Majzels, Claudine

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Majzels, Claudine

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[1940?] -


Claudine Majzels was born in Montreal; she received a B.A. from McGill in 1969 & a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1977. She has taught at the Cambridge, St. Andrews, Edinburgh in the United Kingdom & from 1988-2013 at the University of Winnipeg. She obtained the rank of Associate Professor in the Department of History teaching in the Art History Program as well as teaching courses in Women’s & Gender Studies. Claudine created new courses on Feminism & Art History, Women Art & Society, Women & Craft, Aboriginal Arts, Dance History, and a seminar on “The Body in the Visual Arts” in the M.A. Cultural Studies: Curatorial Practices Program.

Claudine was a ballet & contemporary dancer, dance teacher & choreographer until 1985. Since her retirement she has begun to study printmaking.

A more detailed biographical sketch & CV is contained in Box 1, Folder 1 of the collection.


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Created by Lewis St. George Stubbs (November 2019).




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