Goode, Dianne

Senior Lecturer II

Office:  JO 5.410B

Areas of Specialization:  Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture, Modern Painting, Marian Imagery.

Education: PhD, Humanities, The University of Texas at Dallas, 1994
MA, Art History, Southern Methodist University, 1976
BA, Art History, University of Texas at Austin, 1973

Honors: Dr. Goode received the 2006-07 Victor Worsfold Outstanding Teaching Award, School of Arts & Humanities, UT Dallas.

Since 1994, Dr. Goode has been a Senior Lecturer in the School of Arts and Humanities at UT Dallas, where she regularly teaches AHST 1303 Survey of Western Art History: Prehistoric to Medieval, and AHST 1304 Survey of Western Art History: Renaissance to Modern. She also teaches upper division courses: Art of the Italian Renaissance, Baroque Art and Architecture, and Impressionism to Abstract Expressionism.

Dr. Goode also serves as the Director of the Center for Visual Resources in the School of Arts and Humanities.

Dr. Goode lectures actively to church and civic groups, most frequently on Christian imagery. Her current research involves multiple aspects of Italian art: Marian imagery, the relationship between devotional texts and images, the development of altarpiece imagery, and the changing role of narrative in art.