Assistant Professor - Art History
Dr. Pitluga is an assistant professor in the Art Department at Slippery Rock University. His Ph.d. dissertation was the collegiate designs of Charles Z. Klauder considered the Dean of College Architecture in the early twentieth century. Following graduation Dr. Pitluga taught in temporary positions in Pennsylvania, Arkansas, and Colorado before his position as art historian at Slippery Rock University. He currently teaches all the art history courses offered by the art department. He has delivered talks on numerous topics dealing with nineteenth and twentieth centuries architecture. In addition, he has led student groups overseas to such countries as Italy, France, Spain, England, the Netherlands and Peru.
Areas of Teaching
Overview of Western Art, Overview of World Art, Foundations of Modern Art, North American Art, The Renaissance Tradition, Early Modern Art, Art Since 1945, Art History Seminar.
B.A., Art History, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, M.A., Art History, The Pennsylvania State University, Ph.d., Art History, The Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania.