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Dianne H Goode
Senior Lecturer II-Arts & Humanities
Office MailstopMail Box: JO31, JO 5.410B, Room No.: 5.410 
Email Address  Dianne.Goode@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 972.883.6341    Media Contact
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 Ph.D.Humanities with concentration in Aesthetic StudiesUniversity of Texas at Dallas1994
 M.S.Art HistorySouthern Methodist University1976
 B.A.Art HistoryThe University of Texas at Austin1973
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Areas of Specialization

Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture, Modern Painting, Marian Imagery.

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Courses Taught

Undergraduate

  • Survey of Western Art History: Prehistoric through Medieval
  • Survey of Western Art History: Renaissance through Modern
  • Humanities: Introduction to the Visual and Performing Arts
  • Art of the Italian Renaissance
  • Baroque Art and Architecture
  • History of Modern Painting: Impressionism through Abstract Expressionism
  • Austrian Art and Architecture, taught in Austria

Graduate

  • Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture
  • Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture
  • Modern European and American painting
  • Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture; taught in Italy
  • Modern French Painting; taught in France

Teaching Experience

Southern Methodist University, Master of Liberal Arts Program, Dallas, Texas

  • Adjunct Faculty
  • August 1981-present
  • Teach graduate courses in Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture, and Modern European and American Painting.

Southern Methodist University, Master of Liberal Arts Program

  • Director, Study Program in Italy
  • Summers of 1982, 1984, 1987, 1992, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2005
  • Designed and developed art history tour to Italy, studying Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture. Offered
  • for graduate credit as well as audit. Personally led the tours and delivered all lectures on site in Venice,
  • Florence, Rome, Padua, Vicenza, Assisi, Siena, and Pisa.

Southern Methodist University, Master of Liberal Arts Program

  • Director, Study Program in France
  • Summers of 1999 and 2003
  • Designed and developed art history tour to France, studying modern French painting from Realism through Abstraction. Offered for graduate credit as well as audit. Personally delivered all lectures on site in museums and artists' studios in Paris, Giverny, and Provence.

The University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, Texas

  • Senior Lecturer II, School of Arts and Humanities
  • September 1994-present
  • Teach undergraduate courses: Survey of Western Art History: Prehistoric to Medieval; Survey of Western Art History: Renaissance to Modern; Art of the Italian Renaissance; Baroque Art and Architecture; History of Modern
  • Painting: Impressionism through Abstract Expressionism.

Southern Methodist University, School of Continuing Education

  • Instructor, Art History
  • Fall 1983 - 2001
  • Regularly taught: Art of the Italian Renaissance; Modern Art at the Dallas Museum of Art (including a lecture/tour
  • at the museum)
  • Also taught: The Painted Revolution (modern art); The Canvas as Diary (modern art); Good Art/Bad Art
  • (evaluating and collecting art, including class visits to art galleries); Primitivism in Modern Art, a course
  • designed to focus on and visit the exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art.

Austin College, Sherman, Texas

  • Visiting Professor, Art History
  • Spring 1982
  • Taught undergraduate course, Introduction to the History of Art: Renaissance to Modern.
  • Southern Methodist University, summer program in Austria Instructor, Art History
  • May - July 1980
  • Taught undergraduate course: Austrian painting, sculpture, and architecture from the Middle Ages to the present.
  • Lectured in Salzburg, Graz, and Vienna, conducting classes in museums, churches, palaces and galleries.

Dallas County Community College District

  • Adjunct Instructor, Art History and Humanities
  • January 1976 - August 1980
  • Taught at EI Centro College for 2 1/2 years and successively at Brookhaven College
  • Taught Introduction to the History of Art: Prehistoric through Medieval; Introduction to the History of Art: Renaissance through Modern; and Humanities: Introduction to the Visual and Performing arts.
  • Also developed a curriculum for the humanities which used multi-media to complement the extensive lecture material; conducted tours of galleries and museums; developed special activities such as field trips to the theater, symphony, and opera; and initiated special campus-wide programs which featured guest lecturers and performers.

Administrative, Curatorial, and Consulting Experience

The University of Texas at Dallas, School of Arts and Humanities

  • Slide Curator, part-time
  • September 1994-present
  • Hired to establish a professional operation of the Slide Library, a collection of 80,000 art and architecture
  • slides that had existed without a Curator for several years. Wrote proposals for and succeeded in attaining a budget for new slide acquisitions, computer equipment, and all other operational supplies. Manage the operation of the Slide Library: administrative functions; training graduate student assistants; selecting acquisitions; maintaining records, statistics, and reports; planning and design for efficient operation.

Southern Methodist University, Division of Art and Art History

  • Curator of Visual Resources, full-time
  • June 1979 - August 1989
  • Managed the operation of the Slide Library, an expanding collection of 180,000 art and architecture slides. Responsible for all administrative functions: controlling budgets for operating and staffing; hiring, training, and supervising student personnel; managing the workload; selecting acquisitions; maintaining all records, statistics, and reports; continuous planning and design for efficient operation.

Richland College and Lakemont Academy, Dallas, Texas

  • Consultant
  • 1980s
  • Advised both institutions on all facets concerning the development and maintenance of their slide libraries: slide acquisitions (costs and sources), classifying and cataloging, proper storage, equipment and supplies (costs and sources), circulation, staffing.

Valley House Gallery, Inc., Dallas, Texas

  • Assistant to the Director
  • May 1976 - June 1977
  • Responsible for exhibition development, research, writing, editing, sales, public relations, and appraisal preparation.

Conference Paper
  • The Marian Narrative Altarpiece in Trecento Italy; delivered at annual meeting of Midwest Art History Society; Dallas Museum of Art, March 20, 1997

Invited Graduation Speaker
  • Delivered graduation speech at Diploma Presentation Ceremony or Master of Liberal Arts, Bachelor of Humanities, and Bachelor of Social Sciences, S.M.U., May 19, 2001
  • Delivered graduation speech at Diploma Presentation Ceremony for School of Education and Human Development, S.M.U., May 20, 2006

Community Lectures Delivered/Short Courses Taught
  • Life, Art, Culture of Pompeii; Brookhaven College, Farmers Branch, Texas, January 26, 1979
  • Connoisseurship: Leonardo, Rembrandt, and the Impressionists; Realtors Association, McKinney, Texas, August, 1980
  • A Feast for the Eyes: Masterpieces of the Last Supper; Northridge Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, fall, 1980
  • The Baroque Art of Austria; Northridge Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, March 5, 1981
  • A Feast for the Eyes: Masterpieces of the Last Supper; St. Andrew's presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, April 14, 1981 Egyptian Art; Garland Presbyterian Church, June 15, 1981
  • Conserving the Splendors of Greece: the American Connection; The Society for the Preservation of the Greek Heritage, delivered at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas November 8, 1981
  • A Feast for the Eyes: Masterpieces of the Last Supper; Northridge Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, January 19, 1982
  • A Feast for the Eyes: Masterpieces of the Last Supper; John Calvin Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, February 16, 1982
  • A Feast for the Eyes: Masterpieces of the Last Supper; First united Methodist Church, Dallas, Texas, March 28, 1982
  • Conserving the Splendors of Greece: the American Connection; The Society for the Preservation of the Greek Heritage, delivered at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, April 22, 1982
  • A Feast for the Eyes: Masterpieces of the Last Supper; Northridge Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, June, 1982
  • A Feast for the Eyes: Masterpieces of the Last Supperi Alumnae Group, Texas Women's university, delivered in Dallas, Texas, March 19, 1983
  • A Feast for the Eyes: Masterpieces of the Last Supper; Dallas Fine Arts and Antiques Society, delivered at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, April 17, 1984
  • A Feast for the Eyes: Masterpieces of the Last Supper; Staff Club, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, April 25, 1984
  • Christmas Imagery in Italian Art; Dallas Literary Club, Dallas, Texas, December 12, 1984
  • Christmas Imagery in Italian Art; Westminster presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, December, 1984
  • Christmas Imagery in Italian Art; Northridge Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, December, 1984
  • Christmas Imagery in Italian Art; Westminster Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, December, 1985
  • Christmas Imagery in Italian Art; Northridge Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, December 15, 1985
  • Dawn of the Renaissance; Biblical Arts Center, Dallas, Texas, March 2, 1986
  • Christmas Imagery in Italian Art; University Park United Methodist Church, Dallas, Texas, December 21, 1986
  • Christmas Imagery in Italian Art; Northridge Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, December 20, 1987
  • Images of Holy Week with Focus on the Crucifixion and Resurrection, Northridge Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, March 26, 1989
  • Renaissance Art; Docent Training, Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, October 18, 1989
  • Christmas Imagery in Italian Art; Pathways Book Club, delivered at Believers Chapel, Dallas, Texas, December 8, 1989
  • The Changing Image of the Virgin Mary in Art; Northridge Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, April 17, 1990
  • Sacred Imagery in Italian Renaissance Art; 3-week adult course, Northridge Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, February 17 and 24, and March 3, 1991
  • Modern Art at the Dallas Museum of Art; Elderhostel course, taught at Bishop Mason Retreat Center, Flower Mound, Texas, and at the Dallas Museum of Art, April 10, 11, 13, 1995
  • Angels in Art; Northridge Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, December 10, 1995
  • Modern Art at the Dallas Museum of Art; Elderhostel course, held at Bishop Mason Retreat Center, Flower Mound, Texas, and at the Dallas Museum of Art, February 5-7, 1996
  • A Feast for the Eyes: Masterpieces of the Last Supper; St. John's Episcopal Church, Dallas, Texas, March 28, 1996
  • Images of the Life of Christ in Italian Art; Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, April 28 1996
  • Christmas Imagery in Italian Art; St. John's Church, Dallas, Texas, December 12, 1996
  • Michelangelo; 4th-grade class, The Hockaday School, Dallas, Texas, January 7, 1997
  • A Feast for the Eyes: Masterpieces of the Last Supper; Women's Club of Southern Methodist University, April 14, 1998
  • Masterpieces of Italian Renaissance Art; The Italian Club of Dallas, April 19, 1998
  • The Cult of the Virgin Mary: History and Images; adult course, Northridge Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, December 6 and 20, 1998
  • Images of Holy Week with Focus on the Last Supper; United Methodist Women, University Park United Methodist Church, Dallas, Texas, March 22, 1999
  • Modern European Painting (Fauvism, Cubism, Abstraction); Art through the Ages Course, Dallas Museum of Art, May 15, 1999
  • Mosaics of Pompeii and Ravenna; 4th-grade class, Episcopal School of Dallas, St. Michael's Campus, May 3, 2000
  • Art of the Italian Renaissance; Woodrow Wilson High School students, delivered at Northridge presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, May 18, 2000
  • The Changing Imagery of the Madonna and Child: Public and Private Devotion; Docent Meeting, Arboretum, Dallas, Texas, November 13, 2000
  • Images of Holy Week: Masterpieces of Italian Art; Highland Park Browning Club, Park Cities Baptist Church, Dallas, Texas, March 8, 2001
  • European Art, 1900-1945; Art through the Ages Course, slide lecture and tour of the collection, Dallas Museum of Art, May 5, 2001
  • Images of the Resurrection Narratives; Northridge presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, May 13 and 20, 2001
  • The Changing Image of the Virgin Mary in Italian Art; Texas Women's University Alumnae Club; delivered at Walnut Hill United Methodist Church, Dallas, Texas, November 17, 2001
  • Giotto's Innovations in the Scrovegni Chapel; Advanced Placement Art History Class, Episcopal School of Dallas, January 8, 2002
  • European Painting at the Dallas Museum of Art: Realism to the Nonobjective; lecture and tour of the DMA collection for the Advanced Placement Art History Class of the Episcopal School of Dallas, April 11, 2002
  • Van Gogh's Sheaves of Wheat; lecture and tour of the exhibition at the Dallas Museum of Art for the French Club of the Episcopal School of Dallas, November 18, 2006

Books Reviewed
  • Barnet, Sylvan. Short Guide to Writing about Art, 6th edition (New York: Longman, 2000). Reviewed December 1998.
  • Hartt, Frederick. Art: A History of Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, vols. 1 and 2, 4th edition (New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1993). Reviewed February 2003.
  • Hartt, Frederick. Art: A History of Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, vol. 1, 4th edition (New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1993). Reviewed April 2004.

Languages
  • Italian, German, French

Travel
  • Studied at Florida State University's Center in Florence, Italy, January-June, 1972. Traveled extensively in Europe, Scandinavia, Yugoslavia, Greece, Morocco, Egypt, May-August, 1974. Taught art history for Southern Methodist University's undergraduate program in Austria, May-July, 1980. Directed and taught 17-day art history course in Italy, for S.M.U. 's Master of Liberal Arts Program, summers of 1982, 1984, 1987, 1992, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2005. Directed and taught IS-day art history course in France, for S.M.U. 's M.L.A. Program, summers of 1999 and 2003. Family art history trip to Italy, July 2006.

Memberships, Committees, Councils
  • Academic Council, Master of Liberal Studies Program, Southern Methodist University, 1991-1996, 1998-2003, 2006-present
  • Advisory Council, College of Fine Arts, The University of Texas at Austin, 2006-present
  • Board Member, Libraries Advisory Committee, Dallas Museum of Art, 1986-1990, and 1997-1998
  • Member, College Art Association of America, 1976-present
  • Member, Midwest Art History Society, 1996-1998
  • Member, South-Central Renaissance Conference, 1987-1995
  • Member, Dallas Museum of Art, 1976-present
  • Member, Kimbell Museum of Art, 1981-present
  • Member, Meadows Museum, 1981-present
  • Member, Nasher Sculpture Center, 2003-present
  • Secretary, Texas Chapter, The Society for the Preservation of the Greek Heritage, 1981-1990
  • Member, Visual Resources Association, 1979-1989, 1994-1998, 2004-present
  • Member, Education Committee, Northridge Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas, 2000
  • Board Member, Parents' Association, Athletic Concessions Liaison, The Hockaday School, Dallas, Texas, 2003-2004

Personal Statement

Since 1994, Dr. Goode has been a Senior Lecturer in the School of Arts and Humanities at UT Dallas, where she regularly teaches AHST 1303 Survey of Western Art History: Prehistoric to Medieval, and AHST 1304 Survey of Western Art History: Renaissance to Modern. She also teaches upper division courses: Art of the Italian Renaissance, Baroque Art and Architecture, and Impressionism to Abstract Expressionism. 

Dr. Goode also serves as the Director of the Center for Visual Resources in the School of Arts and Humanities. 

Dr. Goode lectures actively to church and civic groups, most frequently on Christian imagery. Her current research involves multiple aspects of Italian art: Marian imagery, the relationship between devotional texts and images, the development of altarpiece imagery, and the changing role of narrative in art. 


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