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Art history educator

Linda Nochlin, American art history educator. Fellow: American Philosophical Society, American Academy Arts and Sciences; member: American Association University Professors, College Art Association (Arthur Kingsley Porter Prize for article Gustave Courbet's Meeting: A Portrait as a Wandering Jew 1968, Frank Jewett Mather Prize 1978, Annual Recognition Award, Committee on Women and the Arts 1998), National Organization of Women, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Nochlin, Linda was born on January 30, 1931 in New York City. Daughter of Jules and Elka (Heller) Weinberg.

Education

Bachelor in philosophy, Vassar College, 1951. Master of Arts in English, Columbia University, 1952. Doctor of Philosophy in art history, New York University Institute Fine Arts, 1963.

Doctorate (honorary), Massachusetts College Art. Doctorate (honorary), Parsons School Design. Doctorate (honorary), Colgate University, 1987.

Doctor of Letters (honorary), Harvard University, 2003.

Career

Instructor Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1952-1963, assistant professor, 1963-1966, associate professor, 1966-1969, professor, 1969-1971, Mary Conover Mellon Professor Art History, 1971-1979. Distinguished professor art history City University of New York, 1980—1990. Professor art history and humanities Yale University, 1990—1992, Robert Lehman Professor Art History.

Lila Acheson Wallace Professor Modern Art New York University Institute Fine Arts, New York City, since 1993. Visiting professor Columbia University, New York City, 1967-1968, 75-76, Hunter College, New York City, 1970, Stanford University, 1971, City University of New York Graduate Center, New York City, 1975-1976. Member editorial board Yale Journal Criticism, Vassar Quarterly.

Works

Membership

Fellow: American Philosophical Society, American Academy Arts and Sciences. Member: American Association University Professors, College Art Association (Arthur Kingsley Porter Prize for article Gustave Courbet's Meeting: A Portrait as a Wandering Jew 1968, Frank Jewett Mather Prize 1978, Annual Recognition Award, Committee on Women and the Arts 1998), National Organization of Women, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Philip Nochlin (deceased 1960). 1 child Jessica; married Richard Pommer, June 3, 1968. 1 child Daisy.

father:
Jules Weinberg

mother:
Elka (Heller) Weinberg

spouses:
Philip Nochlin

Richard Pommer

children:
Jessica Nochlin

Daisy Nochlin