223 East Pyne
Professor Doherty’s research and teaching focus on the interdisciplinary study of twentieth-century art and literature, with special emphasis on relationships among the visual arts, literature, and aesthetic and psychoanalytic theories in German modernism.
Doherty is co-teaching HUM 434: Counterworlds: Innovation and Rupture in Communities of Artistic Practice with Josephine Meckseper in the Fall of 2022. She previously co-taught HUM 450: Empathy and Alienation: Aesthetics, Politics, Culture with Spyros Papapetros in the Fall of 2021.
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