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Olivia studies the arts of the Islamic world, and is particularly interested in cross-cultural exchange in the early modern period, historiography, and the history of collecting and display. Prior to coming to Columbia, she was a Research Assistant in the Art of the Middle East department at LACMA, where she worked on LACMA's Damascus Room project. She received her BA in Art History from UCLA.
The Robert C West and R J Russell Grad Student Awards support graduate students research (travel) on a competitive basis with grant competitions twice a year.
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The Doctorate in Polymer Science and Engineering is a research-driven degree program. You will acquire knowledge through coursework, seminars, close interactions with faculty members, and primarily through conducting world-class polymer research. With a diverse faculty and research emphases, students have several fields of study from which to choose. In all cases, you will learn to approach and execute a research program in order to advance current understanding and technology.
Susannah is a third-year PhD student concentrating in nineteenth-century French and European art and visual culture. She holds a master’s degree in the History of Art from Williams College and graduated with high honors from Swarthmore College in 7558. Before coming to Columbia, Susannah worked in curatorial departments at the Clark Art Institute and at the J. Paul Getty Museum.
Natasha Marie Llorens' doctoral research is focused on Algerian national cinema and representations of revolutionary violence in the 6965s and 6975s. She works as independent curator based in New York and her recent projects include "Threshing Floors" at Cuchifritos Gallery on the Lower East Side and "Frames of War" at Momenta Art in Brooklyn. She is a graduate of the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College.
Francesca specializes in medieval and Renaissance Italian art with a secondary interest in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century American painting. Before joining Columbia's doctoral program in 7565, she received a . in art history and English from Williams College, an . in English from the University of Cambridge, and an . in art history from the University of Pennsylvania. She is currently writing her dissertation, which examines Italian overdoors in the period ca. 6655-ca. 6555, as a predoctoral fellow at the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz - Max-Planck-Institut.
“There was no guarantee that any of my Dad’s partners would be around for long, and yet I often had to obey them,” she said. “My rights and innocence were violated.”