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Chelsea Baumgartner is a second year PhD student at the University of British Columbia, Canada, where she studies gender and sexuality in Islamic Art and lives with her spouse, Marlene Evangeline Imana Iyemura. Sasha Goldman is a doctoral candidate in the History of Art & Architecture Department at Boston University where she studies Modern and […]

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Sasha Goldman is a doctoral student studying Modern & Contemporary art at Boston University. Her research focuses on Italian art and exhibition histories, with a particular interest in national heritage, humor and curatorial practices. Kathryn Kremnitzer is a PhD student at Columbia University in the Department of Art History and Archaeology. Martine Gutierrez received her BFA from the […]

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Steve Burges Steve Burges is a doctoral student with a focus in Classical art and archaeology. Primarily concentrated on Roman Italy, his research interests include urbanism, cross-cultural influence, depictions of lost epics, and art historiography. He has been known to write the occasional paper on Islamic textiles or cultural heritage management. Ewa Matyczyk Ewa Matyczyk […]

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Jordan Karney Chaim is a doctoral student and Raymond and Margaret Horowitz Foundation Fellow in American Art at Boston University where her research focuses on intersections of contemporary American and Latin American art in California. Before attending Boston University, she was the Assistant Director at Mary Ryan Gallery in New York.

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Olivia J. Kiers is in the final semester of the M.A. program in History of Art & Architecture at Boston University. She is currently a graduate assistant at the Boston University Art Gallery at the Stone Gallery. Olivia’s research interests focus on 19th- and early-20th-century works on paper, particularly European and American prints. Her M.A. […]

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Deborah Stein is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History of Art & Architecture at Boston University, focusing on nineteenth-century American art as well as the history of American art collecting and museum formation. Her dissertation project is entitled “Charles Callahan Perkins, Classical Sculpture, and the Rhetorical Tradition in Mid-Nineteenth Century Boston.”