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«EDUCATION YALE UNIVERSITY, New Haven, CT • Ph.D. History of Art, 1994 o Dissertation: “Arsenals of Art: The Patronage of Pope Pius VI and the End ...»

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“Institutionalizing Desire: Collections and Conservation in Eighteenth-Century Rome” 2009 Rome, Convegno Internazionale Intorno a Batoni, Palazzo degli Esposizioni: “ΚΑΙΡΟΝ ΓΝΩΘΙ: Batoni and Pius VI” 2008 Rome, University of Washington Rome Center: “The Secret Life of Statues: From Muses to Museums at the Vatican” 2008 Atlanta, High Museum of Art: “From France to America: Transformations of the Empire Style” 2007 Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins University/Baltimore Museum of Art: “Viewing Ancient Sculpture in Eighteenth-Century Rome” 2006 New York, NYU Institute of Fine Arts Daniel H. Silberberg Lecture: “Marshaling the Muses: The Pio-Clementino and the Greek Ideal” Collins c.v. 11/14, p. 8 2006 Tacoma, University of Puget Sound Tilley Lecture: “Marshaling the Muses: Visualizing Greece in Papal Rome” 2006 New York, Columbia University Seminar in Eighteenth-Century European Culture: “Marshaling the Muses: Visualizing Greece in Papal Rome” 2006 Montreal, Canadian Center for Architecture: “Survival or Revival? Carlo Marchionni’s Vatican Sacristy in Context” 2006 New York, Françoise and Georges Selz Endowed Lecture in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century French Art and Culture, Bard Graduate Center: “From Retz to Rambouillet: The Nature of Antiquity in French Neoclassicism” 2003 Philadelphia, American Philosophical Society Annual Meeting: “Megalithomania: Obelisks and Empire in Papal Rome” 2003 Florence, Italy, YPO Florence University: “Money and Vision: Medici Art Patronage in Renaissance Florence” 2003 New York, Bard Graduate Center: “The Politics of Taste: Pius VI and the Decorative Arts in Eighteenth-Century Rome” 2001 Rome, Bibliotheca Hertziana Conference on Gusto Antico-Gusto Moderno-Buon Gusto: “Musing on the Muses: Visconti, Simonetti, and Conca at the Vatican” 2000 Los Angeles, Getty Research Institute Conference on Viewing Antiquity: The Grand Tour, Antiquarianism, and Collecting: “Obelisks, Papacy, and Power: Collecting the Ultimate Antiques” 1998 Seattle, Inaugural lecture for Seattle Baroque Orchestra 1998-99 season: “Frozen Music:

Splendor and Transparency in German Baroque Art” 1997 Rome, British School at Rome: “The Gods’ Abode: Pius VI and the Invention of the Vatican Museum” 1997 Rome, American Academy in Rome: “Pio VI Urbanista: Politics and Town Planning in Settecento Rome” Seattle, Seattle Art Museum: “Dinner is Served: The Art of Eating in 19th-Century America” 1992 Boston, Boston University/Museum of Fine Arts Symposium in History of Art: “Representing Representation: Domenico Remps’ Cabinet of Curiosities and the Defense of Painting” 1991 New Haven, Yale Center for British Art: “From Vamps to Valkyries: Women in the Art of Frederick Sandys”


[2015] Los Angeles, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Annual Conference: “From Ditch to Nitch: Digging the Villa of Cassius” 2011 Vancouver, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Annual Conference: “Cornelis Troost: Fashioning Satire in Eighteenth-Century Holland” 2011 New York, College Art Association Annual Conference: “Spaces of Cosmopolitanism” 2007 Atlanta, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Annual Conference: “St. Peter and the Pallia: Revealing History in the Catholic Enlightenment” 2006 Montreal, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Annual Conference: “Marshaling the Muses: Exhibiting Greece in Papal Rome” 2003 New York, College Art Association Annual Conference: “Capuchin Saints and the Catholic Enlightenment at San Lorenzo Nuovo” 2001 S. Luis Potosí, Mexico, XXV Coloquio Internacional de Historia del Arte (Istituto de Investigaciones Estéticas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México): “Power and Art at Casino Borghese: Scipione, Gianlorenzo, Maffeo” Collins c.v. 11/14, p. 9 2000 Philadelphia, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Annual Conference: “From Muses to Museology: Tommaso Conca and the Papal Apollo” 1999 Los Angeles, College Art Association Annual Conference: “A Light in the Dark: Derek Jarman, Caravaggio, and the Creative Process” 1999 Xalapa, Mexico, XXIII Coloquio Internacional de Historia del Arte (Istituto de Investigaciones Estéticas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México): “What’s Love Got to Do With It? Passion, Creativity, and the Cinematic Construction of Baroque Art” 1996 Boston, College Art Association Annual Conference: “In Vino Vanitas: A Sarcophagus-Cellarette in Federal New York” 1995 Tucson, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies: “Carlo Marchionni’s Vatican Sacristy and the Politics of Baroque Style” 1994 New York, College Art Association Annual Conference: “Papal Museology on the Threshold of Modernity”


2014 Session chair (with Meredith Martin): “New Approaches to Eighteenth-Century Gardens,” American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Annual Conference, Williamsburg, VA 2013 Symposium co-organizer and chair: Re-Presenting William Kent, Bard Graduate Center 2010 Session Chair: “Unification of Interiors,” at conference Display of Art in Roman Palaces, 1550Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles 2007 Symposium organizer and chair: Rediscovering Antiquity in the Eighteenth Century: James “Athenian” Stuart in Context, Bard Graduate Center 2004 Session co-chair (with Margaret Carroll): “Open Session: Baroque Art,” College Art Association Annual Conference, Seattle 2000 Session chair: “Art and Mythology, 1600-1800: New Perspectives,” College Art Association Annual Conference, Chicago 2000 Session chair: “The Beautiful and the Devout,” at conference The Pious and the Profane, Western Humanities Alliance, Seattle

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Art History Seminar in Rome

• developed and led ten-week on-site intensive course for Art History majors at the University of Washington Rome Center at Palazzo Pio in spring semester 1996, 1999, 2001, 2003 Baroque Personae

• developed and taught four-week evening lecture series in fall semester 2000 for Seattle’s “Wednesday University,” sponsored by UW’s Simpson Center for the Humanites and Seattle Arts and Lectures

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---- Joyce Denney, The Abduction of Helen (to China): A Set of Seventeenth-Century Chinese Hangings with a European Subject (BGC)

---- Shax Riegler, Mario Praz, Collector and Historian (BGC)

---- Tom Tredway, Van Day Truex and Postwar American Design (BGC) 2012 Amy Sande-Friedman: Kenneth Snelson and the Science of Sculpture in 1960s America (BGC) 2011 Christina Ferando: Staging Canova: Sculpture, Connoisseurship and Display, 1780-1843 (Columbia, outside examiner) 2006 Robin Thomas: Charles of Bourbon’s Naples: Architecture and Urbanism (Columbia, outside examiner) 2004 Linda Williams: The Art of Love and Marriage in Renaissance Rome (UW)

---- Kriszta Kotsis: “Your Body, O Empress, is a Treasure of Marvelous Qualities”: Representations of Middle Byzantine Empresses (780-1081) (UW) 2003 Caroline Swope: Redesigning Downtown: The Fabrication of German-Themed Villages in SmallTown America (UW—chair) 2003 Ana Munk: Pallid Corpses in Golden Coffins: Relics, Reliquaries, and the Art of Relic Cults in the Adriatic Rim (UW) 2000 Elizabeth Darrow: Pietro Edwards and the Restoration of the Public Pictures in Venice, 1778Necessity Introduced these Arts (UW)

---- Margaret Ann Zaho: Imago Triumphalis: The Function and Significance of Triumphal Imagery for Italian Renaissance Rulers (UW) 1998 Donna Baker: The Artistic and Sociological Imagery of the Merchant-Banker on the Book Covers of the Biccherna in Siena in the Early Renaissance (UW)

M.A./Qualifying Paper Committees Chaired:

2014 Alizzandra Baldenebro, “Flowers, Figures, Fragments: Revisiting André-Charles Boulle’s Marquetry Cabinets-on-Stands” 2014 Hannah Kinney, “Material of Memory: The Doccia Porcelain Factory’s Statue a Grandezza Naturale (1745-1757)” 2011 Lauren Arnold, “Gambling with Virtue: The Moral Currency of Playing Cards in Early Modern Italy” (BGC) 2010 Quillan Rosen, “Consumerism and Style: The Development of the Toilette in Eighteenth-Century France” (BGC) 2008 Anna Steinhardt, “La Reine et la Fermière: Marie-Antoinette’s Hameau in Context” (BGC) 2007 Christina Kretschmer: “Jean Hauré: Entrepreneur du Garde-Meuble” (BGC)

---- Rebecca Tilles: “Reconstruction of Marie-Antoinette’s Corbeille de Mariage: A Model of Royal Commemorative Furniture and Early Neoclassical Design” (BGC) 2006 Csongor Kis: “Le Sacerdotesse dell’Atene d’Italia: Royal Female Patronage at the Bourbon Court of Parma in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century” (BGC)

---- Katherine Hall: “The Use and Significance of Mirrors in Eighteenth-Century French Interiors” (BGC) 2005 Amy Sande-Friedman: “Hero, Horror, and Heartache: Captain James Cook in Word and Image, 1768-1805” (BGC) 2003 Lisa Schulz: “Aspirations of a Prince: Love, Ambition, and Legacy in Giuseppe Chiari’s Chariot of the Sun in Palazzo Barberini” (UW) 2000 Kristanne Heaton: “Teaching High-School Art History: Visions of Self/Visions of Society” (UW practicum) 1999 Dickson Preston: “Henry Salt and the Ethiopians” (UW) Collins c.v. 11/14, p. 12

---- Graham Boettcher: “God’s First Temple: Pantheistic Constructions in Nineteenth-Century German and American Landscape” (UW) 1997 J. Nicholas Napoli: “The Accademia di S. Luca in the Seventeenth Century: Theory, Practice, and Legitimacy” (UW) 1996 Julie Perko: “Museum Education: An Interpretation” (UW practicum, Seattle Art Museum)

M.A./Qualifying Paper Committees (member):

2014 Ana M. Gutierrez-Folch, “The Neoclassical Klismos Chair: Early Sources and Avenues of Diffusion” 2013 Christine Griffiths, “‘Not Forgetting his Perfumed Gloves’: Accessorizing Scent in EighteenthCentury England”

---- Rick Carroll, “Great Expectations: The Manifesto of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and its Viability for Early Twentieth-Century Society Architects” 2012 Katrina London, “Aping the Aristocracy: Animals in the Painted Decoration of French Interiors, 1690-1758”

---- Ruthie Osborne, “Breathing New Life Back into the Ancien Regime: The Origin, Reception, and Modern Museum Installation of Furniture from the Château of Saint-Cloud” 2011 Miranda Peters, “Beyond the Painted Walls: Rufus Porter’s Publishing Career, 1820-1848” (BGC) 2010 Grace Chuang, “The Role of the Savant and the Académie Royale des Sciences in Porcelain Research and Development in France, 1715 to 1772” (BGC)

---- Alexis Romano, “Emmanuelle Khanh and the Development of Stylisme in 1960s Paris” (BGC) 2008 Jenna Wainright, “Collecting Junk: Providence Throwaway Style, 1995-Present” (BGC)

---- Natalie Espinosa, “Arquitectura/México: Case Study of an Architecture and Design Magazine, 1938-1949” (BGC) 2006 Carolyn Bedrosian: “Collecting Eighteenth-Century French Furniture in the Gilded Age: Eleanore Elkins Widener Rice” (BGC)

---- Sarah Brierley: “Longfellow’s Wayside Inn: Henry Ford’s Vision of the American Past” (BGC) 2004 Molly Abbey: “Miraculous Public Imagery of the Virgin in Renaissance Rome” (UW) 2003 Jennifer Wilkin: “Midwives at the Nativity: Origin and Survival of Italian Renaissance Birth Iconography” (UW) 1996 Brigitte Dillman-Cruce: Visions of Love and Life: Pre-Raphaelite Art (UW practicum, Seattle Art Museum) Nominated for UW Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award, 1999 Nominated for Graduate Mentoring Award, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 2007

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2002-03 Executive Committee, Danz Courses in the Humanities 2000-03 Executive Board, Walter Chapin Simpson Center for the Humanities

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Editorial Boards:

• Studi di Storia dell’Arte, Ediart (Todi, Italy)

• Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, Johns Hopkins University Press for ASECS

• Cultural Histories of the Material World, monographs published by BGC and University of Michigan Press

• West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture, BGC and University of Chicago Press

Peer Reviewer/Juror/Advisory Editor:

• American Philosophical Society Sabbatical Fellowships

• Art Bulletin

• Ashgate Publishing

• Blackwell Publishing

• Cooper Hewitt/Parsons M.A. Program in the History of Decorative Arts

• Eighteenth-Century Studies

• Exemplaria: A Journal of Theory in Medieval and Renaissance Studies

• Gardner’s Art Through the Ages, 11th edition

• Getty Publications

• Getty Research Journal

• Historians of Eighteenth-Century Art and Architecture, Dora Wiebenson Prize Collins c.v. 11/14, p. 14 Journal of Art Historiography • Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome • Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide • Penn State University Press • Stanford University Press • Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture • Studies in the Decorative Arts • West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture •

Museum Consulting:

• Seattle Art Museum (Advisory committee, NEA installation grant 2004-5)

• Palazzo Ducale, Lucca (Consulting Committee, Pompeo Batoni 1708-1787: L’Europa delle Corti e il Grand Tour, 2006-9)

• Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin TX (Editorial consulting, 2007)

• Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City (Editorial consulting for Pedro Friedeberg:

arquitecto de confusiones impecables, 2009-10) Advisory Boards

• Centre for Eighteenth-Century Studies in Sweden, International Committee

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Fellow of the American Academy in Rome Member, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Member, College Art Association Member, Columbia University Seminar in Eighteenth-Century European Culture Member, Historians of Eighteenth-Century Art and Architecture

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