Karen L. Mulder

KAREN L. MULDER is an art and architectural historian who continues teaching in the masters’ programs at the Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington, DC, as well as James Madison University’s Art History Department. She has spoken on post-WWII German reconstruction, late 20th-century glass design, and preservation issues from a multidisciplinary perspective in a number of venues. This past year, she contributed to glass designer Sarah Hall’s book, Launching Transcendence, and a chapter titled “Architecture” in the Veritas Press/Veritas Academy multi-volume history series, and is also publishing art criticism in Image Journal, architectural criticism in 2A: Art + Architecture (Dubai) and a reassessment of preservation theory in the journal Preservation Education Research (Texas A&M).

Denomination: Christian

Washington, District of Columbia
United States North America

Class of 1997 Secretary: James D. Ebert , james_ebert@hotmail.com
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