James van Dyke

Assistant Professor, University of Missouri-Columbia

James A. van Dyke has published numerous articles and essays on German painting, visual culture, and politics in the 1920s and 1930s. His book, Franz Radziwill and the Contradictions of German Art History, 1919-1945 will appear with the University of Michigan Press in the autumn of 2010. He is currently working on an essay on torture and masculinity in George Grosz’s drawings of the early 1930s, on an essay examining Paul Klee’s satirical feminization of Adolf Hitler, and on a monographic study of Otto Dix. Van Dyke is Assistant Professor of European Modern Art at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

–> University of Missouri, Art History Department

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