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Current and Former Fellows

The Museum has supported more than fourteen hundred researchers since the fellowship program began in 1951. Many of the participants have gone on to become professors, curators, conservators, or directors of institutions in the museum and academic worlds.

We invite former fellows to use the Fellows Directory (PDF) to connect with other alumni of the Fellowship Program. Please note that the directory is password protected. If you are a former fellow and do not have access, contact us.


2013–2014 Fellows


Fellowships in Art History

Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas
Aoife O'Brien
Giulia Paoletti

The American Wing
Timothy Barringer
Diana Greenwold

Ancient Near Eastern Art
Annie Caubet
Anne Hunnell Chen
Elizabeth Knott
Helen Malko

Asian Art
Marta Becherini
Monika Bincsik
Chin-sung Chang
Eleanor S. Hyun
Ying-Chen Peng
Eriko Tomizawa-Kay

Drawings and Prints
Sarah Schaefer

Egyptian Art
Erin Peters

European Paintings
Anna Koopstra
Tiffany Racco
Christine Seidel
Elliott Wise

European Sculpture and Decorative Arts
Eveline Baseggio-Omiccioli
Peta Motture
Helen Wyld

Greek and Roman Art
Tiziana D'Angelo

Islamic Art
Pinar Gokpinar
Ilse Sturkenboom

Medieval Art
Kimberly Cassibry
Alice Lynn McMichael
Robert Schindler

Modern and Contemporary Art
Meredith Brown
Megan Heuer
Vanja Malloy

Musical Instruments
Peter Allen Roda

Photographs
Beth Saunders

Fellowship in Museum Education and
Public Practice

Education
Jennifer Blunden

Fellowship in Museum Interpretation

Education and European Sculpture and Decorative Arts
Ilaria Conti

Fellowships in Conservation and
Scientific Research

Asian Art Conservation
Pei-Ching Liu

Objects Conservation
Dawn Lohnas
Caroline Roberts
Guia Rossignoli

Paintings Conservation
Laura Hartman
Sophie Scully

Photograph Conservation
Janka Krizanova

Scientific Research
Joanne Dyer
Maria Lorena Roldan

Textile Conservation
Chiara Romano


See further details regarding present and past fellows' research:

Current Fellows (PDF)
Former Fellows (PDF)

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