Dr. Daniel A. Siedell
VISITING PROFESSOR OF CHRISTIANITY AND CULTURE
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, BA; SUNY-Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, New York, MA; University of Iowa, PhD.
Dr. Daniel A. Siedell has explored the operation of grace in art and culture for over twenty years as a college professor, museum curator, public speaker, and art critic. He is currently the Presidential Scholar & Art Historian in Residence at The King’s College in New York City. Previously he was Professor of Modern & Contemporary Art History at the University of Nebraska (2007-2011) and Chief Curator of the Sheldon Museum of Art (1996-2007).
Dr. Siedell’s writing has appeared in the Journal of Modern Literature, Art Criticism, Journal of Aesthetic Education, Books & Culture, and IMAGE Journal. He is currently at work on a monograph with artist Makoto Fujimura and a book project with theologian William Dyrness on modern art with IVP Academic Press. He is the inaugural Scholar in Residence at the New City Arts Initiative in Charlottesville, Virginia.