Research on the social history of women, art & design in 19th c. Rhode Island
From: "The 1850s Rhode Island Art Association & the Ecology of Culture", an exhibition I guest curated at the Providence Athenaeum, September 2010.
Nancy Austin, Ph.D.
Consulting Research Historian - helping non-profits identify and develop the transformative strategic opportunities that unfold with thoughtful and refocused new stories. Nancy Austin received her Ph.D. from Brown University in 2009, and has taught at RISD, Yale, and WPI.
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