Alexander is a third year B.A student in the Department of Art History and the History Department. He is especially interested in Late Antiquity and Medieval Art. Alexander is a teaching assistant in two introductory courses.
"Art in the Mediterranean Basin, 4th-7th Centuries" and "Medieval Art between East and West, 7th-13th Centuries"
M.A. student specializing in the art of the Renaissance and the Early Modern Period. She is especially interested in fusing art with philosophical ideas, and will analyze representations of women in medical texts of the early modern period. Thesis advisor: Dr. Lola Kantor-Kazovsky. Madeleine is a teaching assistant in two introductory courses.
"Pictorial representation in ancient Near Eastern Art in the pre-classical periods (circa 3500-500 BCE)" and "Introduction to Classical Art: Deciphering Visual Expression in Ancient Cultures"
M.A. student, specializing in the art of Francisco Goya, mainly his prints, exploring the subject of trauma and visual language. Thesis supervisor: Dr. Lola Kantor-Kazovsky. Daniel is a teaching assistant in two introductory courses.
"European Society 1300-1500 in the Mirror of Visual Arts" and "Art Between the Church and the Scientific Revolution 1500-1700".