Faculty Profile: Stephanie Nadalo
Stephanie Nadalo is a social art historian whose research examines the intersection of material culture, urban history, and pluralism in early modern Europe and the Mediterranean. She holds a PhD and two MA degrees from Northwestern University; she completed her undergraduate studies at Sarah Lawrence College in New York.
Stephanie’s research is published in various academic journals and has benefited from grants including the Fulbright Fellowship to Italy, the American Academy in Rome Prize, and a visiting Fellowship from the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa. After several years of research and teaching at institutions in Italy and the United States, she has settled in Paris, France, where she works as a museum educator and teaches in the Art and Design History and Theory department at Parsons Paris, The New School.