation of Martin Schongauer's Engravings in Aragon.



Master's Committee Member
Eddelbüttel, L., graduate. (2013).

Ewing, S., graduate. (2013).

Larson, C., graduate. (2013).

Mandziuk, N., graduate. (2013).

Upshaw, A., graduate. (2013).

Young, T., graduate. (2011).

Matthews, T., graduate. (2010).

McCampbell, K., graduate. (2010).

Woodward, B., graduate. (2010).

Andyshak, S., graduate. (2009).

Carter, D., graduate. (2009).

Buck, S., graduate. (2008).



Goodwin, S., student.

Supervision of Student Research Not Related to Thesis or Dissertation
Kimber Chewning (Jan–May 2013).

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Invited Journal Articles
Leitch, S. A. (2013). "Vespucci's Triangle and the Shape of the World". Cadernos de Letras 29: Estudos Atlânticos: Literatura, História, Cultura, 29, 86-111. Retrieved from http://www.letras.ufrj.br/anglo_germanicas/cadernos/numeros/112013/textos/cl02112013leitch.pdf

Refereed Journal Articles
Leitch, S. (2015). "Visual Acuity and the Physiognomer's Art of Observation". Oxford Art Journal, 38:2, 7,014 words.
Leitch, S. A. (2009). "Burgkmair's Peoples of Africa and India (1508) and the Origins of Ethnography in Print". The Art Bulletin, 91:2, 134-159. Retrieved from http://www.collegeart.org/artbulletin/2_2009
Leitch, S. A. (2008). "The Wild Man, Charlemagne, and the German Body". Art History: Journal of the Association of Art Historians, 31:3, 283-302. Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-8365.2008.00607.x/abstract

Refereed Books
Leitch, S. A. (2010). Mapping Ethnography in Early Modern Germany: New Worlds in Print Culture. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Invited Book Chapters
Leitch, S. (contract). Cosmopolitan Renaissance: Prints in the Age of Exchange. Manuscript under contract for publication, Brill Studies on Art, Art History, and Intellectual History.
Leitch, S. (contract). Visual Images in Early Modern Travel Writing. Manuscript under contract for publication, Cambridge University Press.
Leitch, S. A. (2001). "Seeing Objects in Personal Devotion". In L. Seidel (Ed.), Pious Journeys: Christian Devotional Art and Practice in the Later Middle Ages and Renaissance (pp. 43-60). Chicago: David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago.

Invited Reviews
Leitch, S. (2015). Picturing Experience in the Early Printed Book: Breydenbach's Peregrinatio from Venice to Jerusalem. Visual Resources.

Refereed Reviews
Leitch, S. (submitted). Picturing Experience in the Early Printed Book: Breydenbach's Peregrinatio from Venice to Jerusalem, by Elizabeth Ross. Manuscript submitted for publication, 2,408 words pages.
Leitch, S. A. (2011). "Marketing Maximilian: The Visual Ideology of a Holy Roman Emperor". caa.reviews.

Nonrefereed Reviews
Leitch, S. A. (2009). "Before Bruegel: Sebald Beham and the Origins of Peasant Imagery". Renaissance Quarterly, 62:2, 541-3. Retrieved from http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/599907

Presentations
Invited Papers at Symposia
Leitch, S. A. (presented 2010, October). Flatland: Merchants, Maps and Marvels. In Daniela Bleichmar and Alexander Marr (Chair), Global Visions: Material Exchanges in the Early Modern World. Symposium conducted at the meeting of USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute, San Marino, CA. (International)

Refereed Papers at Conferences
Leitch, S. (presented 2015, March). "Citings in Print: a Rhinoceros Underway, or Copying as Practice in Early Modern Prints". Paper presented at Renaissance Society of America, Renaissance Society of America, Berlin. (International)
Leitch, S. (presented 2014, November). "Collecting Faces: Physiognomic Data in the Early Modern Print". Paper presented at History of Science Society Annual Meeting, History of Science Society, Chicago, IL. (International)
Leitch, S. A. (presented 2012, March). "Positive ID and the Renaissance Printed Profile". Paper presented at Frühe Neuzeit Interdiziplinär 2012, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. (International)
Leitch, S. A. (presented 2010, February). "Flattening Out the World: Planarity in Early Modern Visual Culture". Paper presented at College Art Association Annual Meeting, College Art Association, Chicago, IL. (International)
Leitch, S. A. (presented 2008, April). "A Moveable Feast? Itinerant Cannibals in Early Modern Germany". Paper presented at Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting, Renaissance Society of America, Chicago, IL. (International)
Leitch, S. A. (presented 2007, March). "Particularity and Piety: Images of Islam and Hinduism in Varthema's Itinerario (1515)". Paper presented at Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting, Renaissance Society of America, Miami, FL. (International)
Leitch, S. A. (presented 2006, November). "Hans Burgkmair and the Ethnographic Moment in German Printmaking". Paper presented at American Society for Ethnohistory Annual Meeting, American Society for Ethnohistory, Williamsburg, VA. (National)
Leitch, S. A. (presented 2004, October). "The Exotic and the Eyewitness: Hans Burgkmair's Exotic Races Frieze". Paper presented at Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, Toronto, Canada. (International)
Leitch, S. A. (presented 2003, October). "Da Sind Wir, Da Synd Sie: The Wild Man, the Indian and German Identity". Paper presented at Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, Pittsburgh, PA. (International)
Leitch, S. A. (presented 1998, October). "Big Things in Small Packages: Hans Holbein and Erasmus". Paper presented at Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, Toronto, Canada. (International)

Refereed Papers at Symposia
Leitch, S. A. (presented 2006, April). "Mapping Ethnography in Early Modern Germany". In Sabine McCormack (Chair), Europe and the Americas: Human and Natural Worlds in the Eyes of Sixteenth-Century Observers. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Folger Faculty Seminar at the Folger Library, Washington, DC. (National)
Leitch, S. A. (presented 2003, April). "The Wild Man and German Identity". In Graduate Student Symposium. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. (National)

Invited Workshops
Leitch, S. (2016, January). Roundtable, The Globalization of Renaissance Art. Workshop delivered at Brill series, The Globalization of Renaissance Art, Manhattan College, NYC. (National)
Leitch, S. A. (2012, May). Writing Down Experience and Artisinal Epistemology. Workshop delivered at Folger Faculty Seminar, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C. (International)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Leitch, S. (2014, February). "Visual Acuity and the Physiognomer's Art of Observation". Delivered at Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin. (International)
Leitch, S. A. (2010, June). "Planarity in Early Modern German Visual Culture". Delivered at German Historical Institute, Washington, DC. (National)
Leitch, S. A. (2010, April). "Flattening Early Modern Visual Culture". Delivered at Harvard Humanities Center, Cambridge, MA. (National)
Leitch, S. A. (2010, January). "The Amerindian's Moveable Feast: From Cannibal Roast to Fools' Fete". Delivered at History of Text Technology Colloquium, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Leitch, S. (May 2015–Jul 2015). The Art of Observation in Early Modern Europe. Funded by DAAD. Total award $7,644.
Leitch, Stephanie A (PI). (May 2014–Aug 2014). COFRS: The Art of Observation in the Early Modern Print. Funded by FSU CRC. Total award $14,000.

Contracts and Grants Pending
Leitch, Stephanie A (PI). (Sep 2014). The Art Observation In Early Modern Europe. Submitted to American Council of Learned Societies.
Leitch, Stephanie A (PI). (Sep 2013). The Art of Observation in Early Modern Europe. Submitted to American Council of Learned Societies.

Contracts and Grants Denied
Leitch, S. (Jun 2015). Vernacular Viewing: the Art of Observation in the Early Modern Print. Submitted to Humboldt Forschungsstipendium.

Additional Research or Original Creative Work Not Reported Elsewhere
Leitch, S. A. (2007). Initial Impressions: Constructing Truths in the Early Modern Print. Strozier Library Special Collections.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Committee member, Search committee, Dean of the College of Visual Arts, Theatre & Dance (2012–2013).
Commitee member, Faculty Senate (2010–2013).
Grant writer, Faculty Research Library Materials Grant (2012).

FSU College Service
Committee member, School of Art and Design Task Force (2009–2010).

FSU Department Service
Director, Graduate Studies (2014–present).
Committee member, Department of Art History Advisory Committee (2009–present).
Director and Committee chair, Department of Art History Undergraduate Studies (2009–present).
Committee member, Department of Art History Promotion and Tenure Committee (2009–2015).
Committee member, Art History Department Medieval Search (2012–2013).
Committee member, Department of Art History Graduate Studies (2007–2009).

The Profession
Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
Art History (Dec 2014–Feb 2015).
The Art Bulletin (May–Jul 2013).

Chair of a Symposium
Leitch, S. A. (Chair). (2013, April). Organizing the World Beyond Europe in the Early Modern Print. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Renaissance Society Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Service to Professional Associations
Co-organizer, Newberry Library Graduate Student Conference (2005–2006).
Graduate student mentor, Newberry Library Undergraduate Program (2004–2005).

Service to Other Universities
Letter writer for tenure/promotion applicant, Temple University (2014).

The Community
Instructor, Taught course on The Art of the Northern Renaissance to group of continuing education students, part of Florida State University's community outreach, Academy at FSU, Claude Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy (2008).


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