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Andrea Guzzetti, Archaeology PhD ’12, named Collections Development Librarian

Posted June 4, 2015

Andrea Guzzetti is the new Collections Development Librarian of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Andrea received his PhD in Archaeology in 2012, with a dissertation titled A Walk through the Past: Toward a Study of Archaeological Museums in Italy, Greece, and Israel, directed by Professor A. A. Donohue.

Art Historian Catherine Soussloff (AB ’73, PhD ’82) delivers series of lectures at the College de France

Posted May 26, 2015

Catherine Soussloff (AB ’73, PhD ’82) was invited as a Visiting Lecturer at the College de France where she delivered a series of lectures on the topic “Michel Foucault on Painting.” The lectures relate to her next book project, Michel Foucault and Painting. Catherine Soussloff is Professor of Art History at the Peter Wall Institute […]

Mark Sullivan (Ph.D., History of Art, 1981) publishes book on Henry David Thoreau in American Visual Culture

Posted January 30, 2015

Mark Sullivan (Ph.D., History of Art, 1981) has published a new book, Picturing Thoreau:  Henry David Thoreau in American Visual Culture (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015). Mark Sullivan is associate professor of art history and director of the Art History program at Villanova University. From the publisher’s website: As we approach the bicentennial, in 2017, of […]

Noël Valis (Ph.D., 1975) publishes novella, The Labor of Longing

Posted January 9, 2015

Noël Valis (Ph.D., Spanish Literature, 1975) has published a novella, The Labor of Longing (Charlotte, NC: Main Street Rag Publishing, 2014). Noël Valis is Professor and Director of Graduate Studies for Spanish at Yale University. From the publisher’s website: “If ghosts dreamed, what would they dream? What are dreams after we are gone? Set in the late nineteenth-century […]

Christina Marinelli (Archaeology, M.A. ’13) joins the Education Department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Posted November 4, 2014

This past September, Christina Marinelli became Education Programs Associate in the Academic Programs division of the Education Department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Principally, Christina is responsible for the workings of the Met’s fellowship office – working with the various curatorial and conservation departments to host fellows and visiting scholars, and organizing professional development […]

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