- Assistant Professor
Monday/Wednesday 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Tuesday/Thursday 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
BiographyBridget Sandhoff is a native of northwest Iowa and studied at The University of Iowa under the supervision of Dr. Richard D. De Puma. She received her Ph.D. in 2007, writing her dissertation on androgynous imagery in Etruscan art. Along with the Etruscans, she also specializes in the art of Egypt, the ancient Aegean, Greece
Research StatementMy research addresses several aspects of gender in Etruscan society as well as the rest of the ancient Mediterranean: androgyny, nudity, sexuality, beauty, the role of men and women and identity formation. In particular, my work explores the multiple ways that gender is visualized, especially on Praenestine
EducationPhD, University of Iowa
Scheduled TeachingSurvey of Western Art, Ancient Art History, Late Medieval Art
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