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Associate Professor of Art History; Director of Visual and Cultural Studies
Arts, Sciences, and Engineering
Department of Art And Art History
Areas of expertise: Modern European and American art, contemporary art, critical theory, postwar Europe, postcommunist Eastern European art.
Rachel Haidu studies modern art, with a particular emphasis on postwar European and contemporary art. She has published a book, The Absence of Work: Marcel Broodthaers, 1964-1976 (October Books/MIT Press, 2010) and numerous articles on artists such as Daniel Buren, Gerhard Richter, Edward Krasinski, and Thomas Hirschhorn. She is currently completing a second book.