Erin Hazard

  • Associate Teaching Professor


Ph.D. in Art History, University of Chicago (2007)



Research Interests

19th- and 20th century architecture

architecture and literature

history of museums and museum architecture



“Step Forth Again and Take Up Its Magic Pen.” Chapter in From Page to Place, eds. Jennifer Harris and Hilary Iris Lowe (University of Massachusetts Press 2017).

“The Attraction of the American Author’s House: Architecture, Guidebooks, and Display, 1853-1904.” Art History, vol. 39, issue 5 (2016).

“’Suedehead’: Paving the Pilgrimage Path to Morrissey’s and Dean’s Fairmount, Indiana.” Chapter in Morrissey: Fandom, Representations, and Identities, ed. Eoin Devereux (Intellect Books 2011)

 “Building the Author’s House: Abbotsford and The Wayside.” Chapter in Literary Tourism and Nineteenth-Century Culture, ed. Nicola Watson (Palgrave Macmillan 2009).