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Jacob W. Lewis

Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History
Associate Academic Director of Photographic Preservation and Collections Management Program
PhD Art History, Northwestern University, 2012

522 Morey Hall
(585) 275-4285
jacobwlewis@rochester.edu

Courses Offered (subject to change)

  • AH 242  History of Photography I: 1839-1915
  • AH 224  History of Photography II: from 1915
  • AH 262  Impressionism and Post-Impressionism
  • AH 398  Photography and the Self
  • AH 316  Photography and the Everyday

Selected Publications

  • Photography’s Genre: Art and the Everyday in Nineteenth-Century France (in process).
  • "Charles Nègre and the Death of Emulation," in Photography and Failure: One Medium's Entanglement with Flops, Underdogs and Disappointments, Kris Belden-Adams (ed.)  Bloomsbury Academic (in process). 
  • “Gesture, Pose, Practice: Charles Nègre and the Image of Instantaneity,” in Is Paris Still the Capital of the Nineteenth Century? Essays on Art and Modernity, 1850–1900, S. Hollis Clayson and André Dombrowski (eds.) Ashgate (in process).
  • Reviews for Dissertation Reviews (2015) and caa.reviews (2015).
  • Catalogue essays in “Charles Nègre,” Sun Pictures no. 22, Hans P. Kraus, Jr. Fine Photographs, 2013.
  • Catalogue essays in Faking It: Manipulated Photography before Photoshop, Mia Fineman (ed.) Yale University Press, 2012.