Fatemeh Tashakori earned her Ph.D. in Philosophy of Art and Art History from The University of Texas at Dallas and served as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at The Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History. Collaborating with the Dallas Museum of Art, her research delves into 17th to 19th-century artistic exchanges between the Islamic world and the West during a period of global and sociocultural convergence in the early modern era. She specializes on gender and sexuality in Islamic Art, modern philosophy of art and aesthetics, and the phenomenology of the female body in visual arts.
Throughout her academic journey, she has taught Global Art History, Philosophy of Art, and Islamic Art and Visual Cultures at various institutions, including Western Washington University, the University of North Texas, Texas Christian University, and Lamar University.
- Gender and Sexuality in Islamic Art
- Modern Philosophy of Art and Aesthetics
- Phenomenology of the Female Body in Visual Arts
- The Politics of the Body
- The University of Texas at Dallas, PhD in Philosophy of Art and Aesthetic Studies, 2020
- Allameh Tabatabai University,Tehran, Iran, MA in Philosophy of Art, 2011
- Tehran Art and Architecture University, Tehran, Iran, BA in Industrial Design, 2007
- Visiting Assistant Professor in Art History and Philosophy of Art, Western Washington University
- Professor in Art History and Philosophy of Art, University of North Texas
- Professor in Art History and Philosophy of Art, Texas Christian University
- Postdoctoral Research Associate at The Dallas Museum of Art and The Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History
- Professor in Art History and Philosophy of Art, Lamar University
Awards & Distinctions
- The University of Texas at Dallas, The Best Dissertation Award, 2021