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Marilyn Houlberg

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Marilyn Jensen Houlberg (July 17, 1939 - June 29, 2012) was a professor, art historian, anthropologist, photographer, and curator. She was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. Houlberg traveled extensively, conducting art historical and anthropological research in countries across the Caribbean and western Africa. She is known for curating exhibitions based on the religious icons and visual practices of Haitian Vodou and her anthropological research on the culture of the Yoruba people in southwestern Nigeria. Her photography archives and visual art collections are housed in various institutions throughout the United States. She was Professor Emeritus of Art History, Theory, and Criticism at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she taught for over twenty years. Education Houlberg earned an Associates degree from Wilbur Wright College (formerly Wright Junior College) before completing both a BFA (1963) and MAT (1967) at the University of Chicago. She later attende
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