Assistant Teaching Professor
Museum & Cultural Heritage Studies
Room 2031 WJB
Department of Art History
Kyle Killian (Ph.D., Columbia University) specializes in archaeology, architecture history and cultural heritage studies with a primary focus on the middle ages. His scholarship covers a range of geographic and cultural areas including Gothic France, Byzantine Cyprus, and Native North America. He has also worked for several years in cultural resource management here in the United States.
He is currently working on monograph which explores the connection between the broad range of building activity at the monastery of Orbais and its religious, political, ecological, and economic environments. He is also involved in archaeological field projects in at monastic sites in Northern France and at the medieval portions of a the city of Polis in Cyprus.
This year he will be teaching Art Appreciation as well as graduate courses in Cultural Heritage management and theoretical approaches to Medieval Architectural History.