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Rachel M. Sailor
Assistant Professor, Art History
B.A., Oregon Sate University.
M.A., University of Oregon.
Ph.D., University of Iowa, 2007.
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Rachel Sailor earned her B.A. in Art History from Oregon State University, her M.A. from the University of Oregon, and her Ph.D. from the University of Iowa in 2007. She has published a number of articles and book reviews on the history of photography in the American West, including “Thomas Easterly’s Big Mound Daguerreotypes: A Narrative of Community” Amerikastudien/American Studies, issue 49.2 (2004); “Performing the Pioneer: The Kolbs, The Grand Canyon and Photographic Self Representation in the 1910s,” The New Mexico Historical Review, Volume 84, No. 2, spring 2009; and “Overlooked and Forgotten: a Depression Era Mural in Tyler, Texas,” forthcoming in the Journal of the American Studies Association of Texas. She is also currently finishing her manuscript Local Landscape Photography of the Nineteenth-Century West and its Legacy for publication.
She has taught at the University of Iowa, Drake University, and the University of Texas at Tyler. She teaches nineteenth and twentieth-century European art, American art and photography, and a variety of courses on contemporary art.