Associate Professor, Visual Art & Art History

Shelley Hornstein is the recipient of the inaugural 2013-2014 AMPD eLearning Award for her Art History course Memory and PlaceThe course included audio mini lectures, synced with visuals to accompany text-based materials. Her research explores the intersection of memory and place in architectural and urban sites. She is currently working on projects that explore demolition, Google Earth and museums in virtual space, Starlets and Starchitecture, Jewish topographies, and architectural tourism.

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