Amelia Goldsby

Graduate Student

Amelia is a second-year PhD student specializing in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century French art. She is interested in issues of landscape and depictions of trees, particularly as illustrations of changing dynamics between the self and the environment. Previously, she earned a BA in art history from Truman State University and an MA in art history from the University of Iowa. Her MA research considered the contemporary sculptor Marjetica Potrč's projects on informal settlements and urban dynamics in a changing climate. Before coming to Iowa, Amelia completed internships at the Saint Louis Art Museum and Floodplain, an experimental art space.

Research areas
  • Art history
  • Modern and Contemporary
Amelia Goldsby is a Graduate Student in the School of Art and Art History.
BA, Art History, Truman State University
MA, Art History, University of Iowa