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Dr. Hutson is an art historian specializing in early modern Italian art of the Renaissance and Baroque, immersive realities, digital humanities, and gamification of education. He received his BA in Art from the University of Tulsa, MA in Art History from Southern Methodist University, and his PhD in Art History from the University of Maryland, College Park. He has also received his MA in Leadership from Lindenwood University and is completing his MA in Game Design. He now serves as Department Head of Art History and Visual Culture for the College of Arts and Humanities. His scholarship focuses on the exchange between art, theory and the nature of beauty from 1400-1700 in books and articles, as well as the integration of immersive realities and gamification of education. He belongs to several professional organizations and presents regularly at the College Art Association, Renaissance Society of America, Sixteenth-Century Society, International Game Developers Association, and Association for Computers and Humanities (ACH).
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Heidenreich, Don and Hutson, James, "Thinking Aloud, Episode 13- Art History- What is art and who are we missing?" (2022). Thinking Aloud. 13.
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