Teaching

Tomasz teaches courses on the history of visual and material culture in Europe from 1500 through 1700, a period that is now often described as early modernity. Inquiring into the origins of modernity and how it changed our ideas about what it means to be a human being, an individual, and a citizen, these courses engage students with critical theories and debates to help them historicize today’s forms of visual representation, from selfies and memes to fashion and urban landscape.


Courses Taught at Boise State University

  • ART 589 The Lives of Things, graduate seminar, Spring 2021 (remote)

  • ART 589 Museums and Galleries as Critical Spaces, graduate seminar, Spring 2020

  • ARTH 499 Transottomanica, seminar course, Fall 2021 (remote)

  • ARTH 499 Art and the Nation: 1500 to Present, seminar course, Spring 2020

  • ARTH 499 Art and Globalisation: 1500 to Present, seminar course, Spring 2019

  • ART 298 Methods and Critical Skills, seminar course, Spring 2019

  • ARTH 354 Northern Renaissance Art, lecture course, Spring 2019, Spring 2020, Spring 2021 (remote)

  • ARTH 365 Baroque Art, lecture course, Fall 2018, Fall 2019, Fall 2020 (remote), Fall 2021 (remote)

  • ARTH 355 Italian Renaissance Art, lecture course, Fall 2018, Fall 2019, Fall 2020 (e-course), Spring 2021 (e-course), Fall 2021 (e-course)


Courses Taught at McGill University

  • ARTH 200 Introduction to Art History, lecture course, Summer 2017

  • ARTH 305 Methods in Art History, lecture course co-taught with Abi Shapiro, Winter 2013


Courses Assisted at McGill University

  • BASC 201 Scientific and Technological Controversies, seminar section leader, large lecture course taught by Gabriella Coleman, Fall 2016

  • ARTH 368 Studies in Northern Renaissance Art, lecture course taught by Chriscinda Henry, Fall 2013

  • ARTH 207 Introduction to Early Modern Art, lecture course taught by Samantha Burton and Anuradha Gobin, Summer 2012


Reading Groups Convened at McGill University

  • IPLAI Why History Matters, seminar-style reading group convened with Danijela Zutic, Fall 2013, Institute for the Public Life of Arts and Ideas