Caroline Dubinsky’s major area of interest is the art of Early Modern Italy. She is particularly interested in the art of Siena as well as Renaissance printmaking and the relationships between art and science and art and medicine in this period. Her minor area of interest is in the art of Japan, especially of the 11th-14th centuries. Caroline received her Master's degree from the University of Massachusetts in 2010 (with Distinction) with a thesis entitled "Titian's Europa: An Object Biography." Her methodology combined object-based study with theory and explored, among other things, the changing politics of viewing from the sixteenth to the twentieth centuries. Caroline’s minor area of study for her Master's work was the Modern period, with an emphasis on art and social change in the early 20th century. One of the most rewarding parts of her graduate school experience has been working with undergrads both as a TA and as a mentor.
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