Dr. JoLynn Edwards is a founding faculty member of University of Washington Bothell and Professor of Art History. Her research clusters around issues of the European art market of the early modern period. Her most recent publication, “The Conti Sales of 1777 and 1779 and Their Impact on the Parisian Art Market,” came out in 2010. Between 2001-07, she served as director of the Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences program at UWB. Before academia, she trained and performed as a classical ballet dancer. She teaches across a broad range of topics in cultural history and interdisciplinary studies of the ancient and modern periods, both West and East. Of present teaching interest is production and consumption of the arts to create a vibrant urban culture.
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