Peri M. Klemm, Ph.D. is professor of African, Oceanic, and Native American art history. Her courses address the cultural context of non-Western arts and the receptions and display of non-Western art in the West. Her published materials focus on identity, dress, and the body in Oromia. At CSUN she has co-curated with her exhibition design students exhibitions on African arts in the life cycle, contemporary arts of Oceania’, women of Oromia, and the Guatemalan folk saint San Simon.
- Ph.D. 2002, Emory University
- M.A. 1997, Emory University
- B.A. 1993, University of California San Diego
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