Home Department and Title: School of Art; Principal Lecturer
Interests (Teaching/Research): 18/19th century European Art; Latin American Art; Pre-Columbian Art; history of ceramics (e.g., Maya Classic-Period vases; 16th century Italian Maiolica; 18th century European Porcelain); the intersection of women and gender studies with artistic production
Year started at RIT: 1996
Favorite place(s) on campus: Eastman Quad
Mentorship areas: preparing for promotion (lecturers get so little mentoring in this arena!) and supporting intersectional groups such as LGBTQIA, women of color, deaf/HoH women
- Proud Professional Moment: What is the most significant/proudest accomplishment in your career? Completing dissertation after way too many years!
- Trials and Foils: What is the one challenge you had @ RIT and how did you overcome it? Every day presents challenges… I just try to be kind to myself and others.
- Words of Wisdom: What is the one thing you know now, that you wish you knew when you arrived first year? The more things change, the more they remain the same.
- Future Aspirations: What you would like to accomplish in the next 10-15 years? Publish a really good book on Latin American Art!