Dana Hogan is a PhD student in Art History under the supervision of Dr. Sara Galletti and is enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Gender & Feminist Studies. Specializing in Renaissance and Baroque art, her research interests focus on the networks and migration of the women artists born in the early modern Italian peninsula. She is a member of the Wired! group, contributing to the Building Duke initiative and is a researcher for Project Vox. Dana is the 2020-2021 Chair of the Graduate Student Association - please feel free to contact her with related questions or suggestions!
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). Prior to her doctoral studies, she held positions at the Norton Museum of Art, The Smithsonian Associates, the Chapin Rare Books Library, the Frick Art Museum (Pittsburgh), and The Museum of Language Arts. Most recently, Dana was a curatorial assistant and contributor to the exhibition La grandezza dell'universo nell'arte di Giovanna Garzoni (Palazzo Pitti, 2020) under the direction of Dr. Sheila Barker.
Hogan, Dana V. “Constructing the Image of a Cardinal-Prince: Child Portraits of Giovanni de’ Medici by Bronzino and Salviati.” Comitatus: A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, vol. 50, no. 1, Project Muse, 2019, pp. 139–75. Crossref, doi:10.1353/cjm.2019.0001. Full Text Open Access Copy