Since 2000 Aneta Georgievska-Shine has regularly taught in the Department of Art History and Archaeology, University of Maryland, having earned from there her Ph.D. in art history in Northern Baroque art with Italian Renaissance art as a secondary area of specialization. In her continuous appointment as a lecturer, Aneta has taught a range of survey and upper-division courses: Colloquium in Methods of Art Historical Research, Seventeenth-Century Art in the Netherlands, Seventeenth century Southern European Art, Sixteenth-Century Italian Art, Fifteenth-Century Italian Art, and Survey of Western Art.
Aneta also has regularly lectured since 2000 for the Department of Fine Arts, University of Maryland, teaching upper-division courses in art theory: both from historic perspective and in contemporary discourse and practice.
Courses designed and taught as new offerings within these departments:
Art History and the Museum World – upper division colloquium
Classical Mythology in the Early Modern Period (Italy, France, Holland, Flanders, Spain)
Art and Imagination – upper division colloquium