Caroline Paganussi

Graduate Assistant, Digital Humanities, Academic Year 2015-2016
PhD Student, Italian Renaissance art
office: 4205 Art/Sociology Building

Caroline Paganussi is a second-year graduate student studying sixteenth-century Italian art with Professor Gill. She is particularly interested in the art of Bologna, and the ways in which political and religious instability as well as a transient population informed the city’s artistic output. She earned an M.A. with Merit in Museum Studies from the University College London in 2012, and a B.A. in the History of Art and College Scholar Program from Cornell University in 2011. Prior to joining the department, Caroline served as the Executive Assistant to the Director and the Board of Trustees at The Phillips Collection in Washington, DC. She has held internships at The Mall Galleries, the Galleria degli Uffizi, the Museo Civico Medievale di Bologna, the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Caroline is a member of the Council for the Future of the Friends of Florence.