Dr. Greeley teaches in the Art History Program. Click here to learn more!

Anne Greeley, DPhil (Oxon)

Associate Professor of Art History
Coordinator of Art History

Anne Greeley joined the IWU faculty as an Assistant Professor of Art History in 2012. She is a specialist in modern French and Italian painting, and her research centers on problems of metaphysics, religion, and intermediality in early twentieth-century painting. She holds masters and doctoral degrees from the University of Oxford, and her academic work has appeared in The Burlington Magazine, California Italian Studies, and Italica.

DPhil, University of Oxford
MSt, University of Oxford
BA, Westmont College 

Curriculum Vitae

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essayS and articles


Reconsidering Giorgio de Chirico’s early exhibition history: ‘The red tower’ and ‘The enigma of a day’

Burlington Magazine

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Giorgio De Chirico

Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism


Giorgio de Chirico/Isabella Far, ‘Theater Performance’ (1942/45)

California Italian Studies


Cabaret voltaire

Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism