Kirk Ambrose
Professor • Founding Director, Center for Teaching and Learning

Clare Small 206

Spring 2024 Office Hours:
Tuesday 11am - 12pm
And by appointment

Kirk Ambrose (Ph.D. University of Michigan, 1999) studies and teaches the art and architecture of medieval Europe. In addition to dozens of scholarly articles, book chapters, and reviews, he has published four books: The Nave Sculpture of Vézelay: The Art of Monastic Contemplation; Current Directions in Eleventh- and Twelfth-Century Sculpture Studies (co-edited with Robert Maxwell); The Marvellous and the Monstrous in the Sculpture of Twelfth-Century Europe; Urnes Stave Church and its Global Romanesque Connections (co-edited with Margrete Systad Andås and Griffin Murray). His professional service has included seven years as chair of the Department of Art & Art History, a term as Editor-in-Chief of The Art Bulletin, book review editor of Speculum, and book review editor of Studies in Iconography. He is the founding faculty director of CU's Center for Teaching & Learning.