Jillian Lerner

Assistant Professor of Teaching
location_on Lasserre 212

Research Area

Education

PhD (Columbia)

About

Jillian Lerner specializes in nineteenth-century visual culture, with an emphasis on print, early photography, and commercial visual attractions. She studied art history at Columbia University, completing her PhD in 2006 under the direction of Jonathan Crary and Anne Higonnet.

Her research has appeared in Grey Room, History of Photography, and Oxford Art Journal. She is the author of two books: Graphic Culture: Illustration and Artistic Enterprise in Paris, 1830–1848 (McGill-Queens University Press, 2018) and Experimental Self-Portraits in Early French Photography, published by Routledge in 2020.

 

 


Research

History of photography, nineteenth-century visual culture, media studies


Jillian Lerner

Assistant Professor of Teaching
location_on Lasserre 212

PhD (Columbia)

Jillian Lerner specializes in nineteenth-century visual culture, with an emphasis on print, early photography, and commercial visual attractions. She studied art history at Columbia University, completing her PhD in 2006 under the direction of Jonathan Crary and Anne Higonnet.

Her research has appeared in Grey Room, History of Photography, and Oxford Art Journal. She is the author of two books: Graphic Culture: Illustration and Artistic Enterprise in Paris, 1830–1848 (McGill-Queens University Press, 2018) and Experimental Self-Portraits in Early French Photography, published by Routledge in 2020.

 

 

History of photography, nineteenth-century visual culture, media studies

Jillian Lerner

Assistant Professor of Teaching
location_on Lasserre 212

PhD (Columbia)

Jillian Lerner specializes in nineteenth-century visual culture, with an emphasis on print, early photography, and commercial visual attractions. She studied art history at Columbia University, completing her PhD in 2006 under the direction of Jonathan Crary and Anne Higonnet.

Her research has appeared in Grey Room, History of Photography, and Oxford Art Journal. She is the author of two books: Graphic Culture: Illustration and Artistic Enterprise in Paris, 1830–1848 (McGill-Queens University Press, 2018) and Experimental Self-Portraits in Early French Photography, published by Routledge in 2020.

 

 

History of photography, nineteenth-century visual culture, media studies