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Dr. Tony Morris

Dr. Tony Morris

Dr. Tony Morris
PhD Case Western Reserve University 
Assistant Professor - Art History
Trahern 418, 931-221-7344
morrisa@apsu.edu 

Publications:

“Paul Cadmus and Carnival, 1934: Representing the Comic Grotesque,” American Art (Fall 2012).

Presentations:

“Grant Wood and Stuart Davis: Rival Modernisms in America, 1913-1942” Figge Art Museum, Davenport, IA, July 2014, invited lecture for exhibition titled “Two Americans in Paris: Stuart Davis and Grant Wood”

“Uncensored: The Queerly Positive Reception of Paul Cadmus’s 1937 Solo Exhibition” Midwest Art History Society in St. Louis, MO, April 2014

“The Democracy of Urine: Reading Iconography in Andy Warhol’s Oxidation Paintings” Southeast College Art Conference in Greensboro, NC, October 2013

“Labor and Sadism: Paul Cadmus’s The Herrin Massacre, 1940” Southeast College Art Conference in Durham, NC, October 2012

“Documenting the Gaze: One Spencer Tunick Model’s Experience” Southeast College Art Conference in Savannah, GA, November 2011

“Censoring Paul Cadmus: Queer Desire and The Fleet’s In! Controversy” College Art Association in Chicago, IL, February 2010

“The Implied Spectator in the Paintings of Paul Cadmus and Reginald Marsh” Southeast College Art Conference in Charleston, WV, October 2007

“Did You Hear the One About Peggy and Marcel?: Max Ernst’s Le Déjeuner sur l’Herbre, an Inside Joke” Midwest Art History Society in Cincinnati, OH, April 2005

“A Hybrid Metaphor: The Costuming of the Maasai Warrior” Midwest Art History Society in Notre Dame, IN, April 2004