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Art history educator

Kim Deborah Sichel, American art history educator. Foundation Singer-Polignac grantee, Paris, 1987, Councilium for West European Studies grantee, 1989-1990; National Museum Act fellow Yale Art Gallery, 1982-1983, Georges Lurcy fellow, 1983-1984, National Endowment of the Humanities Teachers fellow, 1994-1995, Bunting Institute, 1994-1995. Member College Art Association.

Background

Sichel, Kim Deborah was born on December 31, 1955 in New York City. Daughter of E. Otto and Anne (Mayer) Sichel.

Education

AB, Brown University, 1977. Master of Arts, Yale University, 1981. Master of Philosophy in Art History, Yale University, 1983.

Doctor of Philosophy in Art History, Yale University, 1986.

Career

Part-time lecturer Yale University, New Haven, 1985-1986. Visiting assistant professor Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1986-1987. Director Boston University Art Gallery, 1992-1998.

Assistant professor art history Boston University, 1987-2000, associate professor art history, since 2000, chair department art history, 2002—2005. Trustee Photograph Resource Center, Boston, 1990-2000, 02—. Advisory council Addison Gallery of America Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, since 1995.

Lecturer in field.

Works

Membership

Member College Art Association.

Connections

Daughter of E. Otto and Anne (Mayer) S. M. Richard Leonard Brown, October 9, 1988. Children: David Sichel Brown, Alexandra Sichel Brown.

father:
E. Otto Sichel

mother:
Anne (Mayer) Sichel

spouse:
Richard Leonard Brown

children:
David Sichel Brown Sichel

Alexandra Sichel Brown Sichel