PhD Student in Art, Art History & Visual Studies
Dana Hogan is a PhD student in Art History under the supervision of Dr. Sara Galletti. Specializing in Renaissance and Baroque art, her research interests focus on the networks and circulation of the women artists of Early Modern Italy. Dana completed her M.A. in Italian Renaissance Art through Syracuse University in Florence (2017) and received a B.A. (cum laude) in Art History and Comparative Literature from Williams College (2015).