Sara Stepp is a PhD candidate specializing in art since 1960. Her research often focuses on memory, history, and cultural interchange in contemporary art. Her dissertation examines the ways that contemporary Chinese-American artist Hung Liu’s works engage, both in subject matter and in style, with overlapping issues relating to time, place, and identity.
Fields of Study
Art Since 1960
French Art, 1848-1900
Modern and Contemporary Japanese Art
MA in Art History from University of Kansas
BA in Art History and Curatorial Studies from Brigham Young University