Dorothy Limouze

Dorothy Limouze


  • Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, M.F.A., Ph.D., Department of Art & Archaeology.
  • Goucher College, Baltimore, MD, B.A., with General Honors, Honors in the Major, and Phi Beta Kappa.


  • Professor, Department of Art and Art History (formerly Department of Fine Arts), Fall, 2009 – present
  • L.M. and G. L Flint Professor of Art History,  Department of Art and Art History, St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY, Fall, 2010 – Summer, 2017
  • Associate Professor (with tenure), Department of Fine Arts,  Fall 1996 – Summer, 2009
  • Fine Arts Chair,  August, 2002 –  July, 2004,  January, 2007 – July, 2008
  • Lynn and Terry Birdsong Chair in the Arts,  August, 2002 – December, 2007
  • Assistant Professor, Fall, 1991 – Summer, 1996 
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Art, Bates College, Lewiston, ME, Fall, 1990 – Summer, 1991 
  • Lecturer, Department of Art & Archaeology, Princeton University, Spring term, 1990 
  • NEA Cataloguer of Dutch and Flemish Prints, Department of  Prints, Drawings, and Photographs, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, January, 1988 – March, 1989 
  • Area Editor for Central European Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, 1500 – 1800, The Dictionary of Art, Macmillan, Ltd., London, August, 1986 – December, 1987 


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At St. Lawrence University

  • First Year Program courses: Images of Africa; The Mystical West 
  • First Year Seminar course: Architecture: the Fabric of Cultures

Introductory courses: 

  • Art History Survey I  (Ancient – Medieval); Art History Survey II (Renaissance – Modern); 

200 level courses:

  • Ancient Art (Aegean, Greek, Etruscan, Roman); Art of the Middle Ages; Late Gothic Art; 
  • Northern Renaissance Art; Italian Renaissance Art; Baroque Art;


  • Museums (previously called The Museum as Cultural Crossroads);
  • Architecture: Symbol and Ideology (on symbols and meaning in Baroque and Modern Architecture);
  • The Body in Representation; 
  • Leonardo and Duerer;
  • The Art of Everyday Life, a Study of the Decorative Arts

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