Bard Faculty

Gretta Tritch Roman

Digital Projects Coordinator, Experimental Humanities

Primary Academic Program: Experimental Humanities

Academic Program Affiliation(s): Art History


B.Arch., University of Arkansas, Fayetteville; M.A., Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University. Primary area of expertise is American architecture, 1780–1940; other areas of interest include 19th- and 20th-century South Asian architecture and urbanism, and cartography and ritual theory in colonial New Spain. Contributor to The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Culture and Intellectual History (on Benjamin Henry Latrobe). Has delivered papers at conferences including Society of Architectural Historians Annual Meeting, European Association for Urban History, Graduate Student Symposium on the History of Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Society of Utopian Studies Annual Meeting, among others. Has taught courses in art history, Arts and Crafts architecture and design, architectural history, Asian art and architecture, the skyscraper, and Frank Lloyd Wright and his contemporaries. At Bard since 2015.


Phone: 845-758-6822 x4385
Location: Fairbairn
Office: Room 202