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Sakina Ahmad is a communications professional with an MA in Art and Museum Studies from Georgetown University. She excels in marketing for artists and cultural institutions, merging design and writing to create meaningful content. Currently, she is the Assistant Manager of Marketing and Content at the American Alliance of Museums. Tracey Davison is A PhD […]

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Isabella Dobson is a PhD student in the History of Art & Architecture at Boston University interested in the ways that eroticism, desire, and sensuality operate in paintings and prints of the female body from the Early Modern period.  Theodora Bocanegra Lang is an MA candidate in Modern and Contemporary Art History at Columbia University. […]

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Colleen Foran is a PhD candidate studying African art at Boston University. Her research focuses on contemporary West African art, particularly on public and participatory art in Ghana’s capital of Accra. Prior to coming to BU, Colleen worked at the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art. Katherine Gregory is an Art History PhD candidate at […]

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Renée Brown is a PhD student at Boston University where she studies twentieth-century American visual and material culture with a focus on the history of photography. Her work on these topics engages questions of epistemology and representation, considering the different forms of knowledge shaped through text and image. Amy DeLaBruere received her BA in history […]

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Japheth Asiedu-Kwarteng is an MFA candidate at Illinois State University. Japheth is a member of NCECA and has been featured in several prestigious exhibitions including the 2021 NCECA Annual exhibition. He was a presenter at the 2021 NCECA Conference. Japheth holds the NCECA Multicultural, Baber, and Lela Winegarner fellowships. Heather Burich is an emerging art […]

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Emily Beaulieu is a second-year master’s student in art history at Tufts University. She specializes in Italian Renaissance and Baroque art, with a particular interest in Caravaggio and art theory of the seventeenth century. Recently, Beaulieu has expanded her area of study to non-European art of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Morgan J. Brittain is […]

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Shannon Bewley was the Provenance Research Fellow in the departments of American and European Art at the Birmingham Museum of Art prior to entering Boston University as a PhD student in the Department of History of Art and Architecture. Her research areas include sculpture and conceptual art, with special attention to photographs of conceptual art […]

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Rebecca Arnheim is a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate in History of Art & Architecture at Boston University. Previously, she received her BA and MA in History of Art from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a Diploma in Curatorial and Museum Studies from Tel Aviv University. She is currently working on her dissertation, “Ephemera Made Permanent: […]

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J. Cabelle Ahn is a PhD Candidate in History of Art and Architecture at Harvard University and the current Samuel H. Kress Predoctoral Fellow at the Drawing Institute of the Morgan Library & Museum, NY. Her dissertation is titled “Multiple Exposures: The Exhibition of Drawings in Eighteenth-century France. Shannon Bewley was the Provenance Research Fellow in […]