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medieval art history educator

Conrad Rudolph, American medieval art history educator. John Simmon Guggenheim fellowship. Member College Art Association (Millard Meiss Public fellow), International Center for Medieval Art, Medieval Academy American.

Background

Rudolph, Conrad was born on January 26, 1951 in Rock Island, Illinois, United States. Son of Richard C. and Mary Alice (Potter) Rudolph.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University of California at Los Angeles, 1985.

Career

Mellon postdoctoral research fellow University Pittsburgh, 1986-1987. Getty postdoctoral fellow Getty Research Center, Los Angeles, 1987-1988. Assistant professor University Notre Dame, Indiana, 1988-1991.

Associate professor University California, Riverside, 1991-1997, professor, since 1997.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Things of Greater Importance: Bernard of Clairvaux's Apologia and the Medieval Attitude Toward Art, 1990, Artistic Change at St.-Denis: Abbot Suger's Program and the Early Twelfth-Century Controversy Over Art, 1990, Violence and Daily Life: Reading, Art, and Polemics in the Citeaux Moralia in Job, 1997. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member College Art Association (Millard Meiss Public fellow), International Center for Medieval Art, Medieval Academy American.

Connections

Married Roberta Peterson, September 10, 1980. Children: Anna Katharina, John Caspar.

father:
Richard C. Rudolph

mother:
Mary Alice (Potter) Rudolph

spouse:
Roberta Peterson

child:
Anna Katharina Rudolph

child:
John Caspar Rudolph