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Marianne Eggler-Gerozissis

Adjunct Assistant ProfessorMarianna Eggler-Gerozissis

Office Location: Business and Liberal Arts Center, Room B634
Email: [email protected] 

As an art and design historian, critic and scholar specializing in modern European and American architecture and design of the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries, I currently serve as Adjunct Assistant Professor at SUNY Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. A native New Yorker, I began my career in the NYC art gallery and auction house field, and served as museum educator at The Museum of Modern Art for over two decades. My own research explores the modern domestic interior, and my doctoral work investigates the oeuvre of Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich from an interdisciplinary perspective.

Education

BA, University of Rochester
MPhil, The Graduate School and University Center, City University of New York

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Selected Publications

2018 Marianne Eggler, Erica Morawski and Sara Desverine Reed, “The case of William Pahlmann: Challenging the canon of modern design,” in Design History Beyond the Canon, eds. Jennifer Kaufmann-Buhler, Victoria Rose Pass and Christopher S. Wilson (London: Bloomsbury, 2019), 189-208.

2016 Hitler at Home, by Despina Stratigakos, book review in Design & Culture, Vol. 8, No. 3 (Nov. 2016), 382-384.

“Imperial Anxiety and Aggressive Décor: Imaging the Domestic Interior of German Kaiserreich,” in Visualizing the Nineteenth-Century Home: Modern Art and the Decorative Impulse, ed. Anca Lasc, London: Taylor & Frances, 2016

2015 “Paul Scheerbart, Josiah McElheny, and the Artist as Magus,” book review of Glass! Love!! Perpetual Motion!!!: A Paul Scheerbart Reader, eds. Josiah McElheny and Christine Burgin, in The Journal of Architecture 20(5): 919-922, Oct. 20, 2015

2009 "Divide and Conquer: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich’s Fabric Partitions at the Tugendhat House," Studies in the Decorative Arts, journal of The Bard Graduate Center for Studies in Design, Decorative Arts and Culture, Spring–Summer 2009 (Volume XVI, Number 2) 

2001 “Afrikanischestrasse Municipal Housing,” p. 206, and “Exhibition House and Apartment for a Bachelor,” 264, in Barry Bergdoll and Terence Riley, eds., Mies in Berlin (New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 2001)

Courses

  • HA 111 – History of Western Art and Civilization: Ancient Prehistory Through the Middle Ages
  • HA 112 – History of Western Art and Civilization: Renaissance to the Modern Era
  • HA 203 – History of Decorative Arts: Jewelry and Metalwork
  • HA 214 – Art in New York
  • HA 220 – History of Interior Design: The Modern Interior as Space and Image
  • HA 332 – Modern Architecture
  • HA 345 – Industrial Design
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