Cynthia Gadsden, Ph.D.  

Cynthia Gadsden

Assistant Professor
Art History

Office:    Elliot Hall #115E

Ph.D., California Institute of Integral Studies - Transformative Studies
M.A., Ohio University - Art History
B.S., Tennessee State University - Studio Art
M.B.A., Tennessee State University - Business Administration
B.A., Talladega College - Business Administration

Cynthia Gadsden is an Assistant Professor of Art History, which is the study of individuals, the objects they create and value, and the communities in which they live. Dr. Gadsden’s research areas include the visual arts, the lived experience, and the ways knowledge is transferred across generations via culture, relationships, and story.  She teaches courses in art history and African American visual art, culture, and film.