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    Woman
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    New York, NY
  • Interests
    decorative arts, 18th century, race and slavery, the atlantic world
  • Program
    Art History MA, PhD

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  1. Hi, thanks for your thoughts. I'm very interested in the work of the scholars you mention. I know this is something people feel very differently about, but I'm really not open to leaving the Northeast. It's something I've given a lot of thought to and I realize it's not the choice everyone would make, but that's how it has to be for me. I've identified a few people at each of these schools; Meredith Gamer and Frédérique Baumgartner at Columbia, Cecile Fromont, Edward Cooke, and, as you mention, Tim Barringer at Yale, Suzanne Blier at Harvard, etc. I'm also interested in working across discipli
  2. Hi to all! I've been on this website for about three minutes but thought I would try to link up with other people applying for Fall 2020. I'm interested in the 18th-century, race and slavery in visual culture, plus, broadly, topics in canon and canonicity . I currently plan to apply to the PhD programs at the usual suspects--most of the Ivies plus CUNY, the IFA, and BGC. I'll also apply to MA programs, but I'd much rather do the whole deal. Some things I'm worried about are not having an MA and the fact that my undergraduate focus was very different than the topics I'm interested in
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