Christine Neal

Art history professor


  • B.A., Bucknell University
  • M.A., University of Wisconsin
  • Ph.D., University of Missouri

Awards, recognitions and honors

  • SCAD Presidential Fellowship for Faculty Development, Summer 2014
  • Kress Foundation, University of Wisconsin; Tuition Remission, University of Wisconsin


Chair, AAM Exhibition Competition, 1997-2000; Judge, Annual Art Fair, Winter Park, Fla., 2000; Judge, Third Annual Art Exhibition, Brunswick, GA, 1999; Curators Committee, American Association of Museums; Southeastern Museum Conference; Southeastern College Art Conference

Publications and Presentations

Selected publications

  • "Sylvia Shaw Judson," American Arts Quarterly, Summer 2002
  • "Claude Raguet Hirst: Her [Still] Life Story," Woman's Art Journal, Spring 2002
  • "The Still Lifes of Claude Raguet Hirst," American Arts Quarterly, Fall 2001
  • Essay, "L'art de Kahlil Gibran," published in the exhibition catalog for "The Garden of The Prophet: Kahlil Gibran, Writer and Painter." Accompanied the exhibition at the Institut Du Monde Arabe in Paris.
  • Annual Exhibition Competition, Museum News, 1998 and 1999


  • “A Tale of Two Cities: Savannah and Boston” at The Professor Talks lecture hosted by the SCAD Art History Society, Savannah, Georgia (Spring 2014).
  • CAA, "New Voices in 19th-century Scholarship," 2000
  • American Culture/Popular Culture Association annual conference (1999)
  • Southeastern College Art Conference, "Against the Odds: Women Making Their Mark in Art" (1999)
  • Art Institute of Chicago, 32nd Annual Graduate Student Conference (1998)