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E. Johnson J.

Art History Professor

Williams College

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Email: e***@***.edu

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Williams College

100 Spring Street Suite 201

Williamstown, Massachusetts 01267

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1793, Williams College is the second oldest institution of higher learning in Massachusetts. The college's 2,000 students are taught by a faculty noted for the quality of their teaching and research, and the achievement of academic goals includ ... more

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Affiliations

AMO Committee Member
US-Management

Education

Bachelor of Arts

Williams College

Master of Arts

New York University's Institute of Fine Arts

Ph.D.

New York University's Institute of Fine Arts

Web References (20 Total References)


"It's almost as if they were ...

www.artforum.com [cached]

"It's almost as if they were getting revenge for what MoMA did to their Folk Art Museum," said E. J. Johnson, an art history professor at Williams College. "It's totally insensitive to the Moore building. Johnson was referring to the controversy surrounding MoMA's decision to raze the next-door Folk Art Museum site designed by the duo's firm.


"It's almost as if they were ...

artforum.com [cached]

"It's almost as if they were getting revenge for what MoMA did to their Folk Art Museum," said E. J. Johnson, an art history professor at Williams College. "It's totally insensitive to the Moore building. Johnson was referring to the controversy surrounding MoMA's decision to raze the next-door Folk Art Museum site designed by the duo's firm.


"It's almost as if they were ...

www.artforum.com [cached]

"It's almost as if they were getting revenge for what MoMA did to their Folk Art Museum," said E. J. Johnson, an art history professor at Williams College. "It's totally insensitive to the Moore building. Johnson was referring to the controversy surrounding MoMA's decision to raze the next-door Folk Art Museum site designed by the duo's firm.


"It's almost as if they were ...

www.artforum.com [cached]

"It's almost as if they were getting revenge for what MoMA did to their Folk Art Museum," said E. J. Johnson, an art history professor at Williams College. "It's totally insensitive to the Moore building. Johnson was referring to the controversy surrounding MoMA's decision to raze the next-door Folk Art Museum site designed by the duo's firm.


"It's almost as if they were ...

www.artforum.com [cached]

"It's almost as if they were getting revenge for what MoMA did to their Folk Art Museum," said E. J. Johnson, an art history professor at Williams College. "It's totally insensitive to the Moore building. Johnson was referring to the controversy surrounding MoMA's decision to raze the next-door Folk Art Museum site designed by the duo's firm.

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