Alice Lynn McMichael / Art History
Graduate Student Researcher
September 2011 – May firstname.lastname@example.org
Project: Documenting Cappadocia
NML Award: The Dewey Digital Teaching Award (December 2012)
Alice Lynn McMichael is a Ph.D. student in Byzantine art history at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. She earned a BFA in graphic design from Auburn University and an MA in art history from Brooklyn College. She has worked as an art director in publishing and has taught art history at Montclair State University and CUNY. She has lectured and exhibited work at Centotto gallery in Brooklyn and blogs at After Vasari.
Her interests include documenting medieval art through travel and photography, which was the spark for the Documenting Cappadocia project. Her current research focuses on visuality in late Rome and the early middle ages.