Eugenia Chase Guild Professor
Emeritus in the Humanities and Research Professor
Ph.D., New York University
Carpenter Carrel A-6
Since her retirement in 2010 Dale Kinney has continued her research on late antique and medieval Italian architecture and decoration, and she has developed a new interest in the post-medieval fate of the early Christian column basilica. Forthcoming publications include “Persistence and Polychronicity in Roman Churches,” in Remembering the Middle Ages in Early Modern Italy, ed. L. Pericolo and J. Richardson; “Restauravit, decoravit, pingi fecerat se ipsum: Innocent's record in art and architecture,” in Pope Innocent II (1130-43), ed. D. Smith; and “The Type of the Triconch Basilica,” in The Red Monastery Church: Beauty and Asceticism in Upper Egypt, ed. E. Bolman.
Prof. Kinney lectures widely in the U.S. and elsewhere. As visiting professor she has taught graduate seminars at Temple University and the Institute of Fine Arts (N.Y.U.). She serves on a number of advisory and editorial committees, and she is currently book review editor of Studies in Iconography.