• Giulio Sorgini

      Antongiulio Sorgini (BA, 2009) is currently a PhD student studying early modern Italian painting at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. Prior to this, Giulio obtained a Master’s degree from the Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art and held positions at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts. 

  • Naomi Sosnovsky

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    • Naomi Sosnovsky (BA, 2013) has completed her Master's degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology in the field of textile conservation/ fashion studies. She will be attending Oxford to pursue a Master's in Archaeology degree starting in fall 2016.

  • Antonia Stamos

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    • Antonia Stamos (PhD, 2006) is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Art and Graphic Design at the American University in Kuwait.

  • Lea Stephenson

      Lea Stephenson (BA, 2015) received her MA in Art History from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts in 2017. She is currently a Decorative Arts Research Fellow at the Preservation Society of Newport County in Rhode Island. Previously, she worked at the Dallas Museum of Art as a Summer Research Associate in American Art and at the Philadelphia Museum of Art as an intern in the American Art department.  

  • Kelley Stone

      Kelley Stone (BA, 2012 cum laude, minor in Ancient Mediterranean Studies) worked for 3 years in the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology's Membership and Annual Giving department and as Director of Operations for Paperclips215, which has a focus on raising awareness of the creative events through a calendar and live coverage through social media (  She completed her MA in Art History and Archaeology at NYU's IFA.

  • Alyssa A. Stuble

      Alyssa A. Stuble (MA Fine Arts Administration, 2016; BA Art History, 2011 cum laude) has moved from her job as manager in the Marketing and Communications Department at National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia, where she was in charge of all design, advertising, and budgeting for the museum marketing material.  She also freelanced at the University Museum (University of Pennsylvania) as a media buyer/strategist.  She is currently Communications Manager at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA.

  • Lisa (Strahl) Swan

      Lisa Swan (PhD, 2009) is and adjunct faculty member in Art History at Temple and Bucks County Community College (Visual Arts).

  • Victoria Szafara

      Victoria Szafara (BA, 2017 cum laude), who was a double major in Classics and Art History, will be doing fieldwork at Caere, Italy (an Etruscan site) and helping to manage their database, and she will be attending the Classical Summer School at the American Academy in Rome. In fall 2017 she will be attending the University of Leicester to begin her MA in Classical Archaeology.

  • Kathleen Szpila

      Kathleen Szpila (PhD, 19xx), a Sister of St. Joseph, is an Assistant Professor and coordinator of the Foundations in Liberal Arts program at Chestnut Hill College, Department of Art History.  She is currently writing The Nuns of the Battlefield Monument: Mrs. Jolly’s Idea.

  • Elizabeth Szylejko

      Elizabeth Szylejko (BA, 2009), who was a double major in Greek and Latin Classics, is a tenured teacher of Latin (including AP, IB) at Central High School in Philadelphia. She is currently working on publishing the amphoras from Area C of Caesarea Maritima, Israel, after participating on archaeological excavations in France and pottery workshops at the American Academy in Rome.

  • Agnieszka Szymanska

      Agnieszka Szymanska (MA, 2010; PhD, 2017) has accepted a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor in the Department of Art History at the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia.

  • Kimberly Tamboer

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    • Kimberly Tamboer (MA, 2015) has been appointed Development Manager in the New York office for Save Venice: Dedicated to Preserving the Artistic Heritage of Venice (

  • Sarah van Anden

      Sarah van Anden (BA, 2008) is the Senior Program Manager for the Center for Curatorial Leadership in NY.

  • Ian Verstegen

      Ian Verstegen (PhD, 2002) is Visual Studies Associate Director and a lecturer in Visual Studies at the University of Pennyslvania. He is the author of Arnheim, Gestalt and Art: A Psychological Theory (2005), A Realist Theory of Art History (2013), Cognitive Iconology: When and How Psychology Explains Images (2014), and Federico Barocci and the Oratorians (2015). Verstegen has also edited volumes on the Della Rovere family (2007) and the American philosopher Maurice Mandelbaum (2010).

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