Susan Doheny teaches academic arts courses that are writing designated in the School of Visual and Performing Arts. She holds a Masters of Liberal Studies from Dartmouth College focusing on the Intersection of Visual Arts, Literature and Psychology. She has taught in Higher Education since 2001 starting at Emerson College. She has interdisciplinary interests in film, screenwriting, trauma, and Irish architecture.
Master of Arts in Liberal Studies
Art Institute of Boston
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography
Awards and Accomplishments
College Arts Association - Session: Cacophony and the Matrices of Political Sublimation. Presentation title: The Imaginary Space of Film as Reinforcement and Resistance to Dominant Ideology
The Futures of American Studies Institute, Dartmouth College. Presentation title: Picturing the Invisible Realm of Philosophy
The Futures of American Studies Institute, Dartmouth College. Presentation title: A Fugitive`s Tale (in progress)
Doheny, Susan (2001). The Psychology of the Surrealist In-between. (Unpublished Master Thesis). Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.
Visual Arts Cultural Values I & II
History of Photography
Visual Arts Cultural History
Advanced Photography Seminar
History of Architecture and Interior Design