EducationBA, Art History, Pomona College
MA, Art History, Ph.D, Humanities, Syracuse University
Work Shared in CORE
“Venetian Cartography and the Globes of the Tommaso Rangone monument in San Giuliano, Venice,” Notes on Early Modern Art
3 no. 1 (March 2016), pp. 11-26.
Review, “Donal Cooper and Marika Leino, eds. Depth of Field: Relief Sculpture in Renaissance Italy
. Bern: Peter Lang, 2007.”
Discoveries: Newsletter of the South-Central Renaissance Conference. Vol 25, (2008), pp. 3 (1568 words) http://cstlcla.semo.edu/reinheimer/discoveries/reviews/reviewCarrington252.shtml
“’The Stones Will Cry Out’” [subheading: “The theme of death followed Michelangelo through his whole life.”) Christian History and Biography
91 (Summer 2006), pp. 27-29.
“Baroncelli, Niccolo, Italian sculptor and bronze-caster;” “Domenico de Paris, Italian sculptor, bronze-caster and wood-carver;” Rangone, Tommaso, Italian physician, philologist and patron,” in Encyclopedia of Italian Renaissance and Mannerist Art
ProjectsBartolomeo Bellano’s Old Testament bronze reliefs in the Basilica of the Santo, Padua
Upcoming Talks and ConferencesEighth Quadrennial Renaissance Sculpture Conf, NGA Washington, October 26-28, 2017
MembershipsCAA; RSA; Sixteenth-Century Studies; Italian Art Society; South-Central Renaissance Conf and affiliate Society for Renaissance Art History; Christians in the Visual Arts; MFA Houston; Menil Collection, Houston,