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Graduate Students

Maia Farrar
English Language and Literature
The political motivations of medieval English romance.
Genevra Higginson
Department of History of Art
Early modern transfers of knowledge and the confluence of fine art and natural sciences in the print culture of seventeenth-century Italy and France
Julia LaPlaca
Department of History of Art
Late Medieval/Early Modern visual culture of Northern Europe, with an emphasis in tapestries; history of art collecting.
Yihui Sheng
Asian Languages and Cultures
Drama and theater, literature, and intellectual history in early modern China, along with media studies and performance studies.
Taylor Sims
Department of History
Women, gender identity, religion, and family relations in medieval and early modern England.
Bailey Sullivan
Department of History of Art
The art of imaginative and physical travel in the European Middle Ages, especially materiality of both secular and sacred objects as evidence of medieval globality, as well as manuscript cartography.
Shai Zamir
Department of History
Sephardi diaspora and Jewish conversos between Spain and the Mediterranean. I am specifically interested in the role played by Jews in bringing together the Islamic and Christian traditions, in Jewish translation from and to Arabic, and in the history of the Sephardi family.