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Last Name
Johns Hopkins AAP MA in Museum Studies Program Coordinator & Senior Lecturer
Website URL
Museum Studies, French History, Provenance Research, Paris Art World 1880-1930, Paul Gauguin, Pont-Aven School, Online Research
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About Me

I trained as a professional historian, practice as a curator, and teach as a museum thinker. I value exploration and listening. I am curious. I have led strategic planning and advised people and institutions. I coordinate social media for a variety of sites. I build relationships across the museum field. And I research and write:  my current project considers the history of a painting, Flowers and Fruit, that was attributed to Paul Gauguin for almost a century before being reclassified as a forgery.

I have taught museum studies and arts administration at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, supervised undergraduate and graduate interns in museums and arts organizations, and advised MA projects in both on the ground and online classrooms. I am currently Program Coordinator and Senior Lecturer in the Johns Hopkins University MA in Museum Studies program, where I teach curatorship, collection management, and a variety of other courses. I am also an invited speaker at museums and in university continuing studies programs.

Recent Publications
Media Coverage
Country Focus
Expertise by Geography
France, United States
Expertise by Chronology
19th century, 20th century
Expertise by Topic
Art & Architectural History, Gender, Museums, Women