Prof Jennifer Johung

Jennifer Johung

Associate Professor

Office: Mitchell Hall 147C
Phone: (414) 229-2819
Personal Web Page:
Curriculum Vitae: pdf


Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, Performance Studies, 2008
Postgraduate Research Fellow, Oxford University (Lady Margaret Hall), 2001-2003
M.A., University of Surrey, London: Art and Performance Theory, 2001
B.A., Brown University: English and American Literature (with honors), 1998

Research/Teaching Interests:

Contemporary Art and Architecture in a global context; Performance Studies, Theory, and Art; Phenomenology; Visual Studies; Spatial and Urban Studies; New Media Art, Virtual Architecture, and Digital Culture; Bio-technology, Art, and Architecture; Science and Technology Studies

Courses Taught:

Post 1970s Art
Trends in Contemporary Architecture
The History and Theory of New Media Art
Art and Performance
Introduction to Museum Studies

Other Relevant Professional Activities:

Director of Art History Gallery

Recent Publications:

Replacing Home: From Primordial Hut to Digital Network in Contemporary Art, University of Minnesota Press, January 2012.

Landscapes of Mobility: Culture, Politics, and Placemaking, Co-editor, with Arijit Sen, Under contract at Ashgate Press.

"Replacing the Hut: Dan Graham's Two-Way Mirror Cylinder Inside Cube," Architectural Strategies in Contemporary Art, Isabelle Loring Wallace and Nora Wendl, eds., Ashgate Press, Dec. 2012.

"Take Two: Learning from Second Life," Spaces and Flows: The Journal of Urban and Extra-Urban Studies, Volume 1, 2011.

"Sustainably Dependent: Bio-Architectural Living Spaces," World Picture, Issue 5, March 2011.

"Life Cycles: Strange Vegetation and Architectural Symbiosis," 2011.

"Falling Still: Yevgeniya Kaganovich and Nathaniel Stern," 2010.

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