Dr. Rebecca Ziegler’s October Books
In case any of you missed it, Dr. Rebecca Ziegler is our Library Liaison. We can’t stress to you enough — Dr. Ziegler is a vital source to any creative research.
Dr. Ziegler obtained a Bachelor of Arts in History of Religions from the University of Chicago, a Master of Arts in Folklore and Mythology, a Masters in Library Science and an interdisciplinary PhD with a dissertation on Norse Mythology from from University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA). While Ziegler does not have a degree in art specifically, her scholarship focuses on symbolism, plus ideas, stories, and history relevant to iconography — a subject matter very well versed in art and design. Not to mention, Dr. Ziegler is one of the Department’s biggest fans – she has a high interest in art and attends nearly each of our events.
Dr. Ziegler brings a unique book from the Zach S. Henderson library during her weekly office hours.
SEPTEMBER BOOK ROTATION
- Oct 10: Painting People: Figure Painting Today by Charlotte Mullins
- Oct 17: The Power and the Glorification: Papal Pretensions and the Art of Propaganda in the 15th and 16th Centuries by Jan L. de. Jong
- Oct 24: Frank Stella: An Illustrated Biography by Sidney Guberman
- Oct 31: Gerhard Richter: Landscapes by Gerhard Richter
Thursdays from 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Center for Art & Theatre Atrium, upper level