Kurzbiografie Susan Maxwell
1997M.A. in Renaissance and Baroque Art History, Printmaking and Works on Paper (thesis on Aegedius Sadeler in Prague)
2002Ph.D., University of Virginia (dissertation on Friedrich Sustris and patronage at Bavarian court)
2010Historians of Netherlandish Art Fellowship
2005–2010Assistant Professor of Art History, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
2010–2015Associate Professor of Art History, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
2012–2013University of Wisconsin Full Academic-Year Sabbatical Grant Honorary Fellowship, Historisches Kolleg Munich DAAD Research Fellow, Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Berlin
2013–2021Chair of the Department of Art, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
since 2015Professor of Art History, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Forschungs- bzw. Arbeitsschwerpunkte Early modern prints and drawing practices; intersections of art and science in early modern collections; patronage of the Bavarian Wittelsbach dukes; Peter Paul Rubens and the Thirty Year War
Publikationsauswahl
  • The Pursuit of Art and Pleasure in the Secret Grotto of Wilhelm V of Bavaria, (Renaissance Quarterly 61,2) 2008, S. 414–462.
  • The Court Art of Friedrich Sustris: Patronage in Late Renaissance Bavaria, Farnham 2011.
  • Every Living Beast: Collecting Animals in Early Modern Munich, in Pia Cuneo (Hg.): Anim-als and Early Modern Identity, Farnham 2014, S. 45–66.
  • Lazy Foreigners and Indignant Locals: Influence and Rivalry in Bavarian Court Patronage, in: Dagmar Eichberger, Philippe Lorentz und Andreas Tacke (Hgg.): The Artist between Court and City (1300–1600), Petersberg 2017, S. 280–291.
  • Artful Negotiator: Peter Paul Rubens’ Intervention in the Cause of Catholic Bavaria, in: Gerhild Scholz Williams, Sigrun Haude und Christian Schneider (Hgg.): Rethinking Europe. War and Peace in Early Modern German Lands (Chloe 48), Leiden 2019, S. 125–147.