Assistant Professor, Marywood University (1993-1998 half-time; 1998-present full-time) Allegheny College, Meadville, PA (1983-84)
The Pennsylvania State University (1980-83, 1989-92)
Selected Recent Professional Activities, Distinctions, Publications
Grant co-recipient and project co-director, three-year environmental artist series, "Fresh Perspectives, New Solutions: Visiting Environmental Artist Series," funded by Willary Foundation, 2006-2008
"Flight in the Swamp: Audubon's South in the 1830s," at College Art Association national conference, Atlanta, February 2005
"The Human Head Divine: Portrait Drawings by John James Audubon," at Portland Museum, Louisville, KY, February 2005
"Contested Land: Audubon and 'Our Original Western Meadows,'" at "Lewis and Clark: The Unheard Voices" international conference, Pennsylvania State University, November 2002
Going Modern in America," at Allentown Art Museum, February 2000
"Revisiting the Great Pine Swamp: John James Audubon as American Woodsman," at Art Culture Nature international conference, Seattle, July 1999
"By the Book: John James Audubon and the Tradition of Ornithological Illustration," Huntington Library Quarterly, Fall 1998
NEH Research Fellow, Winterthur Library, Spring 1998
"Art and Science," The History of Science in the United States: An Encyclopedia, Garland Publishing, 2001
Who's Who Among America's Teachers, 2002; 2000.
Dr. Linda Dugan Partridge is an art historian whose areas of specialization include the art of the United States and art of the modern period. Her current research focuses on connections between art and science. She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in art history, including Green Piece: Art and Nature in America; History of Postmodern Women: Literature and Art; Nineteenth-Century Art; Art of the Modern Era; History of American Illustration; and History of Graphic Design.