Professor Warner completed a B.A. with High Distinction Honors in French at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, during which she spent a year studying abroad in Montpellier, France. After graduation, she worked for a non-profit museum on a train called Artrain, organizing an exhibition called The Romance of Transportation that travelled for three years in the Midwest, Northeast, and Northwestern United States.
Warner received her Masters in Art History in 1996 with a thesis on the representation of natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions during the "Golden Age" of geology at the beginning of the nineteenth century. She continued to study at the University of Delaware under Professor Nina Athanassoglou-Kallmyer for her Ph.D. in Art History, received in January, 2005.
She currently teaches the Introduction to Art, Modern Art and various seminars and theme classes in nineteenth- and twentieth-century European and American art.
Prof. Pamela Warner's edited anthology on Interior Portraiture and Masculine Identity in France, 1789-1914 has just been published by Ashgate Press. The book explores the neglected relationship of men to domestic and other interior spaces throughout the history of nineteenth-century portraiture. For more information or to order a copy, click here.