Associate Professor of Instruction, Art History Director, Ohio Valley Center for Collaborative Arts
Sam Dodd is an art and architectural historian. He specializes in the study of the American built environment, with emphasis on spatial and environmental justice, community-driven design, and the history of technology and media. Dr. Dodd received his PhD from the University of Texas at Austin. His writing has been published in Art Journal, Design Issues, Journal of Architectural Education, and Journal of Design History. His work has been supported by the Smithsonian Institution, National Endowment for the Arts, Ohio Arts Council, and Humanities Institute at Pennsylvania State University. Since 2018, Dr. Dodd has directed the Ohio Valley Center for Collaborative Arts.
- 20th Century Art
- Modern Architecture and Design
- Art Spaces: Exhibition, Experience, Environment
- Contemporary Art Theory & Criticism
- Art History Research Methods
- Global Art + Design: Gutenberg to Google