Dr. Susan Richmond

Dr. Susan Richmond’s research and teaching focus on material histories of art and visual culture in the United States since 1945, with a specific emphasis on feminist historiographies and the intersections of art, gender, and labor. She is the author of Lynda Benglis: Beyond Process as well as articles that have appeared in American Art, Art History, The Journal of Modern Craft, Feminist Theory, and Art Journal, among others. In 2021 she organized Diana Al-Hadid: Nothing is Stable for the Welch Galleries at Georgia State University, an exhibition supported by a GSU CENCIA grant and a Georgia Humanities Grant. Dr. Richmond received her doctorate at the University of Texas, Austin and is currently associate professor at Georgia State University