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  • Emmanuel Guy

    Assistant Professor of Art and Design History Director of History of Design and Curatorial Studies MA program Director of Art and Design History and Theory program Emmanuel Guy’s research focuses on the history of 20th century avant-garde and counterculture in design, art, literature and politics, collage and sampling practices in the visual arts and music,…

  • Marco Pecorari

    Director, MA Fashion Studies Marco Pecorari holds a PhD in Fashion Studies from Stockholm University (Department of Media Studies). His dissertation, “Fashion Remains: The Epistemic Potential of Fashion Ephemera,” investigates the capacity of fashion ephemera to evoke and call into question material and immaterial knowledge about fashion, focusing on issues of authorship, time, and materiality.…

  • Stephanie Nadalo

    Faculty, Art and Design and History and Theory 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…

  • Christine Baltay

    Faculty, Art and Design History and Theory Christine Baltay is an art historian; she holds a Ph.D from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. She is also an ‘ancien eleve de l’Ecole du Louvre. Christine has taught in the United States , notably at the College of New Rochelle, as well as in…

  • Emmanuel Cohen

    Faculty, French Emmanuel Cohen has a Ph.D. in Performance Studies (Arts du spectacle) from the Université de Picardie – Jules Verne. His dissertation addresses the question of the rejection of drama in modernist theaters, and more precisely within the historical Avant-Gardes in Paris, from the 1910s to the 1930s (Dada, Gertrude Stein and Surrealism). He…

  • Etienne Tornier

    Faculty, Art and Design History and theory Graduated from the Ecole du Louvre (BA, MA) and Université Paris Sorbonne (BA, MA), in both art history and museum studies, Etienne Tornier was enrolled, as a Fulbright fellow, in the MA program History of Decorative Arts and Design at Parsons / Cooper Hewitt (2011-12). After working for…

  • Juliette Pollet

    Faculty, Art and Design History and Theory Juliette Pollet studied at Sciences-Po Paris, where she graduated with a Masters degree in Cultural Management, in parallel with art history studies, completing a Master 1 at Paris IV University. She is heritage curator, in charge of the design and decorative arts collection at Cnap (National Center for…

  • Rebecca Cavanaugh

    Faculty, Art and Design History and Theory, First Year Rebecca Cavanaugh is a decorative arts and design historian, specializing in the early 20th century in France. In addition to teaching, she has published articles for Metropolis Magazine and now works extensively as a freelance French-to-English translator, focusing on art and design texts for exhibitions (Musée…

  • Clémence Imbert

    Faculty, Art and Design History and Theory Clémence Imbert is an art and design teacher and researcher. With a background in French Literature, she worked as a curatorial assistant at the Centre Pompidou (Paris) and at the Guggenheim Museum (New York). For the last two years, she has been teaching modern art history and museums…

  • Emilie Hammen

    Faculty, Fashion Design, Art and Design History and Theory Emilie Hammen is a PhD candidate in Art History at Université Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne, and a researcher/lecturer at the Institut Français de la Mode, Paris. Her research focuses on the historiography of fashion. She holds an MA in Fashion Design from the Ecole Supérieure des Arts…