MA Student; History of Art & Architecture, HAA Diversity & Inclusion Committee

Graham Stopa is a master’s student studying art history at Boston University, focusing on the collecting and provenance histories of African antiquities in Euro-American collections with a particular interest in the restitution of cultural heritage. Graham received a BA in Art History with high honors from Emory University in 2019, writing a senior thesis on the 20th-century interwar reception and urban integration of Classical monuments in Rome. Graham has conducted curatorial research in African art at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta and Cornell University’s Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art. Before moving to Boston, Graham taught English in Madrid.

History of Art & Architecture Diversity & Inclusion Committee