Lillian Wilson is an art history instructor at CCS. Her professional experience includes work for the Phillips Collection and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. She has been awarded two National Endowment for the Humanities Teaching Fellowships (2011, 2012) to study American art and teaching practices in Asheville, NC, and Santa Fe, NM. Her current research focuses on the history of private homes and art collections in American cities and their transition into public institutions, particularly the Asian art collection of Charles Lang Freer.
- Degree: Ph.D., Wayne State University, MA, American University, BA, Syracuse University
- Title: Adjunct Faculty
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