Assistant Professor of Art History
University of Vermont

Margo Hobbs Thompson is assistant professor of art history in the Department of Art and Art History of the University of Vermont, where she teaches courses in twentieth-century art. Her essay on Judy Chicago's Dinner Party, "Finding the Phallus in Female Body Imagery" appeared in n.paradoxa 11 (January 2003). She is currently at work on a paper on George Segal's Gay Liberation (1980) and queer public space.

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