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Michael H. Feinberg received a bachelor’s degree from Sarah Lawrence College, and obtained a Ph.D. in art history from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Feinberg’s first book project, Caribbean Landscapes and Agencies beyond the Human in British Print Culture surrounding the Haitian Revolution, examines the role landscape imagery plays in illustrated books that were written, printed, or edited as British forces attempted to seize Saint-Domingue (1793-1798). Their article on Anne-Louis Girodet is forthcoming in The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation. Feinberg is currently working on a second article project about queer representations of the Haitian Revolution.


Selected Grants

  •  The Huntington Library (2022)
  • Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art (2021)
  • John Carter Brown Library (2021)
  • ASECS/Clark Fellowship, UCLA (2020).

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Educational Background

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison
M.A., University of Wisconsin, Madison
B.A., Sarah Lawrence College

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