Philip Eliasoph [H NRP 1998]

 

First name: Philip ;
Middle name:
  ;
Last name:
Eliasoph ;

Member: Honorary non-resident patron member ; 
Begin:
1998 ;
End:
n/a ;

 

Biography:

Philip Eliasoph (born 1951) is an American art historian, critic and curator. Eliasoph began his teaching career in 1975 at Fairfield University where he is currently Professor of Art History in the Department of Visual & Performing Arts. He is also the Sam & Bettie Roberts Endowed Lecturer in Judaic Studies at the university’s Carl and Dorothy Bennett Center for Judaic Studies, a position he has held since 2005. In 1996, Eliasoph founded, and remains director and moderator, of the “Open VISIONS Forum,” a public affairs series held at Fairfield University’s Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts. Since 2016, Eliasoph has also been a faculty consultant for The New York Times digital inEducation blog, a global higher education platform.

 

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Digital-born document number:
SAL.2021.71712

Record birth date:
June 17, 2021

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