Stephanie Shestakow

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College Lecturer II, Art History

Office: Grunin Art Center #11, Room B105

Phone: 732.255.0400 Ext. 2951


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ARTS 181
Art from Prehistory to Middle Ages
ARTS 182 Art from Renaissance to Modern World  
ARTS 205 Modern Art
ARTS 206 American Art  


MA – Columbia University
MA – University of London
BA – Barnard College
AA – Ocean County College


Teaching Che:  A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words (or T-shirts), Visual Inquiry: Learning & Teaching Art, Vol. 1, Fall 2011. p. 53-57.

Drawn to the Water: Philadelphia Artists Visualize Pennsylvania’s Maritime History, Museum & Society, November 2011, p. 251-252.

TCNJ Art Gallery Exhibition Rethinks Representation of Black Men, TCNJ Magazine, April 2011, accessed November 1, 2011.

Slavery, Sugar, and the Culture of Refinement, by K. Dian Kriz., College Art Association (CAA) Reviews, December 2009, accessed December 15, 2009.

Deception and Detection in Eighteenth-Century Britain, by Jack Lynch, Journal of British Studies, July 2009, p. 774-776.

New Faces in New Places: The Changing Geography of American Immigration, edited by Douglas S. Massey, Museums & Social Issues: A Journal of Reflective Discourse, Fall 2008, p. 245-248.


Beyond the Classroom & Critical Concerns: Global Education for Girls, Georgian Court University and Ocean County College (2016)

Presenter and Panel Discussion, Role of Women in Art and Culture
Irish Heritage Celebration, Ocean County College (2016)

Presenter, Irish Earthworks: Landscape and Memory
Hispanic Heritage Month, Ocean County College (2015)

Co-Presenter, “From Ernesto to Che, from Che to Commodity.”
NACADA (National Academic Advising Association) Drive-In Conference, Temple University (2013)

Co-Presenter and Roundtable Facilitator, Strategies for New(er) Advisors.
New Jersey State NACADA Conference, The College of New Jersey (2012)

Conference organizer and session moderator.
New Horizons in Maritime History, King’s College, Cambridge University (2010)

Presented paper Navigating the Transatlantic Slave Trade: Museums and Maritime History.
Interdisciplinary Conference on Race, Monmouth University (2008)

Presented paper Re-Presenting Transatlantic Slavery: A Case Study of the Merseyside Maritime Museum, Liverpool.
Why Suicide? Timeless Universal or Culturally Specific?, University College London  (1999)

Presented paper Sans Raison Apparente: Manet, Le Suicide and the Banality of Death.