Dr. Katherine Hinzman


Position Title: Visiting Assistant Professor
Department: History
Office: St. Benedict Hall 308
Phone: 913.360.7294
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Curriculum Vitae

Katherine M. Hinzman is a Visiting Assistant Professor, teaching courses in U.S. History ranging from the early European discovery of the Americas to the late twentieth century. Her academic studies mostly broadly are in eighteenth and nineteenth century Christian theology and the arts, specializing in material and visual culture. Katherine has received her Masters in the History of Art and Visual Culture from the University of Oxford and her doctorate from the University of York (U.K.). Her dissertation and academic publications and presentations focus on artist Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898), the Oxford Movement, and the idea of ‘the theology of art’. Working at non-profits, museums, and conferences, Katherine has organized academic and church community events related to history, art, and Catholic culture and theology. She is currently working on a sourcebook of texts and images related to Christian theology and art in eighteenth and nineteenth century Europe.

Born in Honolulu, Hawaii, Katherine grew up moving across the country and enjoys travel, writing, walking her dog, and cooking.