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Judith Wechsler

Academic Appointments

  • Professor Emerita, Tufts University, 2011-
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Professor, Tufts University, 1989-2010
  • Chair, Department of Art and Art History, Tufts University 1990-1995
  • Professeur invité, Passerelle des Arts, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, spring 2003
  • Professeur invité, l’Histoire de l’Art, L’Université de Paris X, spring 1999
  • Zachs Visiting Professor, Art History, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1994,1996, 2008
  • Visiting Professor, Fine Arts, Harvard University, 1989
  • Professor and Associate Professor, Art History, Rhode Island School of Design, 1981-89
  • Visiting Lecturer, Fine Arts, Harvard University, 1982
  • Fellow, Center for Advanced Visual Studies, Massachusettes Institute of Technology, 1977-79
  • Associate Professor and Assistant Professor, History of Art, Massachusettes Institute of Technology, 1970-1977
  • Lecturer, Brown University, spring 1970

Education

  • Brandeis University. BA. 1962
  • Columbia University. MA. 1967
    Thesis. “The Iconography of the Song of Songs in 12th and 13th Century Latin Bibles”
  • University of California at Los Angeles. PhD. 1972
    Thesis: “Major Trends in Cézanne Interpretation”

Publications

Books

  • Rachel, une vie pour le théatre, 1821-1858. (ed. with H. Hoog), Biron,Paris,2004
  • Le cabinet des dessins. Daumier. Flammarion, Paris, 1999
  • The Memoirs of Nahum N. Glatzer (ed. with M. Fishbane). Hebrew Union College Press, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1998
  • The Issue of Caricature (ed.). Art Journal, vol. 43, no.4, College Art Association, New York, NY, 1984
  • A Human Comedy: Physiognomy and Caricature in 19th Century Paris, University of Chicago Press and Thames and Hudson, Ltd., London, 1982
  • Japanese translation of A Human Comedy (1982). Arina Shobo, Tokyo, 1987
  • On Aesthetics in Science (ed.). Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, 1979, pb edition, 1981, Birkauser edition, 1983
  • Japanese translation of On Aesthetics in Science (1978). Hakusyosha, Tokyo, 1986
  • Italian translation. L’Estetica Nella Scienza. Editori Riuniti. Roma, 1982
  • Spanish translation, Sobrel La Estettiica de la Ciencia, Mexico City, 1982
  • The Interpretation of Cézanne. UMI Research Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1981
  • Cézanne in Perspective (ed.). Prentice-Hall, 1975

Articles in Peer Reviewed Journals

  • “Nahum Glatzer and the Tradition of the Lehrhaus” University of Frankfurt, 2017
  • “Honoré Daumier, Critical Bibliographies in the History of Art,” 2016. Oxford University Press online publication.
  • “Robert Frank: The Passage from Photography to Film,” Ligiea, Dossiers sur l’art. Peinture et Cinéma. Picturalité de l’Image Filmée de la Toile a l’Ecran. (a publication of the CNRS), January 2010.
  • “Drawing for film: William Kentridge and Ruth Lingford.” Ligiea…. December 2007. XXe année, no. 77-80.
  • “Meyer Shapiro’s Writings on Modern Art,” College Art Association Reviews, September 2003
  • “Ophelia and the Representation of Madness,” Theatre Survey, 2002
  • “The Illustrations to Samuel Beckett,” Art Journal, Winter, 1994
  • The Filming of Art,” Daedalus, Fall, 1985
  • “The Spectator as Genre in 19th Century Paris,” Popular Traditions and Learned Culture in France, Stanford French and Italian Studies 35, 1985
  • “Caricature, Newpapers and Politics: Paris in the 1830,” Studies in Visual Communication, 1981
  • “Judith Wechsler et son livre sur le Paris du XIX Siécle,” Nouvelles de l’estampe, 1979
  • “An Aperitif to Manet’s Déjeuner sur l’herbe,” Gazette des Beaux-Arts, Jan. 1978

Edited Collections/Chapters in Books

  • Histoire de l’art et films sur l’art – Entretien avec l’historienne de l’art et réalisatrice Judith Wechsler Le film sur l’art: entre histoire de l’art et documentaire de création. Presses Universitaires de Rennes dans la collection “Le Spectaculaire-Cinéma” 2015
  • “Daumier and Censorship, 1866-1872,” Out of Sight: Political Censorship in the Visual Arts in Nineteenth Century France, Yale French Studies, vol. 22, 2013.
  • “Daumier and Censorship” Cartoon America, Library of Congress, Abrams, N.Y. 2006.
  • “Parisian Panorama,” Cities and Suburbs, an introduction to comparative cultural studies. NTT Publishing Co. Tokyo, 2004
  • “L’artiste et son modelle,” Tim: Etre de Son Temps, Herscher, Paris, 2003
  • “Daumier juge la justice,” La Justice de Daumier à nos jours, Somogy, Paris, 1999
  • Cézanne: Sensation/Perception,” Cézanne aujourd’hui, Musée d’Orsay, 1997 [articles based on conference proceedings]
  • “El Lissitsky’s Interchange Stations: The Spirit and the Letter.” The Jew in the Text, ed. L.Nochlin and T. Garb. Thames and Hudson, Ltd. London, 1995
  • “Bewegung und Zeit in den Zeichnungen Daumiers,” Honoré Daumier, Zeichnungen, Stuttgart, 1993
  • “Movement in the Drawings of Daumier: Still and still moving.” Translation of “Bewegung und Zeit in den Zeichnungen Daumiers.” In Daumier Drawings, Abrams, 1993
  • “Lavater, Stereotype and Prejudice,” The Faces of Physiognomy, Camden House, N.J.1992
  • “Art History and Films on Arts,” Art on Screen, Metropolitan Museum of Art, G.K. Hall, 1992
  • “Caricature and Medicine,” The Picture of Health, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1992
  • “Daumier: Gender and Gesture,” Femmes d’esprit. Women in Daumier’s Caricature, University Press of New England, Lebanon,N.H. 1990.
  • Gyorgy Kepes the MIT years, 1947-1977. MIT Press, 1978
  • “A Change in the Iconography of the Song of Songs in XII and XIII century Latin Bibles,” Texts and Responses. Brill, 1975

Catalog Essays

  • Daumier and the Saltimbanques, “Daumier ist Ungeheuer” Exhibition Berlin, Stiftung Brandenburg Tor in Max Lieberman Haus, 2013
  • “Daumier and Allegory.” Exhibition catalog. Royal Academy of Art, London, 2013
  • Hugh Townley. Wheaton College, 2008
  • Cézanne’s Bather and Matisse drawing for Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, 2009.
  • “Impressionism” and five catalogue entries on Pissarro and one on Forain for Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Paintings in the Israel Museum. Abrams, N.Y. 2006
  • “Images de Rachel,” Rachel, une vie pour le théatre. Biron, Paris, 2004
  • Entries on Paul Cézanne, Lyonel Feininger, in Masters of Color-Derain to Kandinsky—Masterpieces from the Merzbacher Collection, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2003
  • “Shirley Jaffe, les jouissances du jeu,” Shirley Jaffee. Musée Céret, 1999
  • Hugh Townley. Newport Art Museum, 1984
  • Robert Moskowitz, Hayden Gallery, MIT, 1971

Reviews

  • Michael Marrinen, Romantic Paris: Histories of a Cultural Landscape, 1800-1850. Stanford University Press, 2009 in Sehepunkt, 2010.
  • Segolene LeMen, Courbet. Sehepunkt/Kunstgeschichte, Ausgabe 10 (2008)
  • Petra ten-Doesschate Chu. The Most Arrogant Man in France: Gustave Courbet and Nineteenth Century Media Culture Sehepunkt/ Rezensions-journal fur dies Geschichtswissenschaften Ausgabe 8 (2008) nr. 1
  • Ross King, The Judgement of Paris. Manet, Meissonnier and an Artistic Revolution, Rezensiert von: Sehepunkte 7 (2007), Nr. 1
  • Mary Gluck, Popular Bohemia. Modernism and Urban Culture in Nineteenth Century Paris, Sehepunkte. Ausgabe 6 (2006) nr.3.
  • John Harvey, “Men in Black,” Essays in Criticism, 1997
  • Anne McCauley, “Industrial Madness,” “Molly Nesbit, Atget’s Seven Albums,” The Art Bulletin. 1995
  • “Julian Schnabel. A propos de son film, “Before Night Falls,” Zeuxis. Films sur l’Art., no. 3, 2001.
  • Artforum. 5 Reviews, 1967
  • “Why Scale? Scale in American Sculpture in the 1960s,” Art News, 66, 1967

Films (selected)

  • Svetlana Boym: Exile and Imagination, 60 min. 2017, Distributed by MOMA, Circulating Film Library
  • Aby Warburg, Metamorphosis and Memory. 60 min. 2016. Distributed by MOMA, Circulating Film Library
  • “The Passages of Walter Benjamin,” 55 min. 2014. Distributed by MOMA: Circulating film library.
  • Nahum Glatzer and the German Jewish Tradition, 60 min. 2011. Distributed by National Center for Jewish Film.
  • Gustave Courbet: Dreaming the Modern, 26 min., 2009. A film for the Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt.
  • Le Dessein de Nymphéas, [English version—“Monet’s Waterlillies: Design and Intention”] in collaboration with Jean-Paul Fargier. 45 minutes, 2007 commissioned by Musée National de l’Orangerie, Paris, for its reopening.
  • Les Nympheas: le grand reve de Monet: 52 min, 2006. Directed by Jean-Paul Fargier in collaboration with Judith Wechsler. A film for France 5 television.
  • Rachel de la Comédie-Francaise, 52 minutes. In co-production with La Comédie-Francaise, Paris and L’Institut National de l’Audiovisuel. 2003. Première, Comédie-Francaise. (Rachel of the Comedie Francaise is being distributed by the The National Center for Jewish Film, Brandeis University.
  • Honoré Daumier: Il faut être de son temps, 52 minutes. Réunion des Musées Nationaux, Paris. 1999. Première, Musée du Louvre, Paris.
  • Honoré Daumier, One must be of one’s time (USA première), Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
  • Image and Enterprise: The Photography of Adolph Braun, 22 minutes. Rhode Island School of Design Museum. Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, Washington, D.C. 1998
  • Dessiner, la main qui pense, 53 minutes. Musée du Louvre, Paris. 1996. Première, Louvre, Paris
  • Titian: ‘Venus and Adonis.’ 20 minutes. J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. 1994
  • Harry Callahan, 30 minutes. Distributed by Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), New York. 1993
  • Aaron Siskind: Making Pictures, 30 minutes. Distributed by MOMA. 1991
  • Jasper Johns: Take an Object, with Hans Namuth, 30 minutes. Distributed by MOMA. 1991
  • The Painter’s World: Changing Constants of Art from the Renaissance to the Present. 1984-89
    Six 30-minute films broadcast by WGBH-TV, Boston and Channel 4, London:
    • The Training of Painters
    • The Artist and the Nude
    • The Arrested Moment
    • Portraits
    • Abstraction
    • Painting and the Public
  • Edouard Manet:Painter of Modern Life, 30 minutes. Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY. 1982
  • Pissarro: At the Heart of Impressionism, 20 minutes. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1981, Distributed by MOMA.
  • Cézanne: The Late Work, 10 minutes. Co-directed with Charles Eames, 1978
  • Daumier, Paris and The Spectator, 18 minutes. Co-directed with Charles Eames, 1977

Exhibitions Curated

  • Rachel, une vie pour le théatre, 1821-1858. Musée d’art et d’histoire du Judaisme, Paris, 2004
  • Honoré Daumier, Brandeis University, 1990
  • Robert Moskowitz, Hayden Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1971

Lectures and Screenings (selected)

  • Harvard University, premier of Svetlana Boym film 2017
  • MIT, Program in Art, Culture and Technology, 2017
  • Ecole des hautes etudes en sciences sociales, 2017
  • “L’Histoire de l’art par l’Image” Institut national de l’histoire de l’art, 2016
  • Warburg-Haus, Hamburg, 2016
  • Goethe Institute, London, 2015
  • Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival, 2015
  • CUNY Graduate Center, NY. 2015
    Institut national d’histoire de l’art, Paris. 2015
    LiteraturHaus, Berlin
  • Center for European Studies, Harvard University 2014
  • Two Lectures on relationships of text and image in film editing. The Editorial Institute, Boston University. 2014
  • Benjamin’s “Arcades Project” and the task of the filmmaker. Tufts University. 2014
  • Psychological references in the film on Benjamin. The Roazin psychoanalytic group, Boston. 2014
  • Screenings with Q&A of “The Passages of Walter Benjamin”: Haunted Reflections. A conference on Walter Benjamin sponsored by Berkeley, City Lights Bookstore and the Goethe Institute, San Francisco.
  • The Center for European Studies, Harvard University. Sponsored by Jews in Modern Europe Study Study Group; Harvard Colloquium for Intellectual History; Contemporary Europe Study Group; Consulate General of Germany in Boston; Goethe-Institut Boston; Worship and Study Minyan, Harvard Hillel; Harvard Center for Jewish Studies. 2014
  • Brandeis University. Sponsored by Center for German and European Studies, History of Ideas program. 2014
  • “Hagar and Ishmael” Sermon for Harvard Hillel Rosh ha-Shanah service. 2013
  • Screenings of “Nahum Glatzer and the German Jewish Tradition” at Alliance Israelite Universelle, Paris, 2011; Center for European Studies, Harvard; Brandeis University; Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem; Goethe Institute, Jerusalem; American Academy in Berlin; University of Frankfurt. 2012
  • Lecture at Ben Gurion University, Israel, “Puns and Permutations in 19th century political caricature.” 2012
  • Lecture at Sam Spiegel Film School, Jerusalem, “Making films on Art” 2012
  • University of Lausanne, conference on Art on Film, lecture, panel discussing my work and screenings of my films at the Lausanne Cinemathèque. 2011.
  • Mini series of my films at the Wadsworth Athenaeum and Charter Oak Cultural Foundation, 2011
  • Nahum N. Glatzer and the Transmission of German-Jewish Learning,” American Academy Berlin and University of Heidelberg, 2010, Boston University, 2011.
  • College Art Association, Paper, “Daumier’s New Women”, 2009.
  • “Filming Daumier,” colloquium Art, Perception, Cognition, Ecole Normale Superieur and
    INHA (Institut National de l’histoire de l’art, Paris). 2008
  • Conference on photography and film Ecole Normale Superieur and INHA (Institut National de l’histoire de l’art, Paris). Invited paper and screening. Movement in the photographs of Aaron Siskind and Harry Callahan, 2008
  • Screenings and introduction of “Monet’s Waterlillies” at Wadsworth Athaneum, Technion, Haifa, Department of Landscape Architecture, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Dept of art history and French dept. 2008
  • Screening of Rachel de la Comedie Francaise, Hebrew University, Dept of art history and theater department. 2008
  • Screening of Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 2008
  • “Daumier, Political Women, Allegorical Women.” Colloquium, Linda Nochlin and the Legacy of Feminism, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 2007
  • “Monet’s WaterLillies,” Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2007
  • “Puns and Permutations in Daumier and Grandville” Keynote address for Graduate Student Annual Symposium, at Boston University, 2006
  • “Ungerer and the Tradition of Caricature,” Boston Public Library, Ungerer Symposium, 2005
  • “Rachel and Romanticism” a screening of the Rachel film. Dahesh Museum, 2005
  • “Répresenter Rachel à l’écran,” Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, 2004
  • “Dessiner pour Penser,” in series “Art, Creation, Cognition.” Ecole Normale Supérieure, 2003
  • “The Spectator in 19th Century Paris, ”Dartmouth College Summer French Institute, 2002
  • Respondant at conference, “Modern Jewry and the Arts,” University of Pennsylvania, 2001
  • Chaired session, Daumier Colloquium, Musée d’Orsay, 2001
  • “Daumier and Contemporary Caricature” Galeries nationales du Grand Palais, Paris, co-organized and co-chaired panel, in conjunction with the Daumier exhibition, 2001
  • “Daumier and Pat Oliphant,” Philips Collection, Washington, D.C. 2001
  • Films du Louvre, L’Oeuvre en Direct. Series, Essais d’interpretation. Dessiner, la main qui pense, 2001
  • Painting Style/Filming Style. Conference on Rembrandt on Film, Stadel Museum, Frankfurt-am Main, 2000
  • Inaugural lecture, “El Lissitzky et le sens mystique de la lettre, ” Musée d’art et d’histoire du Judaisme, Paris, 1999
  • “The Hebrew Letter as icon and index in the early work of El Lissitzky,” in conference “Image, Icon, Text,” Princeton University, 1999
  • “The Spirit of the Hebrew Letter: Sign and Icon in El Lissitzky.” In conference “El Lissitzky, New Perspectives, ” Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, 1998
  • Keynote address. “Ophelia and the Representation of Madness,” International Theater Conference. Mainz, Germany, 1998
  • “Making a film on Jasper Johns” Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, in series “Art History and Film,” 1998
  • Drawing, the Thinking Hand. Talk and screening at Carpenter Center, Harvard University, 1997
  • Drawing, the Thinking Hand. Städel Museum, Frankfurt-am-Main, 1997
  • “Cézanne: Sensation/Perception,” Cézanne symposium. Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1996
  • “Cézanne: Sensation/Perception.” Cézanne colloquium. Musée d’Orsay, Paris, 1996
  • La Pantomime et le Moment photographique” Nadar Colloquium, Musée d’Orsay, 1994
  • Making films on Art.” Filmmakers colloquium, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 1994
  • To see and be seen: perspectives on the spectator,” Nadar Symposium, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, 1992
  • Lavater, Stereotype and Prejudice,” Lavater Conference. Dartmouth College, 1992
  • Daumier’s Parisian Types.” Sacker Memorial lecture, Mt. Holyoke College, 1992
  • Art History and the Art Market.” Sacker Memorial Lecture, Mt. Holyoke College,1991
  • Organized conference “Art History and Film,” Tufts University. Program for Art on Film, sponsored by Metropolitan Museum of Art and J. Paul Getty Trust, 1991
  • “Sound and Images in Films on Art.” Conference. Program for Art on Film and USC School of Cinema-TV, sponsored by The Metropolitan Museum of Art and J. Paul Getty Trust, 1991
  • Respondent. Session on Caricature and Comics. College Art Association, 1991
  • Moderator of panel “Creative Solutions: The Challenge of Art on Film.” Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, 1990
  • Towards a Theory and Practice of Art on Film.” College Art Association, 1990
  • “Illustrations to Samuel Beckett’s Books.” Technische Universität, Berlin, 1989
  • “From Rhetoric to Slang in Daumier’s Gestures” Center for European Studies, Harvard University, 1989
  • “Daumier’s Body Language,” Caricature conference. University of Toronto, 1989
  • “Science, Humanities, and the Arts,” Organized and chaired panel. American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1989
  • “Models and Metaphors in Art and Science: Cross –Disciplinary Exhibitions,” New England Museum Association, 1989
  • “Filming Art.” Lecture and screening of my films. American Academy of Arts and Science, Cambridge, MA. 1989
  • “Daumier and the Theater,” Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1989
  • “Daumier and the Physiognomic Tradition” Daumier Colloquium, University of Bielefeld, Germany, 1984
  • “Making films on art.” Lecture and screening of Cézanne, Pissarro, Manet. American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Cambridge, MA. 1984
  • “The Depiction of the Passions from the 17-19th Century,” Institute for the Humanities, New York University, 1984
  • “Films on Art,” MIT Conference on New Media, New Technologies, 1983
  • “Art Historian as Filmmaker,” College Art Association, 1982
  • “Pissarro, Impressionism, and the Image of the City,” Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 1981
  • “Films for Museums,” American Association of Museums, 1981
  • “Painting Styles and Camera Moves,” Stanford University Design Conference, 1981
  • “Aesthetics in Science” keynote address for conference on art and science, University of California, Santa Cruz, 1979
  • “Mininmalism and Industrial Fabrication,” Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, 1979
  • “Science and Aesthetic Sensibility” Semiotic Society annual meeting, Brown University, 1979
  • “Daumier and the Spectator,” symposium, “Popular Sources of Realism and Romanticism,” University of California, Santa Barbara, 1977
  • Organized, chaired and introduced symposium “Science as Drama,” American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1976
  • Organized, chaired, and introduced lecture series “Humanitas: an Evolving Perspective.” Technology and Culture. Massachusettes Institute of Technology, 1975-76
  • “Romanticism and the Rise of Subjectivity in 19th Century Painting,” Yale University, 1975
  • Invited Participant, Conference on Science and Values: an Interdisciplinary Approach, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1975

Awards, Fellowships, Grants

  • Van Leer Senior Visiting Fellow, 2012
  • Bogliasco Foundation Fellowship, 2012
  • Miller Reel Award for Documentary Film, 2011
  • Fellow. American Academy in Berlin, January-May 2010.
  • Jewish Communal Fund, for a film on Nahum Glatzer, 2008
  • Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, by the French Government, 2007
  • Mellon Foundation Faculty Research Grant, for the film Rachel of the Comédie-Francaise 2003
  • Merrin Family Grant for the film Rachel of the Comédie-Francaise 2003
  • Harriet Ames Charitable Trust Grant for Rachel of the Comédie-Francaise 2003
  • Ames Charitable Trust Grant for the film Honoré Daumier, One Must be of One’s Time 1999
  • Tufts University Distinguished Faculty Award, 1997
  • Florence Gould Foundation Grant for the film Drawing, the Thinking Hand 1994
  • Ames Charitable Trust Grant for the filmDrawing, the Thinking Hand 1994
  • CINE Golden Eagle Award, 1992, for the film Aaron Siskind 1990
  • Scholar in Residence, Tufts University European Center, Talloires, France, 1991
  • Red Ribbon, Chicago International Film Festival, 1991, for the film Aaron Siskind 1990
  • CINE Golden Eagle Award, 1989, for the film Portraits 1988, from the six-part series The Painter’s World: Changing Constants of Art from the Renaissance to the Present (The Painter’s World) 1984-89
  • Red Ribbon, American Film Festival, for the film Portraits 1988.
  • CINE Golden Eagle Award. 1988, for the film The Arrested Moment 1988, from the series, The Painter’s World
  • NEH grant for Portraits 1988 and Abstraction 1989.
  • National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) grant, 1987-89, for the series The Painter’s World
  • Arthur Vining Davis Foundation Grant, 1986-89, for the series The Painter’s World
  • NEH Grant, 1985-86, for the film The Arrested Moment 1988 in the series The Painter’s World
  • NEH Grant, 1984-85 for the film The Artist and the Nude 1984 in the series The Painter’s World
  • CINE Golden Eagle Award, 1985, for the film The Artist and the Nude 1984 in the series, The Painter’s World
  • CINE Golden Eagle Award, 1984, for the film Edouard Manet. Painter of Modern Life (1983)
  • NEH grant, 1983-84, for writing scripts for the series The Painter’s World
  • NEA grant 1980-81 for the film Pissarro, at the Heart of Impressionism 1981
  • NEH grant, 1975, to edit the book On Aesthetics in Science 1978
  • NEH grant, Summer 1973 for research on the relationship of caricature to pantomime in nineteenth century Paris.

Boards, Juries, Panels

  • Fulbright Fellowship Selection Committee for Film, 2014, 2015, 2016
  • Jury, Chateaubriand Fellowship. French Embassy in DC. 2009
  • Advisory Board, Swann Collection of Caricature, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
    Fellowship committee. 1995-present
  • Foreign correspondent, Zeuxis, Magazine de Cinéma, Paris, 2000 –2007.
  • National Screening Committee for the Fulbright Program, Institute of International Education, N.Y. 2004
  • Chateaubriand fellowship committee, France Embassy, Washington, D.C. 2003-2015
  • Visiting Committee, Art history graduate program, Boston University, 2001
  • PhD Thesis defense committees. Sorbonne and Paris VI, 1998, 1999.