Dr. Gregory has been the Chair of the Department of Art & Art History since 2005. Previously he served as Director of the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery for six years. As Department Head, he is responsible for overseeing the functions of the Pearlstein Gallery, and he occasionally takes an interest in organizing off-site exhibitions. He is the author of a recent iconographical study of the religious paintings of the sixteenth-century Northern European painter Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
Dr. Gregory has also published articles in the fields of Modern art, interdisciplinary studies, art theory, and contemporary photography. He teaches all components of the Western survey, and has competency to teach specialized courses in contemporary art, women in art, Northern Renaissance, Baroque, nineteenth century, and American art. Currently, he is writing a textbook on Modern Art, and a second book on the iconography of Bruegel’s religious narratives.