Faculty Profile for Dr. Anastasia Easterday
Biography and EducationPh.D., 1997, UCLA, Modern Art
Dissertation: Charting a Course in an Intractable Profession: Women
Sculptors in 19-Century France
M.A., 1991, UCLA, Modern Art
Thesis: The Gendered Frame of Genius and Muse: Accessible
Presentations of Claudel and van Gogh
B.A., 1989, Oberlin College, Art History / Studio Art
Teaching InterestsArt 2313
Research Interests19th Century women sculptors
Selected Scholarly/Creative Work
- Easterday, A. (2000). “A Woman’s Normal Hardship: Hélène Bertaux and Second Empire Patronage,” PART (CUNY e-journal), (Fall 2000). PART.
- Easterday, A. (2000). “Jill Bedgood: Deadly Sins & Worldly Virtues,” exhibition review for Women & Their Work Gallery, Austin, TX, (March 2000). Women and Their Work Gallery.
- Easterday, A. (1999). “The Sculpture of Virginia Fleck,” exhibition review for Women & Their Work Gallery, Austin, TX, (March 1999).
- Easterday, A. (1997). “Labour, Honneur, Douleur: the Sculpture of Julie Charpentier, Félicie de Fauveau, and Marie d’Orleans,” Woman’s Art Journal, (Fall 1997). Woman’s Art Journal.
- Easterday, Anastasia. Southwestern University Cullen Grant, summer research stipend (1998), Southwestern University, Private / Foundation / Corporate. (Submitted: 1998, Funded: 1998). Grant.
- Easterday, Anastasia. Center for the Study of Women Travel Grant (UCLA), (1993-94), UCLA, State. (Submitted: 1993, Funded: 1993). Grant.