• Monica Anke Hahn

      Monica Anke Hahn (PhD, 2017) teaches in the art department and the honors curriculum at the Community College of Philadelphia.  She studies representations of indigenous peoples in eighteenth-century British imperial contexts. Her research has been funded by the Andrew H. Mellon Foundation, the NEH Global Book Histories Initiative, The Library Company of Philadelphia, the HIstorical Society of Pennsylvania, the Lilly Library, the Yale Center for British Art, the Lewis Walpole Library, the Tyler School of Art and Architecture, the Maryland Historical Society, and the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute. Hahn's essay, "Dramatizing the Encounter: The Performative Body in John Webbers, 'A Man of the Sandwich Islands, Dancing'" appears in Artistic Responses to Travel in the Western Tradition (Sarah Lippert, ed., Routledge, 2018).

  • Maite Barragan

      Maite Barragan (PhD, 2017) is a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Department of Art History at Albright College, in Reading, PA. Her dissertation, "Mediating Modernity - Visual Culture and Class in Madrid, 1926-1936," was completed under Dr. Adele Nelson and Dr. Therese Dolan.

  • Joan Beaudoin

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    • Jean Beaudoin (MA, 1994) is currently Associate Professor at Wayne State University in the School of Library and Information Sciences, after serving in the School of Information Science and Technology at Drexel University .

  • Lily Bonga

      Lily Bonga (PhD, 2012) is an Assistant Archaeological Illustrator for the Institute of Aegean Prehistory Study Center and a member of their Publication Team. Dr. Bonga received her BFA in Photography from Cornell University, her MA in Museum Studies from Brandeis University, and her PhD in Art History from Temple University. She first came to the INSTAP Study Center for East Crete in the summer of 2009 as a graduate student and later was awarded the INSTAP SCEC Library Fellowship. Since 2012 she has worked as an archaeological illustrator. Although Dr. Bonga enjoys drawing Bronze and Iron Age pottery for the various projects, she is particularly fond of the Neolithic period, as her dissertation was on "Late Neolithic Pottery from Mainland Greece, ca. 5300-4300 BC."

  • William O'Neil Bourke

      After completing his BA in 2015, William O'Neil Bourke went on to earn his MArch at Tyler School of Art and Architecture.

  • Lance Boushell

      Lance Boushell (BA, 1999 magna cum laude) has been working for Stebich Ridder International (DBA SRI Fine Art Service), a privately-owned NY/NJ based fine-art service company, coordinating local, domestic, and international services such as art handling, installation, transportation, and storage on behalf of collectors. Lance is interested in the role of public art within communities and pursued his Master's in Community Planning at the University of Maryland. 

  • Hilary Brown-Kruchowy

      Hilary Brown (MA Fine Arts Administration, 1995) is the Director of Development for the Adult Day Center in Somerset County, New Jersey and Board Member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, NJ Chapter.

  • James Callaghan

      James Callaghan (PhD, 1998), formerly the Associate Vice-Chancellor for International Programs at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, is now Vice-President of Academic Affairs at Muskingum University in New Concord, Ohio.

  • Michael Carroll

    Michael Carroll

      Michael Carroll (MA, 2019) worked as a Bibliographic Assistant III, Metadata and Digitalization Services Department, Charles Library, Temple University before moving on to The Fisher Fine Arts Library at the University of Pennsylvania as Materials & Images Librarian.

  • Bradley Cavallo

      Bradley Cavallo (PhD, 2017) is an independent scholar. His publications include, "Funerary Portraits on Stone" in Notes on the History of Art (Summer 2019) and a book review in The Sixteenth-Century Journal (49.3 Fall 2018), "Cosimo I de’ Medici’s Dissimulation of Diplomacy in the Guardaroba Nuova", Diplomatica4(1), 52-73, which won the Mattingly Award, "for excellence and originality in an essay on diplomatic society or culture".

  • Jasmine Cloud

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    • Jasmine Cloud (PhD, 2014) is an Assciate Professor at the University of Central Missouri. She teaches courses in the history of art from prehistory to the present day. Her scholarly work focuses on the art and architecture of Baroque Italy. She has received fellowships from the Kress Foundation to support her research on the urban history of Rome, specifically the redevelopment of the Roman Forum in the early modern period. Dr. Cloud has published essays on Baroque Rome and Renaissance Venice in edited volumes, and has presented her research at conferences in Italy and North America. 

  • Nicole Cook

      Nicole Cook (MA, 2010) formerly with the Chemical Heritage Foundation, is Project Coordinator for Academic Partnerships at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, helping to coordinate and expand on the museum’s partnership with Tyler School of Art and Architecture's Department of Art History in order to provide graduate students with direct, hands-on training working with objects and collections-directed study. The partnership and position are funded through the Mellon Foundation’s object-directed study initiatives.

  • Arthur J. DiFuria

      Arthur J. DiFuria (MA, 1998) is a specialist in Maerten van Heemskerck. He is a Professor at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia. He has just authored the book, Maarten van Heemskerck's Rome: Antiquity, Memory, and the Cult of Ruins (Brill, 2018).

  • Christa DiMarco

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    • Christa DiMarco (MA, 2007; PhD, 2015) is Associate Professor of Art History at University of the Arts in Philadelphia.  She is the recipient of the W.T. Bandy Fellowship at Vanderbuilt University in Nashville, Tennessee (2016).

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