CUNY Graduate Center New York City
19th and 20th Century American and European Art Ph.D. Dissertation in progress: Images of the Arctic by American Painters, 1860–1900
Hunter College, New York City, 1986
Major: Greek and Roman Art
Hunter College, New York City, 1982
Major: Classical archaeology degree conferred: magna cum laude
Supplementary Seminars and Courses:
New York University, Institute of Fine Arts—courses and seminars in Greek and Roman sculpture and architecture, 1984–1985
American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 1982
Completion of intensive eight week seminar in Greek studies with emphasis on instruction in conservation methods, excavation, and cataloguing procedures at major museums and archaeological sites throughout Greece.
Stern College for Women/Yeshiva University—adjunct assistant professor Introduction to Art History Part I; American 19th and 20thCentury Art; Greek and Roman Art, 2000–Present
Mannes College of Music—Instructor, History of Art Part I and II, 200l–Present
Manhattan School of Music—Instructor, History of Art Part I and II, 1997–present
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Independent contractual lecturer
Plan and present regular scheduled gallery talks
Develop and deliver lectures tailored to specific interests of American and international museum and university groups.
Conduct individual tours of specific exhibitions to foreign dignitaries.
Present onsite lectures.
Serve as representative for special exhibitions for corporate events, 1993–present
New York University School of Continuing Education adjunct assistant professor
Danish language and literature courses, 1998–present
Instructor, Art Styles Through the Ages, 1990–1993
Supervisor, writing center
Responsible for management and administration of the campus writing center
Supervised a part-time staff of 30 student tutors; implemented tests for identification of writing problems
Designed and conducted workshops for the CUNY Writing Assessment Test, 1987–1991
Introduction to Art History, 1987–1988
Honors and Awards>Hunter College:
Recipient: the Nancy Ashton Fund Award
Travel grant to Greece for thesis research
Delta Phi Alpha Honorary Society
Professional Affiliations:American Archaeological Society of New York/Athens, American School of Classical Studies, College Art Association.
English, Danish, Norwegian, and German
Manhattan School of Music faculty since 1997.