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Assistant Lecturer, FTRC, Art History
Email: email@example.com Office: VA 105
B.A., Wilfrid Laurier University
M.A., McMaster University
M.M.St., University of Toronto
Ph.D., University of Louisville, 2016
Tracey Eckersley (Ph.D. University of Louisville) has a background in archaeological and museological practice and has worked as a registrar, curator, and exhibit designer at museums in North America and abroad. In addition to her research on Late Antique church mosaics and visual representations of patronage in the ancient Mediterranean, Dr. Eckersley has presented extensively on active learning and digital pedagogies. In 2014, she was the Burton MacDonald Sampson Fellow at the American Center of Oriental Research in Amman, Jordan.
Before coming to the University of Wyoming, Dr. Eckersley taught at the Kentucky College of Art and Design at Louisville’s Spalding University. She teaches ancient, medieval, Byzantine and Renaissance art, while her seminar courses include early Christian and Islamic visual culture, art in the Crusader period, gender and race in the pre-modern era, and the reception of ancient and medieval art in modern media. In the summer of 2022, Dr. Eckersley will be taking students to Europe to experience the Venice Biennale and documenta as part of the UW Honor College’s study abroad program.