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Carmen Stonge, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts
Art History

College Hall 615
Phone: 412.396.5465


Ph.D., Art History, City University of New York
M.A., Art History and Criticism, State University of New York at Stony Brook
B.A., Art Studio, State University of New York at Stony Brook


Dr. Stonge specializes in nineteenth and twentieth century European art and American modern and contemporary painting and sculpture. Before joining Duquesne, Dr. Stonge taught at the College of Old Westbury (State University of New York). As the former director of the Amalie E. Wallace Gallery at Old Westbury, she has practical experience in museum curating and gallery administration, which contributes to her expertise and continuing research interest in art institutions and exhibitions. Her research interests include the history of patronage, collecting, German art, and women artists. Her publications include "Women and the Folkwang [Museum]," in the Woman's Art Journal, "Making Private Collections Public: Waagen and the Royal Museum of Berlin," in the Journal of the History of Collections, as well as several catalog raisson- and book reviews. She has also published book essays on German Expressionism and post World War I German art, and presented numerous conference papers. Dr. Stonge, a Summa Cum Laude graduate, is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, has received a Samuel Kress Foundation Fellowship for research in Art History, the Duquesne Russo Family Faculty Fellowship Award, and the Creative Teaching Award for her course on Women Artists. Her artworks are in collections in Europe and the United States.


ARHY 112 Art History: Renaissance to the Modern World
ARHY 161: Arts and the Human Experience
ARHY 331: Impressionism and Post Impressionism
ARHY 332: Art of the Twentieth Century
ARHY 360: German Art - 20th Century
ARHY 368: Dada and Surrealism
ARHY 376: Contemporary Art
ARHY 381: Art, Crime and Politics
ARHY 390: Women and Art
ARHY 400: Capstone Tutorial
ARHY 478: Art Internship