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Art history educator

Joan Rebekah Brahman, American art history educator. Volunteer Shelter for Homeless Women, Atlanta, 1990-1993; member advisory committee for adult enrichment educational program Temple Beth-El, Providence, 1998-1999. Member College Art Association, International Center Medieval Art, Am Academy Religion, Association Jewish Studies and Albright Institute, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Brahman, Joan Rebekah was born on September 15, 1961 in Grants, New Mexico, United States. Daughter of Dennis E. Branham and Frances L. Rogers.

Education

Bachelor in Humanities, Florida State University, 1983. Master of Arts in Art and Religious History, Florida State University, 1985. Diplome d'études françaises, University Strasbourg, France, 1986.

Doctor of Philosophy in Art History, Emory University, 1993.

Career

Teaching assistant religion department Florida State University, 1983. Teaching assistant art history department Emory University, Atlanta, 1989-1992. Assistant professor art and art history Providence College, 1995-1999, associate professor, since 1999.

Consultant Oxford (England) University Press, 1994, Discovery Channel, 1996-1999, Getty Center for History of Art and Humanities, 1995-1996, Journal of Society Architectural Historians.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles, reviews, essays to professional publications and books.

Membership

Volunteer Shelter for Homeless Women, Atlanta, 1990-1993. Member advisory committee for adult enrichment educational program Temple Beth-El, Providence, 1998-1999. Member College Art Association, International Center Medieval Art, Am Academy Religion, Association Jewish Studies and Albright Institute, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Gary Glassman, June 21, 1996. 1 child, Manya Branham Glassman.

father:
Dennis E. Branham

mother:
Frances L. Rogers

spouse:
Gary Glassman

child:
Manya Branham Glassman Brahman