Martin Conrad

Martin Conrad

Associate Professor

(719) 502-3436 | Martin.Conrad@PikesPeak.edu

Box C16, Centennial | F-341

Background

Martin Conrad
M.A., University of Colorado

I am a former student of Pikes Peak, earning my AA in 2005, then completing my BA in Art History at UCCS in 2007. I taught at Pikes Peak as a part-time instructor for two years before becoming full time faculty, for a total of 16 years of teaching.

education

Professional Experience

I have taught Art History, Art Appreciation, elementary bookbinding, History, and fundamental Humanities courses, as well as World Mythology. I am currently serving my second stint as Chair of the Humanities Department.

Classes Taught

Art Appreciation
Art History
Bookbinding
History
World Mythology

Publications

Mythology Matters: an Open Educational Resources (OER) textbook

Professional Memberships

American Association of University Professors (AAUP)
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
Community College Humanities Association (CCHE)

Research Interests

The expression of the archetypes in modern societies; Goddess awareness and ecological consciousness; the value of mythology studies in personal and collective empowerment.