Current Art History Graduate Students

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Current Art History Graduate Students

Below you can explore current graduate students in the Tyler School of Art and Architecture's Art History Program below.

  • PhD in Art History

    Flavia Barbarini

    • Email: flavia.barbarini@temple.edu
    • Flavia Barbarini (she/her) is a Ph.D. candidate specializing in the art of early modern Italy, with a specific focus on drawings and prints. Her research interests include collecting and display, museology, art markets, and fresco decorations. Her doctoral dissertation examines the circulation and the market of drawings in sixteenth-century Italy, with an emphasis on the collection of the Florentine senator Niccolò Gaddi.  

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    Molly Bernhard

    • Molly Bernhard is specializing in Italian and Northern Renaissance art. Before coming to Temple University, she received her Masters in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies from the University of Edinburgh and has worked at museums and galleries in New York City and Edinburgh. Her current research involves Renaissance paintings, their material culture and their provenance.

  • PhD in Art History

    Marian Berthoud

    • Marian Berthoud is currently researching Baroque architecture and urban planning in southern Italy and Spain. She received her BA in art history and arts management at the University of San Francisco in 2014. She attended and attained her MPhil in Irish art history at Trinity College Dublin in 2017. Berthoud also worked as an inventory and research assistant at the Cantor Museum at Stanford University and lectured at Foothill Community College in Asian art and architecture.

  • PhD in Art History

    Jessica Braum

    • Email: tuj67879@temple.edu
    • Jessica Braum’s research interests include post-war developments of the art of Southeast and East Asia, Europe, and the Americas, emphasizing the intersections of art, culture, and globalization with a focus on feminist theories and methods in transnational art. She earned her MA in Printmaking from University of the Arts London. Before attending Temple University, she helmed the sustainable fashion brand Hepi Prints and served as a docent at the Singapore Tyler Print Institute. 

      MA, Printmaking, University of the Arts London, 2006
      BFA, Kansas City Art Institute, 2002...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Marlise Brown

    • Email: marlise.gabrielle.brown@temple.edu
    • Marlise Brown (she/her) is a Ph.D. candidate specializing in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century art. She received her M.A. and B.A. at The Pennsylvania State University. Her dissertation, “The Markgräfin’s Two Bodies: The Architecture and Performance of Wilhelmine’s Bayreuth,” addresses self-fashioning, gender, and architectural patronage in eighteenth-century Germany. Her research and professional development have been supported by grants from the Getty Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Decorative Arts Trust,...

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  • PhD in Art History

    David Carnish

    • Email: david.carnish@temple.edu
    • David Carnish is a Ph.D. student in his second year of studies in the Italian Renaissance. He received a BA in Philosophy from Valdosta State College in 1990, a M/Div from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY in 1994 and a MA in Interdisciplinary Humanities from Penn State Harrisburg in 2020.  His areas of interest, religion, humanism, spirituality, sacred image, icons, iconoclasm, and the Counter-Reformation.  He currently lives in Elizabethtown, PA where he works for Penn State Hershey...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Maeve Coudrelle

    • Email: mcoudrelle@temple.edu
    • Maeve Coudrelle (they/them) specializes in modern and contemporary prints and exhibition history in the Americas and Europe, with a focus on Latin America in the 1960s and 1970s. They have been awarded grants and fellowships by the Getty Foundation, the Smithsonian Latino Center, the Southeastern College Art Conference, and the Conservation Center at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Coudrelle has curated for the Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection at Temple University, the New Wilmington Art...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Camila Damico Medina

    • Email: camila.damico.medina@temple.edu
    • Camila Damico Medina is a PhD student in Art History and University Fellow specializing in Latin American media art history. She is interested in analyzing the relationship between art, media and technology through decolonial lenses. Camila holds a MA in Communication Technologies and Aesthetics from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro and a BA in Cultural Production from Universidade Federal Fluminense, in which she also studied Philosophy of Art at Université Paris VIII. Previously, she worked coordinating hybrid...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Elizabeth Duntemann

    • Elizabeth Duntemann specializes in early modern art and architecture of Southern Europe, with particular focus on infirmity and healing. She earned a BA in Art History (2012) from Old Dominion University. Elizabeth has taught undergraduate courses, worked in museums and library special collections. She has received fellowships from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation Venetian Research Program (2019-2020), the Centro per la Storia dell’Arte e dell’Architettura delle Città Portuali (2018-2019) at Museo di Capodimonte in Naples, Temple Rome (2019), and departmental awards.

  • PhD in Art History

    Michael J. Ernst

    • Email: michaeljernst@temple.edu
    • Michael J. Ernst is currently a doctoral candidate in the Department of Art History at Temple University’s Tyler School of Art & Architecture where he studies with Emily Neumeier. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, where he studied with Renata Holod before her retirement. 

      Ernst’s primary research area is the modern & contemporary Islamic visual culture of the Caucasus and Central...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Vincent Forsell

    • Email: vforsell@temple.edu
    • Vincent Forsell (he/him) is a specialist in art at the intersections of disabled and queer methodologies, specifically queer semiotics and its applications to the function of art within the broader spectrum of HIV and AIDS activism. He is a PhD Candidate and Adjunct Instructor at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture, Temple University, where he also received his MA in art history in 2019. Before coming to Philadelphia, he received his BA in art history from East Stroudsburg University in 2017.  ...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Emma P. Holter

    • Email: emma.p.holter@temple.edu
    • Emma P. Holter (she/her) is a first-year PhD student and University Fellow at Temple University. She studies the art of early modern Italy with a particular interest in drawings, prints, and monochromatic paintings. Her research interests encompass works of art left unfinished, grisaille, technical art history, race and gender in the quattrocento Veneto, and cultural relations between Venice and the Islamic empires of the eastern Mediterranean. 

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  • PhD in Art History

    Kedra Kearis

    • Email: kedra.kearis@temple.edu
    • Kedra Kearis is a PhD candidate specializing in art and material culture of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Her dissertation “Cosmopolitan Savoir-Faire: Transnational Portrait Style and the Invention of the New American Woman, 1876-1920” examines the intersections between gender, space, and the visual arts. Kearis’ research has been supported by grants from The New-York Historical Society, the Association of Historians of American Art, and Temple University. She is currently a Collections Fellow at The Preservation Society of Newport County. 

       
      Dissertation Title: Cosmopolitan Savoir-Faire: Transnational Portrait Style and the Invention of the New American Woman, 1876-1920 

  • PhD in Art History

    Maik Lally

    • Michael A. Lally is a Ph.D student studying architecture and material culture of East Africa and the Western Indian Ocean. His current research focuses on phenomenology and the interaction of the viewer, architecture, and material culture in early modern Yemen, the Swahili Coast, and the Horn of Africa. He received his BA in both art history and theoretical physicals from Middlebury College and received the Swenson Family Fellowship in Eastern Christian Manuscript Studies from the Hill Museum and Manuscript Library. 

      BA, Art History and Theoretical Physicals, Middlebury College 

  • PhD in Art History

    Ari Lipkis

    • Email: ari.lipkis@temple.edu
    • Ari Lipkis is focusing on Northern Italian architecture from Leon Battista Alberti to Vincenzo Scamozzi, from built works to drawings to theoretical treatises and printed matter. Ari’s research has been on the role of the fantastic or  fantasia, as well as mimesis, in the spread and development of new architectural innovations in the sixteenth century. Ari’s research examines architectural and urban vedute and their utilization by architects as statements about how they aligned their contemporary...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Li Machado

    • Email: liam.machado@temple.edu
    • Li Machado (he/they) is a PhD candidate specializing in Modern and Contemporary Latin American and Latinx Art, with a research emphasis on memory and memorials, presence, and absence. Li’s current work builds on recent histories of queer art, queer worldmaking and youth culture, and transnational identity formation in the context of the U.S.-Mexico borderlands, particularly Los Angeles. Their dissertation, “Networks of Desire in Queer Chicanx L.A., 1985-2020” focuses on depictions of queer sociability and desire in...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Liam Maher

    • Email: wmaher@temple.edu
    • Liam Maher is a Temple University Fellow in art history at the Tyler School of Art & Architecture. His research focuses on queerness, Catholicism, and anti/colonialism in twentieth and twenty-first century Latin American/Latinx art. His writing has appeared in Accomplice, Art & About PDX, and the National Catholic Reporter, and his most recent work “Queer Here: Cruising as Place-Making” is forthcoming through Bloomsbury Press’s Visual Ecologies of Placemaking. He is co-director of HOT•BED, an experimental art and horticulture space in Center City, Philadelphia. 

      MA, Art History, University of Oregon, 2020 
      BA, Art History & Political Science, University of Notre Dame, 2018 

      Advisor: Mariola Alvarez, PhD

  • PhD in Art History

    Molly Mapstone

    • Email: molly.mapstone@temple.edu
    • Molly is interested in installation art and new materials. Her writings consider contemporary art through theories of infinity, materiality, process, and social art history. Her master’s thesis at the Winterthur Program in American Material Culture, The Materiality and Art History of Glitter, examined the material’s origins and power to convey meaning. She received her B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison while working at the Chazen Museum of Art where she curated exhibitions of works on paper.  

      MA, Winterthur Program in American Material Culture jointly sponsored by the University of Delaware, 2021 
      BA, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2019 

      Advisor: Rachel Grace Newman, PhD

  • PhD in Art History

    Nicole Emser Marcel

    • Email: nicole.marcel@temple.edu
    • Nicole Emser Marcel (she/her) is a PhD candidate studying the modern and contemporary art of the Caribbean. Her dissertation traces the systematic practices of ordering Caribbean land, from the colonial to the present, mapping the visual and material strategies of resistance utilized by artists as a method of repossessing historical narratives and the land. Her research and professional development have been supported by the Stanford University Libraries, the French Colonial Historical Society, and the Temple Graduate...

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  • PhD in Art History

    María de Lourdes Mariño

    • Email: maria.de.lourdes.marino.fernandez@temple.edu
    • María de Lourdes Mariño (she/her) is an independent researcher and curator, currently a Ph.D. student at Temple University. She specializes in Modern and Contemporary Art from Latin America and the Caribbean, including its diaspora. Her scholarship relies on postcolonial and decolonial theories as conceptual frameworks to unravel the region's race, class, gender, political, and economic power relationships as presented through the history of art.  

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  • PhD in Art History

    Lauren M. McCardel

    • Lauren M. McCardel is focusing on 19th-century art, design, and material culture. Her research interests concern the social functions of art and architecture, exploring themes related to gender, labor, authorship and trauma. She holds an MFA in Architectural History from Savannah College of Art and Design and a BA in Art History from Messiah University.

  • PhD in Art History

    Ryan Mitchell

    • Email: ryan.mitchell0006@temple.edu
    • Ryan Mitchell is a second-year PhD student focusing on Islamic art and architecture of the eastern  Mediterranean. He is the recipient of a Fulbright Research Grant to Turkey (2020-21) and a Temple University Grant in Aid (2022) that supported his research on variety of topics related primarily to the nineteenth century. He currently assists the artist Shahzia Sikander with research related to her artistic practice, and has previously held assistantships at the Istanbul Research Institute and the Library of Congress. Prior to entering the doctoral program at Tyler, Ryan worked for several years in business development in New York. He received his undergraduate degree from the Ohio State University in 2017 English Literature and History of Art.  

      BA, History of Art and English Literature, Ohio State University, 2017 

      Advisor: Emily Neumeier

  • PhD in Art History

    Joanna Platt

    • Email: joanna.platt@temple.edu
    • Joanna Platt is a PhD student specializing in modern and contemporary art history. Her primary interests are the representation of labor and the economics of art and production, especially regarding issues of class and social status. Joanna is currently researching Philadelphia’s connections to the Works Progress Administration-sponsored Fine Art Project, specifically issues of inclusivity in the Fine Print Workshop. 

      With a...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Ali Printz

    • Email: alison.printz@temple.edu
    • Ali Printz (she/her) is a scholar of Modern and Contemporary Appalachian Art and a practicing artist whose dissertation discusses Appalachia’s role in the field of ecocriticism, in the intersections of craft and fine art, and in defining Appalachian regionalism within American Art. Printz received a BFA in Painting and a BA in Art History from West Virginia University in 2009 and an MA In Contemporary Art from Sotheby’s Institute of Art in New York in 2012. She has worked in various iterations of the art world in both...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Noah Randolph

    • Noah Randolph is specializing in modern and contemporary art and visual culture, with current research focused on the intersections of monuments and public art with issues of memory, race and politics. He holds a BA in art history from the University of Louisville (2016) and a MA in art history from Temple University (2020).

  • PhD in Art History

    Megan Reddicks Pignataro

    • Email: megan.reddicks@temple.edu
    • Megan Reddicks Pignataro (she/her) specializes painting and sculpture in Quattrocento Florence, particularly on workshop practices, optics, and perspective. Her research also considers art conservation and historical restoration practices. Her dissertation has been supported by the Renaissance Society of America (2021) and Temple Rome (2019).  

      Megan has taught at several institutions in Pennsylvania and Delaware including...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Rachael Reynolds

    • Email: rachael.reynolds@temple.edu
    • Rachael Reynolds (she/her) specializes in the history of photography and other works on paper. Her particular interests lie within concepts of materiality and the role of gender, nature, and mysticism in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.    

      Reynolds has wide-ranging experience in museums, galleries, and arts education, having held roles in curatorial, collections management, exhibition management,...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Samantha Rhodes

    • Email: samantha.rhodes0001@temple.edu
    • Samantha Rhodes is a PhD student studying Italian Renaissance art. Her research interests involve late sixteenth-century devotional paintings as a response to the Counter-Reformation. Samantha completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Oklahoma and received her MA in art history at American University. Before attending Temple, she also worked as an assistant curator for the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum.  

      MA, Art...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Erin Riley-Lopez

    • Email: erin.riley-lopez@temple.edu
    • Erin Riley-Lopez (she/her) is currently an advanced graduate student fellow at the Center for Humanities at Temple (CHAT) for the 2022–2023 academic year. Previously, she was a Future Faculty Fellow at Temple from 2017 to 2021. Riley-Lopez’s specialty is in contemporary art with research interests in queer, trans, and feminist theories, exhibition histories, institutional critique, and performance art. She is currently working on her dissertation which explores contemporary queer exhibitions through the lens of...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Tyler Rockey

    • Email: tyler.rockey@temple.edu
    • Tyler Rockey is studying the Italian Renaissance and its various engagements with a broad spectrum of historical periods and artistic materials. His primary research pursuits are the labile conceptions of temporality and originality in works “after the antique,” and the physical and semiotic instabilities of Classical sculptures and fragments in early modern collections of antiquities. He has produced conference papers and publications that explore early-sixteenth-century grottesche decoration through the...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Brittany Rubin

    • Email: brittany.rubin@temple.edu
    • Brittany Rubin (she/her) studies print culture and the history of the nude in the Early Modern Netherlands. Prior to her matriculation, she worked at the Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University, where she first served as a Kress Fellow and later as Print Room Curatorial Assistant. She also was a contributing co-author for the catalogue Lines of Inquiry: Learning from Rembrandt’s Etchings, which received the College Art Association’s Alfred H. Barr Award in 2019. She received a BA from Macalester College...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Emily Schollenberger

    • Email: emily.schollenberger@temple.edu
    • Emily Schollenberger (she/her) is a PhD candidate at Temple University, where she specializes in Modern and Contemporary Art. Her dissertation examines memory of colonial histories in contemporary photography in the Americas and the Atlantic World. Her research interests include materiality, memory, trauma, and anti-colonial theory. She has presented her work publicly at numerous conferences and through the Library Company of Philadelphia’s Fireside Chat series. Her work has been supported by grants from the Temple...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Alexandra Schoolman

    • Email: alexandra.schoolman@temple.edu
    • Alexandra’s (she/her) research interests include Latin American conceptual art and social practice, particularly as they address the intersection of human and environmental rights. She graduated magna cum laude from Brandeis University and earned her MA in Modern and Contemporary Art History with distinction from the University of Glasgow. Her thesis focused on memory and historical legacy in the work of young Latin American artists. She has shared her PhD research at academic conferences and symposia at the Indiana...

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  • PhD in Art History

    William Schwaller

    • William Schwaller is studying Modern and Contemporary art of the Americas. His dissertation is titled “A Transnational Arte de Sistemas: The Centro de Arte y Comunicación in Argentina and Abroad, 1968–1983.” He received fellowships from the Fulbright Commission in Argentina, the Getty Research Institute and the Terra Foundation for American Art. He earned a BA with honors in Art History from Grinnell College. He has worked at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Minneapolis Institute of Art and MASSMoCA, among others.

  • PhD in Art History

    Lily F. Scott

    • Email: lily.scott@temple.edu
    • Lily F. Scott (she/they) is a Ph.D. candidate specializing in American Modernism, with a focus on queer art and artists. Their dissertation, Neither Then nor Now: Queer Temporalities & Interwar Portraits of Expatriate Sapphists, examines the portraiture of/by queer American women artists living in 1920s Paris. She has taught undergraduate courses at Temple and University of the Arts, and previously worked as an art educator at The Barnes Foundation. Lily is currently the Barra American Art Fellow at the...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Jessica Sternbach

    • Jessica Sternbach is currently focusing on the Dutch Early Modern Period. Her research centers around the experiential and intersensorial quality of Dutch paintings and material culture. She has been an instructor at Temple since 2016. She has written for Fugitive Leaves (2017) and Smarthistory (2021). She received her Bachelor’s in Art History from Willamette University (2013) and her Master’s in Art History and Archaeology from the Institute of Fine Arts (NYU, 2016), where her thesis received honors. 

      MA, Art History and Archaeology, the Institute of Fine Arts, 2016 
      BA, Art History, Willamette University, 2013 

  • PhD in Art History

    Jesse Sullivan

    • Jesse is focusing on fifteenth-century Italian painting. She received her BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD and her MA from the Courtauld Institute of Art in London with Dr. Paula Nuttall. During the summer of 2019 she researched a Venetian altarpiece in-situ with Pratt in Venice. She has taught on women artists and patrons in Medieval through Baroque Italy and is currently teaching a class on representations of Dante’s Divine Comedy in art. 

      MA, the Courtauld Institute of Art 
      BFA, Maryland Institute College of Art 

  • PhD in Art History

    Megan Voeller

    • Email: megan.voeller@temple.edu
    • Megan Voeller (she/they) is an educator, curator and writer whose work focuses on critical intersections of contemporary art and health.  

      As Director of Humanities at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Megan works collaboratively with colleagues and students to infuse the arts and humanities into health professions education. They direct medical humanities programs at Sidney Kimmel Medical College—approximately twenty...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Lauren Wilson

    • Lauren Wilson earned her M.A. in the Interdisciplinary Program in the Humanities at Florida State University. Before joining Tyler’s PhD program in Art History, Lauren taught the Humanities at Valencia College. At Tyler, her studies involve the art history and archaeology of the Aegean Bronze Age with a focus on Minoan pottery. Her research concerns cultural materials, agency, craft networks, ceramic petrography, and the digital humanities. She is currently a scientific staff member at Koumasa with the University of Heidelberg.

  • PhD in Art History

    Rachel Vorsanger

    • Email: rachel.vorsanger@temple.edu
    • Rachel Vorsanger studies Modern art from Europe, Latin America, and the United States. Her research examines the role of gender and displacement in the work of women abstract artists. She graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa from The George Washington University and received her Master’s in Art History and Archaeology from the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University. Prior to matriculating at Temple, Rachel worked for the Betty Parsons Foundation in New York. Along with managing the Foundation’s collection...

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  • PhD in Art History

    Özlem Yıldız

    • Email: ozlem@temple.edu
    • Özlem Yıldız works on cross-cultural exchanges in Ottoman and Safavid illustrated manuscripts from the sixteenth century. She holds an MA in art history from SOAS University of London and an MA in history from Sabancı University in Istanbul. She received the Barakat Trust International Studentship and SOAS Ralph Pinder-Wilson Travel Award among other scholarships. Her article, “A Wise Enemy: The Seventeenth-Century Ottoman Portrayal of the Polish Commander Stanislaw Zolkiewski,” was published in IKON Journal of...

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  • MA in Arts Management

    Sahiti Bonam

    • Email: sahiti.bonam@temple.edu
    • Sahiti is in her second year of her MA in Art History/Arts Management. She is an artist, designer, and cultural worker and has worked with several Philadelphia-based arts and culture organizations over the past 5 years. Sahiti is the Manager of the Graphics Media Center at Temple University, a student-run design and print agency. As a Fox Board Fellow, Sahiti will be working with Asian Arts Initiative over the academic year.  

      BA, Visual Studies, Tyler School of Art and Architecture, 2018   

      Advisor: Linda Earle

       

  • MA in Art History

    Quinn Russell Brown

    • Email: qrb@temple.edu
    • Quinn Russell Brown researches how political imagery shapes, reinforces, and subverts notions of citizenship, belonging, and status, particularly in the United States. He has a background in media and the visual arts and has consulted elected officials about visual communication. His portrait photography has appeared in places like TIME, Wall Street Journal, WIRED, and The Guardian, and his portrait of DeRay Mckesson is held in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. 

      BA, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, the University of Washington 

        

  • MA in Art History

    Danielle Cooke

    • Email: danielle.cooke0001@temple.edu
    • Danielle (she/her) studies contemporary Latinx and Chicanx art with special attention to material and visual interactions with Indigenous and colonial histories of artistic production. For her thesis project she will contextualize the installation work of Justin Favela within histories of colonial Mexican feather painting, Mexican and Guatemalan modernism, and Mexican and Chicanx muralism.  

      She graduated from Cleveland State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Spanish, and a minor in Anthropology. She has worked in front-facing positions at the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and completed a curatorial internship with the Cleveland Museum of Art’s Department of Prints and Drawings.  

      BA, Art History and Spanish, Cleveland State University, 2021 

      Advisor: Mariola Alvarez, PhD

       

  • MA in Art History

    Natalie Cruz

    • Email: tuo75765@temple.edu
    • Natalie Cruz (she/her) is a second-year master's Art History student studying modern and contemporary art of the global Armenian diaspora. She is interested in memory, culture within diaspora communities, and identity preservation/change through art. She received her BA in Art History with a minor in Anthropology from Pacific University Oregon. She is currently the managerial editor of the Queer Armenian Library, a free online database dedicated to platforming the works of queer Armenian authors, filmmakers, artists,...

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  • MA in Art History

    Preston Gould

    • Preston Gould's interests focus on Italian Renaissance art. The pursuit of higher education comes after graduating from Roanoke College in 2019 with a BA in history and a minor in political science. During his undergraduate study he also spent a semester studying art and political history in Florence, Italy through the ISI Florence School. 

      BA, History, Roanoke College, 2019 

       

       

  • MA in Art History

    Jordan Gryscavage

    • Email: jordan.gryscavage@temple.edu
    • Jordan is a current graduate student earning her M.A. in Art History in the Arts Management track, with a certificate in Community Arts. She is a returning alumni to Temple, receiving her B.A. in Art History in 2018. Her interests lie in the intersection of art education and community outreach. Her work experience includes secondary level art education, the Mercer Museum, and Amber Arts. Currently, she works as an art educator at Lansdale Catholic Highschool. 

      BA, Art History, Temple University, 2018 

      Advisor: Linda Earle

       

  • MA in Art History

    Sara Hernon-Reeves

    • Email: sara.hernon-reeves@temple.edu
    • Sara is a second year MA student in the Arts Management track. She studies how the history of labor rights in the arts and cultural sector have impacted contemporary issues of wage inequity within this field. This year, Sara will work at InLiquid as a Fox Board Fellow where she where she will gain hands-on experience as a non-voting board member. She holds a BA in political science and art history from Goucher College. 

      BA, Political Science and Art History, Goucher College, 2016 

      Advisor: Linda Earle

       

  • MA in Art History

    Emma Krall

    • Email: emma.krall0002@temple.edu
    • Emma is a first-year master’s student, entering the master’s program following her 2021 graduation magna cum laude from Rollins College with a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Music. During her time at Rollins, she spent four months studying Ancient and Renaissance art in Rome through the Trinity College Rome Campus. Emma spends her summers in Eastern Kentucky as a camp counselor and hopes to combine her love for art and empowering youth by pursuing a career as a Curator of Education. Her research interests at...

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  • MA in Arts Administration

    Marie Latham

    • Email: marie.latham@temple.edu
    • Marie is pursuing a Master of Arts in Art History concentrating in Arts Administration, building on undergraduate focus on Latin American Modernism and Italian mosaics. She graduated cum laude from The University of Notre Dame in the Honors Art History track with minors in Italian, Digital Marketing and Business & Economics. In her research, she investigates how artists respond to their geographic realities, especially as they live and work as expatriates. She received a Gero Travel Grant in 2022 to study the art of...

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  • MA in Arts Management

    Mayret Rubenstein

    • Email: mayret.rubenstein@temple.edu
    • Mayret is pursuing an MA in Art History/Art Management. Her interest is in how cultural assets contribute to economic and community growth. She received a BA in Art History with a minor in Economics from Temple University. She co-authored Cutting Edge Art in Havana, the companion book for the Havana Biennial. Mayret interned for the Aspen Institute's Artists' Endowed Foundation Initiative and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and co-founded ARTempo, a non-profit to promote contemporary arts from the developing world....

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