Dr. Heinrichs's research explores how art and visual culture register and shape processes of cultural translation.
I came to the United States as a graduate student in the early 1990s. After completion of my degree, I taught for a year at Swarthmore College, and then in 1997, I joined the faculty at Seton Hall University. A member of the Department of Art, Music and Design and affiliated with the M.A. in Museum Professions program, I have been offering a variety of courses on Western Art, American Art, African American Art, Art Since 1945, History of Photography, as well as graduate seminars in Museum Technologies and a seminar abroad Berlin: Reinventing the Cultural Capital. In addition to my classroom duties, I chaired and coordinated Seton Hall's participation in the Internationalization Laboratory of the American Council on Education.
- Ph.D., Yale University
- M.Phil., M.A., Yale University
- M.A., University Hamburg
- Summer Faculty Seminar Berlin, National Endowment for the Humanities, Germany, Summer 2000
- Mixed Media, Mixed Identities: The Universal Aesthetics of Marc Brandenburg (Book Chapter)
In Maria Diedrich (Eds.), "From Black to Schwarz: Cultural Crossovers between African America and Germany," Berlin,
- Paul Gilroy: Black Atlantic. Modernity and Double Consciousness (Book Chapter)
In Claus Leggewie, Anne Katrin Lang & Dariuš Zifonun (Eds.), "101 Schlüsselwerke der Kulturwissenschaften," Bielefeld: Transcript,
- Primitivism (Book Chapter)
In Cary D. Wintz and Paul Finkelman (Eds.), "Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance," New York: Routledge, 992- 994,
- Europe and the Harlem Renaissance: London (Book Chapter)
In Cary D. Wintz and Paul Finkelman (Eds.), "Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance," New York: Routledge, 347- 349,
- Philadelphia (Book Chapter)
In Cary D. Wintz and Paul Finkelman, (Eds.), "Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance," New York: Routledge, 514- 518,