Thea Goldring is a Ph.D. student in history of art and architecture at Harvard University studying eighteenth- and nineteenth-century European art, with particular interest in how histories of science and modern analytical techniques can inform art historical scholarship. Her work has previously been supported as a Fulbright Scholar in France and by the Ertegun Graduate Scholarship Program in the Humanities at Oxford University. Her current research projects consider a range of topics including the visualization of eighteenth-century materialist conceptions of nature and matter, and the intersection of scientific and aesthetic theories in the nineteenth-century stained glass revival in Europe and America.
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Ph.D. Student in History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University
Graduate Student Affiliate, Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University