Christine Filippone is Associate Professor of Art History and Women and Gender Studies at Millersville University, specializing in contemporary and 20th century art. Her book Science, Technology, and Utopias: Women Artists and Cold War America, published by Routledge Press, examines feminist aesthetic approaches to science and technology. Her research has been supported by a Mellon postdoctoral fellowship, an American Fellowship from the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and a Guggenheim Fellowship from the National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution. Filippone also has significant experience in museums and galleries. She served as Executive Director of The Print Center in Philadelphia (founded in 1915 as The Print Club), an art gallery and store dedicated to contemporary printmaking and photography. The Print Center Annual International Competition is one of the most prestigious and oldest juried exhibitions in the United States. She has also worked in curatorial departments at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art, International Center of Photography in New York and the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Art History, Contemporary Art, 20th Century Art, Women and Gender Studies, Art and Technology, Art and Systems Theory, Art and Cybernetics, Posthumanism, Ecological Art; Feminist performance, photomontage, film and video art; Conceptual Art; Public Sculpture; Earth Art; Art and the New Left.
travel, politics, hiking, cycling, good red wine, my puppy