Dr. Anne Vuagniaux is an Associate Professor in the Art & Music Department at Bronx Community College. Her areas of research include the architecture and decorative arts of Renaissance France, and nineteenth-century American architecture. Her work has been published in journals including Source: Notes in the History of Art, Art Inquiries, and L’anello che non tiene. She regularly presents her research at international and regional conferences. Her work has been supported by grants through the Bronx Community College Foundation and the PSC-CUNY.
BA, University of Missouri, Art History and Archeology
PhD, City University of New York Graduate School & University Center, Art History
“The Settlement in the Salt Meadow: Housing in Steinway Village, 1870–1900,” Art Inquiries vol. XVII no. 4 (2019): 423–439.
“The Subjugation of Rome: Michelangelo’s Slaves at Ecouen,” Source: Notes in the History of Art, vol. 36 no. 2 (Winter 2017): 78–87.
“Pasolini in Light of Italian Renaissance Aesthetics,” L’anello che non tiene. Vols. 11–12, no 1–2 (Spring–Fall 2002): 99-111.
“The Field’s Edge,” Spun Tales (An anthology published by Myth and Lore Zine) Spring 2023.