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Katherine Papineau, PhD

Assistant Professor of Architecture and Art History

Office Phone: (951) 552-8816
E-mail: kpapineau@calbaptist.edu
Office Location: James Building, Room 359
Office Hours: by appointment

Degree Major Emphasis Institution Year
PhD History of Art and Architecture University of California, Santa Barbara 2013
M.A. History of Art and Architecture University of California, Santa Barbara 2008
B.A. Architecture and French Cultural Studies Wellesley College 2004

Courses Taught

The History of Architecture: Ancient - Renaissance
The History of Architecture: Renaissance - Contemporary
The History of Art: Ancient to Renaissance
The History of Art: Renaissance - Contemporary
History of Modern Art
Art Appreciation
Southern Californian Modernism

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Academic Areas & Scholarly Interests

20th century modernist architecture, domesticity and the interior, collecting, display and consumption

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Teaching Experience

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
University of California, Santa Barbara

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Research, Presentations, & Publications

Articles and Essays:

“Miles C. Bates: Patron of Desert Modernism” in Walter S. White (forthcoming 2015)

“Alfred Barr,” in Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism (forthcoming 2014)

“The Case Study House Program,” in Buildings of California, ed. Gabrielle Esperdy. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press (forthcoming 2014)

“The Mission Inn,” in Buildings of California, ed. Gabrielle Esperdy. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press (forthcoming 2014)

“The Carefree Californian: ‘Cliff May Homes,’ 1952-1958,” in Carefree California: Cliff May and the Romance of the Ranch. New York: Rizzoli (2012)

"Displaying Domesticity: Life in the Mid-Twentieth Century Glass House," dissertation, June 2013


Book Reviews:

Review of Julia K. Dabbs, Life Stories of Women Artists, 1550-1800. An Anthology (Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publlishing Limited, 2009) in The Eighteenth Century Current Bibliography, n.s. Vol. 36 (forthcoming 2014)

Review of Barbara Burlison Mooney, Prodigy Houses of Virginia: Architecture and the Native
Elite. in The Eighteenth Century Current Bibliography, n.s. Vol. 36 (forthcoming 2014)

Review of Sarah Burns and John Davis, American Art to 1900: A Documentary History in The Eighteenth Century Current Bibliography, n.s. Vol. 35 (2013)

Review of Duncan Faherty, Remodeling the Nation: The Architecture of American Identity, 1776-1858 in The Eighteenth Century Current Bibliography, n.s. Vol. 33 (2011)


CONFERENCE PAPERS and INVITED LECTURES

“Katherine Morrow Ford: Finding the Feminine in Modern Architecture,” SECAC, Greensboro, North Carolina, October 2013

“California’s Architectural Frontier 1: Concept, Greek and Gothic Revival Buildings,” Revival Styles in Southern Californian Architecture, Spring 2013

“Icon and Anonymity: What is Californian Architectural History?” discussion chair, UC Santa Barbara, May 2012

“California Architecture and Design,” Multi-campus Research Group, UC Davis, March 2012

“Finding Domestic Space in a Glass House,” ThinkSpatial Focus Group, UCSB, Fall 2011

“Cliff May Homes: Low-Cost Modern,” Advanced Spatial Practices, Fall 2011

“Displaying Domesticity: Life in Mid-Twentieth Century Modern Glass Houses,” Getty Research Institute, Seminar in Architecture and Design, April 2010

“Hellenistic Architecture: Drama, Procession and Theatricality,” Hellenistic Greek Art, Spring 2010

“Yona Friedman: Recycling the Interior,” presented at “Reused, Recycled, Re-Viewed,” UCSB History of Art and Architecture Graduate Symposium, February 2010

“Letting Nature In: Living in Glass Houses,” Introduction to Architecture and Environment, Fall 2009

“Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini: Renaissance Geometry and Viewer Experience,” Renaissance and Baroque Art Survey, Summer 2009

“Environment, Culture, Nature,” Architecture and Environment, Fall 2008

“Garden Cities,” Architecture and Environment, Spring 2008

“Huts, Cabins and Other Simple Houses,” Architecture and Environment, Spring 2008

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Church Membership & Activities

Immanuel Lutheran Church, Riverside

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Interests & Hobbies

Reading
Cooking
Playing with my children
Waterskiing

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Personal Philosophy

Proverbs 31:10-31 (A Wife of Noble Character)

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