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Faculty and Fields of Study

Courses are regularly offered in the following fields.  Faculty who specialize in these areas are listed below each field.

East Asian Art

Jonathan Hay
Michele Matteini
Hsueh-man Shen

Ancient Aegean, Egyptian, Greek and Roman Art

Günter H. Kopcke
Clemente Marconi
James. R. McCredie [emeritus]
David O’Connor
Roland R.R. Smith
Katherine Welch

Early Christian, Byzantine, and Western Medieval Art

Jonathan J.G. Alexander [emeritus]
Robert A. Maxwell
Thelma K. Thomas
Marvin Trachtenberg

Art of the Middle East and South Asia

Finbarr Barry Flood
Dipti Khera
Priscilla P. Soucek

Renaissance Art

Jonathan J.G. Alexander [emeritus]
Jonathan Brown
Colin Eisler
Mia Mochizuki
Alexander Nagel
Patricia Rubin
Marvin Trachtenberg
Kathleen Weil-Garris Brandt

Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Art

Jonathan Brown
Thomas Crow
Egbert Haverkamp-Begemann [emeritus]
Meredith Martin
Mia Mochizuki

Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Art

Jean-Louis Cohen
Thomas Crow
Robert Lubar
Meredith Martin
Linda Nochlin [emeritus]
Robert Slifkin
Edward J. Sullivan

Contemporary Art

Jean-Louis Cohen
Thomas Crow
Linda Nochlin [emeritus]
Robert Slifkin
Edward J. Sullivan

Latin American Art

Jonathan Brown
Robert Lubar
Edward J. Sullivan

Architecture

Jonathan Brown
Jean-Louis Cohen
Günter H. Kopcke
Clemente Marconi
James R. McCredie [emeritus]
Roland R.R. Smith
Priscilla Soucek
Marvin Trachtenberg
Kathleen Weil-Garris Brandt
Katherine Welch

Archaeology

Finbarr Barry Flood
Clemente Marconi
James R. McCredie [emeritus]
David O’Connor
Hsueh-man Shen
Roland R.R. Smith
Katherine Welch

Curatorial and Museum Studies

Barbara Boehm
Philippe de Montebello
Participating staff members of The Metropolitan Museum of Ar

Conservation of Works of Art and Artifacts

Norbert S. Baer
Margaret Holben Ellis
Michele D. Marincola
Hannelore Roemich