About Yule Heibel

She is a German-born dual naturalized American and Canadian citizen; received a PhD in the History of Art and Architecture from Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts & Sciences in 1991, and (after a 9 1/2 year stay in Victoria, British Columbia + a 5 month stay in Portland OR) currently lives once again in Greater Boston. Since moving back to Boston’s North Shore, she has written articles for North Shore Art Throb (see for example The Loud and Proud Crowd, a feature on the North Shore’s LGBT community).

From 2000 to 2010, the core of her work entailed 1) homeschooling her son and daughter, and 2) learning and writing about urbanism.

Click on the scribd badge, below, to see what she wrote about urbanism in Focus Magazine:

  is where my documents live!

About this blog:

It’s sometimes about non-regulated seriousness.

See What’s in a name? if you have no idea how to pronounce her name.

See Why is this blog called Post studio? for some old ideals.

Click the book covers below for info about some of her art history writings:



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This blog was Feed of the Day on March 20, 2004

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