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Lisa E. Bloom teaches visual culture at the University of California, San Diego. She is the author of “Gender on Ice: American Ideologies of Polor Expedition (1993),”  “With Other Eyes: Looking at Race and Gender in Visual Culture (1999)” and “Jewish Identities in American Feminist Art: Ghosts of Ethnicity (2006).” Her current book project is tentatively titled “Melting Ice and Melting  Markets: Feminist Visual Culture during a moment of Environmental and Economic Crisis”.
Lisa E. Bloom, Ph.D. Curriculum Vitae http://visarts.ucsd.edu/node/view http://communication.ucsd.edu/PeoplePages/LisaBloom.html   EDUCATION  	Ph.D., History of Consciousness, University of California at Santa Cruz, June 1990. 	   	M.F.A., Museum Studies and History of Photography and Video, Rochester Institute of Technology and Visual 	Lisa E. Bloom, Ph.D. Curriculum Vitae http://visarts.ucsd.edu/node/view http://communication.ucsd.edu/PeoplePages/LisaBloom.html   EDUCATION  	Ph.D., History of Consciousness, University of California at Santa Cruz, June 1990. 	   	M.F.A., Museum Studies and History of Photography and Video, Rochester Institute of Technology and Visual 		Studies Workshop, 1985. 	B.A., Art History, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., 1980.	Studies Workshop, 1985. 	B.A., Art History, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., 1980.	Studies Workshop, 1985. 	B.A., Art History, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., 1980.
AWARDS/HONORS   	Stanford University, Mellon  Postdoctoral Fellow,  1993-1995. 	Brown University, Postdoctoral Fellow, Pembroke Center, 1992-1993.
PUBLICATIONS: BOOKS   	Jewish Identities in American Feminist Art: Ghosts of Ethnicity (London: Routledge, 2006)  	Editor, With Other Eyes: Looking at Race and Gender in Visual Culture. (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota 			Press, 1999). Japanese Translation: Tokyo, Japan: Saiki-sha, 2000.  	PUBLICATIONS: BOOKS   	Jewish Identities in American Feminist Art: Ghosts of Ethnicity (London: Routledge, 2006)  	Editor, With Other Eyes: Looking at Race and Gender in Visual Culture. (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota 			Press, 1999). Japanese Translation: Tokyo, Japan: Saiki-sha, 2000.  	Gender on Ice: American Ideologies of Polar Expeditions. (Minneapolis: University of  		Minnesota Press, 1993). Gender on Ice: American Ideologies of Polar Expeditions. (Minneapolis: University of  		Minnesota Press, 1993).
ELECTED PUBLICATIONS: ARTICLES AND SPECIAL ISSUES OF JOURNALS  	“Negotiating Feminisms in Contemporary Asian Women‘s Art,” in The Feminism and Visual Culture Reader               (Sight: Visual Culture) by Amelia Jones (Routledge, London), second edition (forthcoming, 2009).    	Roman Allegories and Helen’s Odyssey’ in n.paradoxa: Volume 24, Material Histories, July 2009.  	“Ghosts of Ethnicity: Jewish Identities in American Feminist Art,” in Daniel Rosenberg, Practicing Jews: Art, 			Identity and Culture, (University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2009).
“Polar Fantasies and Aesthetics in the Work of Isaac Julien and Connie Samaras,” in The Scholar and the 				Feminist (Barnard Center for Research on Women, New York City, Issue 7.1: Fall 2008).  “Introduction”, to The Scholar & Feminist Online: Special Issue ‘Gender on Ice’, with L. Bloom and L. Kay. 			(7:1 Fall 2008). Online here.  “Barbies’s Jewish Roots: Jewish Women’s Bodies and Feminist Art,“ in Nathan Abrams (ed.) Jews and Sex, 			London, (Nottingham: Five Leaves, 2008), 121-137.
“True North: Isaac Julien’s Aesthetic Wager,” republished in German and English in Isaac Julien: True 				north : Fantôme Afrique, edited by Veit Görner and Eveline Bernasconi : [Distributed in North America 		by] D.A.P., Distributed Art Publishers, 2006. Catalog published in conjunction with the exhibition 			Isaac Julien--True north/Fantôme Afrique, held at Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover, Germany, June 			23-Aug. 20, 2006.  “The Contradictory Circulation of Fine Art and Antiques on eBay.” In Everyday eBay: Culture, Collecting, and 		Desire, eds. Ken Hillis, Michel Petit with Nathan Scott Epley, (Routledge, New York, 2006).  “True North: Isaac Julien’s Aesthetic Wager,” in Isaac Julien: True North (Mak Center for Art and 					Architecture and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, 2005).
“Creating Transnational Women’s Art Communities in Asia,” in Amelia Jones, The Feminism and Visual 			Culture Reader (London: Routledge; 2003). 	 “Gender, Race and Nation in Japanese Contemporary Art and Criticism.” The Visual Culture Reader, ed. 			Nicholas Mirzoeff. (London: Routledge, 2002)  “Gender, Nationalism, and Internationalism in Japanese Contemporary Art: Some Recent Writings and 			Work.” in n.paradoxa, vol. 5 (London, England,  2000), 35-43.   “Writing Your Own Script: Revisioning the 1970s and the 1980s Through the Work of Eleanor Antin,” in 			Eleanor Antin , eds. Howard N. Fox, Lisa E. Bloom, and Eleanor Antin.  (New York and Los Angeles:  			Distributed Art Publishers in Conjunction with the Los Angeles CountyMuseum,1999), 159-189.
	“Contests for Meaning in Body Politics and Feminist Art Discourses of the 1970s: The Work of Eleanor Antin,” 			in Performing the Body/Performing the Text, eds., Amelia 	Jones and Andrew Stephenson, (London: 				Routledge, 1999), 153-169.  	“Ethnic Notions and Feminist Strategies of the 1970s: The Work of Eleanor Antin and Judy Chicago,” in Jewish 			Identity and Art History, ed. Catherine Soussloff (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999), 					135-163.  	“Rosie at Home: Life Magazine and the Remaking of the American Nation-State During World War II,” Rim: 			Pacific Rim Women’s Studies Association Journal, Tokyo, vol. 1, no. 8,  March, 1999, 32-46.  	“Gender, Jewish Identity and Representation: U.S. Photographer and Feminist 	Martha Rosler Reconsidered.” 			The Bulletin of the Graduate School of Josai International University, Tokyo, No. 2, March, 1998, 31-44.
	“Science and Writing: Two National Narratives of Failure,” in Writing Science, ed., Tim Lenoir. (Stanford: 				Stanford University Press, 1998), 328-350. 	 	“Gender, Popular Science, and National Geographic in the Age of Multiculturalism.” Review of Japanese 				Culture and Society, Tokyo, Volume IX, Fall, 1997, 36-47. 	 	“Constructing Whiteness: Popular Science and National Geographic  in the Age of Multiculturalism.” 					Configurations, Vol. 2, no. 1, Winter 1994, 15-32.
PUBLICATIONS: TRANSLATIONS OF BOOKS AND ARTICLES  	“True North: Isaac Julien’s Aesthetic Wager.” Translated into German in Isaac Julien: True North: Fantome 			Afrique. (kesterngesellschaft Museum in Hanover, Germany, 2006.)  	“With Other Eyes: Looking at Race and Gender in Visual Culture.” The entire anthology was translated into 				Japanese by multiple translators. (Tokyo: Saiki-sha, 2000).   	“Rethinking Race and Ethnicity in Lucy Lippard’s Mixed Blessings.” Women’s Studies Review published by 				Osaka Women’s University. Translated into Japanese by Hiroko Hagiwara.  (Osaka, Japan, 2000).
“Ethnic Notions and Feminist Strategies of the 1970s: The Work of Eleanor Antin and Judy Chicago.” 					Translated into Japanese by,Yasuko Wachi, in Rim: Pacific Rim Women’s Studies Association Journal, vol. 			1, no. 7, March 1998, 46-70.   	“Images of North Polar Expeditions in 19th and 20th Century Visual Culture.” Translated into Japanese by 			Yasuko Wachi, in Rim: Pacific Rim Women’s Studies Association Journal. Tokyo, vol. 1, no. 7, March 				1998, 1-13.  LANGUAGES  	Reading knowledge: French, Italian
TEACHITEACHING EXPERIENCE 	 	Lecturer, University of California, San Diego, Communication Department, Spring 2004 - present.  	Visiting Associate Professor, University of California, San Diego, Visual Arts, 2001-2004.  	Visiting Scholar, University of California, San Diego, Ethnic Studies, Spring 2000-2001.NG EXPERIENCE 	 	Lecturer, University of California, San Diego, Communication Department, Spring 2004 - present.  	Visiting Associate Professor, University of California, San Diego, Visual Arts, 2001-2004.  	Visiting Scholar, University of California, San Diego, Ethnic Studies, Spring 2000-2001.TEACHING EXPERIENCE 	 	Lecturer, University of California, San Diego, Communication Department, Spring 2004 - present.  	Visiting Associate Professor, University of California, San Diego, Visual Arts, 2001-2004.  	Visiting Scholar, University of California, San Diego, Ethnic Studies, Spring 2000-2001.
Josai International University, Chiba-ken 283, Japan, Associate Professor,  Fall 1998  - Winter, 2000, and 				Winter, 2001   	San Francisco State University, Lecturer and MA Graduate Advisor, Inter-Arts 	Program, Spring, 1996 -  Josai International University, Chiba-ken 283, Japan, Associate Professor,  Fall 1998  - Winter, 2000, and 				Winter, 2001   	San Francisco State University, Lecturer and MA Graduate Advisor, Inter-Arts 	Program, Spring, 1996 -  				Spring 1997.   	San Francisco Art Institute, Lecturer for MFA Graduate Program, Arts and Science Department, Fall 1995 - 			Spring, 1996			Spring 1997.   	San Francisco Art Institute, Lecturer for MFA Graduate Program, Arts and Science Department, Fall 1995 - 			Spring, 1996
Teaching
Teaching PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES  	Guest co-editor with Professors Laura Kay and Elena Glasberg “Gender on Ice: Feminist Approaches to Polar 				Studies,” special issue of The Scholar and the Feminist, Barnard College, Fall, 2008.  	Conference co-organizer with Professors L aura Kay and Elena Glasberg “Gender on Ice: Feminist 						Approaches to Polar Studies,” Barnard College, November, 2008.  	Panel Chair, “Jewish Feminist Art and Media Practices.”  Workshop with Martha Rosler,, Mierle-Laderman 					Ukeles, and Barbara Rose Haum. Center for Religion and Media, New York University. November 3, 2006.
Conference organizer, “Renegotiations: Women Artists and Jewish Identities Across Three Generations,” Jewish 			Museum, New York City, panel discussion with Elaine Reichek, Rhonda Lieberman, and Danielle Abrams, 				November 6, 2002.  	Conference Organizer, “Re-Viewing 1970s and 1980s Feminist Art Practices in the 1990s: Three Major 					Exhibitions on Judy Chicago, Eleanor Antin, and Martha Rosler.” College Art Association, Chicago, Ill., 				March 2, 2001.  	Job Search Committee, two faculty positions in Women’s Studies, Josai International University, Chiba, Japan, 				Fall- Winter, 1999.
Organizer, Lecture Series on Women’s Studies and Transnational Feminist Cultural Studies, Josai International 			University, Chiba, Japan, 1998-2000.  	Conference co-organizer, The Third China-Japan Women’s Studies Forum, Beijing, China, September, 1998.  	Guest editor, Gender, Colonialism, Discourses of Popoular Science and Development. Review of Japanese 				Culture and Society, Fall, 1998.  	Conference organizer, “Race and Gender Politics in Visual Culture,” San Francisco State University. April 10,  				1997.
Conference co-organizer, “Blackness with an Attitude: The Influences of Black African Culture on Art in the 				U.S.” San Francisco Art Institute, Stanford, and UC Berkeley, Fall, 1995.  	Conference co-organizer, “Feminism and the Critique of Colonial Discourse,” University of California, Santa 				Cruz, Spring, 1987.  	Coordinator for panel: “Crises in the Construction of the Twentieth Century Female Subject: The Couch, the 				Negative and Other Narrative Surfaces.” Thirteenth Annual Scholar and the Feminist Conference, Barnard 				College, New York, N.Y., March, 1986.  	Lecture Series co-organizer, “Postmodern Culture and the Third World,” Group for the	Critical Studies of 				Colonial Discourse, University of California, Santa Cruz, Fall and Winter, 1985-1986.