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- John Turner (PhD 1997), Visiting Lecturer at the Heron School of Art and Design, Indianapolis
- Carter E. Foster (MA 1991), is curator of drawing at the Whitney Museum of Art
- Suzanne Karr Schmidt (BA 2001, PhD Yale University), is Assistant Curator at the Art Institute of Chicago.
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- Mitchell Merling (MA 1986, PhD 1992),
Paul Mellon Curator and Head of the Department of European Art, at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
- Benedict Leca (PhD '04), is the new Executive Director of the Redwood Library and Atheneaum
- Lisa Tom (PhD, '14), has been named Assistant Professor of Art History at the University of Rhode Island
- Martha Tedeschi (BA HIAA 1980, PhD Northwestern University), Named new Director of the Harvard Art Museums
- David A. Brenneman (PhD'95), New director at IU Art Museum
- Alba Serino (MA 2014), has won second prize in the ICMA (International Center of Medieval Art) Graduate Student Essay competition for her paper, "Three Buildings: Wharram Percy, Hildesheim and Vaulerent"
- Bibiana K. Obler (BA Brown '96, PhD, UC Berkeley), Assistant Professor of Art History, George Washington University, has just published Intimate Collaborations: Gender, Craft and the History of Abstraction (Yale University Press, 2014).
- Jessica Maier (BA Brown '96, PhD Columbia University), is now Assistant Professor of the History of Art, Mount Holyoke College.
- Sonja Drimmer (BA Brown '03, PhD Columbia University), is now Assistant Professor of the History of Medieval Art and Architecture, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
- Jiren Feng (PhD '06), has accepted a position at the University of Hawaii, Hilo where he has been teaching for several years as a temp.
- Fan Zhang (PhD '11), has accepted the position of Associate Curator of Asian Art at the Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota, Florida.
- Nathaniel M. Stein (PhD '12), has accepted a position as the Horace W. Goldsmith Curatorial Fellow in Photography at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
- Suzanne Scanlan (PhD '10), a lecturer at the Rhode Island School of Design, has had her essay, "The Devil in the Refectory: Bodies Imagined and the Oblates of Tor de' Specchi in Quattrocento Rome", included in a new collection edited by Richard Raiswell with Peter Dendle, The Devil in Society in Premodern Europe (Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Victoria University in the University of Toronto, 2012).
- Horace Brockington (MA,) has published a new book, "Jeu Du Cartes: Artistic Practices in Southern Europe 1939-42".
- Amanda Lahikainen (PhD '11), has accepted a position as Assistant Professor, at Aquinas College in Michigan. She will begin on July 1st, 2012.