Deborah Hutton, Associate Professor of Asian and Islamic art history, joined The College of New Jersey in 2004. Her specific area of focus is Indo-Islamic art, but she teaches a range of courses covering the arts of Central, South, and East Asia from the Bronze Age to the present. These courses include Arts of South Asia, Arts of East Asia, Arts of the Islamic World, and upper level seminars on subjects such as the history of photography in India. Deborah takes an interdisciplinary approach to the study of art history and strives to incorporate innovative assignments into her courses. For example, her students in her fall 2007 Arts of Iran class researched and wrote the catalog to accompany the TCNJ gallery exhibit, Parable of the Garden: New Media from Iran and Central Asia.
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