Cunningham Fellow in Academic and Public Programs
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Ph.D. (A.B.D.), Harvard University
M.A., Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art
B.A., Washington University in St. Louis
Camran Mani teaches in the Graduate Student Teacher Program, which prepares students at the Harvard Graduate School of Education to develop their own art- and museum-based lessons for classes in a variety of subject areas at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, the public high school in Cambridge. He also trains and supervises undergraduates in the Ho Family Student Guide Program and assists with a broad range of other activities, including program development, administration, and community outreach. His research and teaching have focused on modernist art (e.g. Matisse, cubism, muralism, and abstraction) and the history of art history.
“A Malcolm X Monument: Notes on Gordon Parks’s Untitled, Phoenix, Arizona, 1963,” in “Celebrating Juneteenth: The Power of Portraits.” Index (June 17, 2021).
Waschek, Matthias, et al. Ideal (Dis-) Placements: Old Masters at the Pulitzer. Saint Louis, Mo.: Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, 2009.
Mani, Camran, ed. The Light Project. Saint Louis, Mo.: Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, 2008.
Waschek, Matthias, et al. Dan Flavin: Constructed Light. Saint Louis, Mo.: Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, 2008.