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Art history educator

Mary Dubose Garrard, American art history educator. Fulbright scholar Italy, 1963-1964; American Council Learned Societies travel grantee, 1978-1979; American Association of University Women grantee, 1978-1979, National Endowment of the Humanities grantee, 1991-1992; Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education grantee (with Norma Broude), 1982.

Background

Garrard, Mary Dubose was born on July 25, 1937 in Greenwood, Mississippi, United States. Daughter of William M. and Lucile (Clark) Garrard.

Education

Bachelor, Newcomb College, 1958. Master of Arts, Harvard University, 1960. Doctor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, 1970.

Career

Assistant professor, The American U., Washington, 1964-1970;associate professor, The American U., Washington, 1971-1976;professor art history, The American U., Washington, since 1977.

Works

Membership

Member College Art Association (board directors 1978-1981), Renaissance Society of America, Women's Caucus for Art (president 1974-1976, mid-career achievement award 1991).

Connections

father:
William M. Garrard

mother:
Lucile (Clark) Garrard