Jennifer CampBA, Art Conservation and Art History, University of Delaware, 2010
Jennifer Camp is a Ph.D. Candidate in the history of American art and architecture, with special interests in early 20th-century printmaking and book arts. Her dissertation, "Stories in Pictures: The Woodcut Novels of Lynd Ward and Visual Narrative in Depression-Era America" analyzes the wordless "picture books" of New York City-based printmaker Lynd Ward within the context of an emerging enthusiasm for visual storytelling among leftist and socially-engaged artists during the 1930s.
Among the undergraduate courses for which Jennifer has served as a T.A. include the survey of American Art, French Impressionism, Avant-Gardes in Art and Film, and Art Since 1945.
Jennifer has previously been a recipient of the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (AHSS) Summer Research Fellowship and the Rare Book School, University of Virginia (RBS-UVA) Fellowship. She is currently a Tyson Scholar of American Art at the Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville, Arkansas.