Christina Ferando

Christina Ferando is the Dean of Jonathan Edwards College and Lecturer in the Department of the History and Art. A specialist in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century art, her interests include the history of display and reception, museology, cultural patrimony and canon formation. She has taught at Williams College and Columbia University, where she received her Ph.D., and has received numerous fellowships for her research from institutions such as The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Harvard University, the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts and the American Academy in Rome, among others. Recent publications include articles in The Burlington Magazine, Word & Image and several edited volumes. She is currently working on a book on the sculptor Antonio Canova entitled “Canova in Conversation: Sculpture, Dialogue, and Display in the Early Nineteenth Century.”