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Tracie Costantino - Back Page
December 2010 Issue
Associate Professor, art education, Lamar Dodd School of Art Affiliate member, Faculty of Engineering, College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences B.A., art history with minor in Italian studies, Boston College M.A., art history, Brown University Ph.D. , curriculum and instruction, aesthetic education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Richard B. Russell Award for Undergraduate Teaching, 2010 “It really was my freshman year in college. I took an art history course as one of my electives… It was a course on Impressionism and I just fell in love with it. And I changed my major…The thing that I love about it is I really enjoy how much I can learn by looking at a work of art. Even looking at French Impressionism…. I was captured by the beauty of it but also I learned so much about 19th century France. You learn so much about history. You learn about literature. You learn about what’s happening politically. I love how much I …
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