PhD Student, History of Art & Architecture, Travel Grant Committee Member, GSHAAA
Liz Neill is a PhD student studying ancient art with interests in archaeology, digital tools, museums, and materials science. Prior to BU, Liz earned an MA in Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture from Bard Graduate Center in New York. Her museum experience includes the Field Museum of Natural History, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, East Hampton Historical Society, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Before entering the PhD program, she was a Project Manager and Content Producer at a museum interactive design firm in Boston. She excavates in Boston (City Archaeology Program) and in Greece (Palace of Nestor, Pylos, ASCSA/University of Cincinnati).
Travel Grant Committee Member, Graduate Student History of Art & Architecture Association
GSO Representative, Graduate Student History of Art & Architecture Association.
Co-President and GSO Representative, Graduate Student History of Art & Architecture Association.
- Mediterranean ceramics (Bronze and Iron Age)
- Everyday objects, decorative arts
- Collections histories and futures