Alexis Clark received her Ph.D. in Art History and Visual Studies from Duke University in 2014. Since then, she has taught at the University of Southern California, University of California, Riverside, and Washington University in St. Louis.
Dr. Clark’s research concentrates on the historiography and museology of nineteenth- and twentieth-century art, with a focus on Impressionism. Her articles on museum history have appeared in the Burlington Magazine and Museum History Journal. She has a forthcoming article in the Archives of American Art Journal. With Frances Fowle, Dr. Clark co-edited the anthology Globalizing Impressionism: Reception, Translation, Transnationalism (Yale UP, 2020). Her numerous reviews of exhibitions and books have appeared in Art History, Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, and Oxford Art Journal. She has spoken widely at conferences and symposia around the world.
At NCSU, she serves as Teaching Assistant Professor in the History of Art, where she teaches a range of courses. Dr. Clark especially enjoys engaging undergraduate students in activities that put art-historical knowledge into practice.