Kimberly Morse Jones

Kimberly Morse JonesAssociate Professor of Art History

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B.A., Humanities with an Art History Emphasis | Brigham Young University
M.A., British Literature and Visual Arts | University of Reading (UK)
Ph.D., History of Art | University of Reading (UK)

Professor Jones teaches courses on 18th-century, 19th-century, 20th-century art and contemporary art, as well as African art, Latin American art, theories of art and women artists.

Her area of specialty is late 19th-century and early 20th-century British art and art criticism. She has published several articles and book chapters. Her first book, “Elizabeth Robins Pennell: Nineteenth-Century Pioneer of Modern Art Criticism” (Ashgate), was published in July 2015. Her second book, “Elizabeth Robins Pennell: Critical Essays” co-edited with Dave Buchanan, was published by Edinburgh University Press in April 2021.

Research interests include: Victorian and Edwardian art, art criticism, feminism, art market, art collecting, women artists, theory, Whistler, visual culture of cycling, British illustration, history of modern design, comics, architecture and textiles.