Courses

Fall 2020

I am a proud recipient of the McMaster Student Union Teaching Award and am looking forward to meeting up with new and returning students in Fall 2020 in the two Virtual courses I will be offering, with e-attendance required on the following days and times:

  • Art History/History 3DF3: Art and Politics in Second Empire France
    Mondays 12:30-1:20 and Thursdays 11:30-1:20
  • History 769: Historical Representations of Cities: Paris in the 19th Century
    Tuesdays 9:30-12:20

Connect to course material on Avenue to Learn

Studio Art students interested in seeing examples of my multidisciplinary practice can consult my website alisonmcqueen.ca

Winter 2021

In the Winter semester I will be offering the following two courses:

  • Art History/History 2DF3: Art and Revolutions in France 1789-1914
    Days and Times TBA
  • Art History/History 4LP3: Cultural History of Paris, 1789-1914
    Mondays 1:30-3:20

Professor McQueen has taught the following undergraduate courses at McMaster:

  • Art History 1A03 Introduction to the Study of Art
  • Art History 1AA3 World Art & Cultural Heritage
  • Art History 2D03 19th- and 20th- Century Art and Visual Culture
  • Art History/History 2DF3 Art and Revolutions in France 1789-1914
  • Art History 3AA3 Contemporary Art and Visual Culture
  • Art History 3D03 Seventeenth-Century Art
  • Art History/History 3DF3: Art and Politics in Second Empire France
  • Art History/History 3JA3: The History of Art 1970 to the Present
  • Art History 3J03 Issues in Nineteenth-Century Art and Visual Culture
  • Art History 3P03 Issues in Studio Criticism
  • Arts & Science 3TR3: Trees Inquiry

The following undergraduate seminars:

  • Art History 4AA3 Contemporary Art and Visual Culture
    Topics include: Contemporary Art and the burden of Art History
  • Art History/History 4DF3: The History of Collecting
  • Art History 4E03 Art and Visual Culture 1400-1750
    Topics include: The Rise of the Cult of Rembrandt
  • Art History 4H03 Art and Visual Culture 1750 to the Present
    Topics include: Conceptual Art Practices, Art Patronage and Collecting, Psychological Theories and Visual Culture, Critical Issues in Manet Studies
  • Art History/History 4LP3: The Cultural History of Paris, 1789-1914

The following graduate seminars:

  • History 769 Historical Representations of Cities: Paris in the Nineteenth Century