Current & Past M.A. Students

Current Students:

Curto, Stephen

De Marrais, Katherine

Fore, Melissa (JD/CHAPS Dual M.A.)

McCarty, Carol

Moss, Samantha  (Addition of 2nd degree to Masters of Landscape Architecture)

Moynihan, Kat (JD/CHAPS Dual M.A.)

Rutkowski, Jennie

Sanborn, Rachel

Singleton Boudiette, Lisa

Thomas, Bridget

Wan, Hangrui



CLASS of 2020:

John Biesiadecki

Madeline Gordon

Anne Hamilton

James Savakis


CLASS OF 2019:

Quinlan, Sarah
Climate Change and Cultural Heritage:  Disaster Management under the Trump Administration


CLASS OF 2018:

Conway, Niall
The Value of the Historic Urban Landscape in the Post-Industrial City of Paterson, New Jersey


CLASS OF 2017:

Zaii-Bigdeli, Layah
Nīshāpūr Figural Buff Ware Pottery: Facing Unprovenanced Objects


CLASS OF 2016:

Darcy Riley
Performing heritage: An examination of dance preservation in the United States

Evan Robinson
Cultural Landscapes and Traditional Cultural Properties: A Study in Designation and Protection

Kayla Schweitzer
Valuing Our Heritage:  Celebrating, Sustaining, and Reinforcing Heritage Through Museum and Non-Museum Based Education and Public Programs in Pennsylvania

Crysta Sotirhos
Culture in Danger: Protecting Native American Sacred Spaces in the 21st Century


CLASS OF 2015:

Victoria Chrisholm
Preventative Conservation and Disaster Management Planning in Cultural Institutions

Nicholas J. Cuozzo
The Florentine House of Medici (1389-1743): Politics, Patronage, and the Use of Cultural Heritage in Shaping the Renaissance


CLASS OF 2014:

Catherine Aust
Be Proud: The Recognition and Preservation of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Cultural Heritage in the United States

Stephanie Liff
Collection Management: Policy, Process, and Sustainable Development

Lauren Moulder
Socio-Economic Trends of the World Heritage List: How the Relationship Between Developed and Developing Countries is Affecting the Future of the World Heritage Program

Susanna Polihros
Bath, City under Siege: Architecture Struggling to Remain Wed to Nature

Allison Richard
Future Directions in Small Town Preservation: Incorporating Social Value Assessment in Revitalizing "Main Street"


CLASS OF 2013:

Todd Adams
Developing a Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan for the Palazzo Imperiale at Ostia Antica, Italy

Tiffany M. Lowe
Cultural Heritage as a Tool For Development and Diplomacy: Examining Further uses of UNESCO’s Intangible Heritage-Based Socioeconomic Development Programs for Women

Michele Racioppi
The Preservation of American Youth Summer Camps

Laura Rossi
The Politics of Selective Preservation: a Study of Causes and Consequences of Cultural Heritage Destruction during Peace. The Cases of Afghanistan and Libya.

Victoria Sheridan
Keep the Memory Alive: Impermanent Acts of Memorialization

Zoe Watnik
Rebuilding the Past: A Critical Examination of International and U.S. Frameworks Guiding the Reconstruction of Historic Properties

Adi Sela Wiener
The Historic Towns and Town Centres Concept and the UNESCO Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape: Is it a Natural Continuum or Have We Gone Too Far?



Eleni M. Caravanos
Cultural Landscape Preservation in United States National Parks: Analysis and Recommendations for U.S. Cultural Landscapes Eligible for Nomination to UNESCO

Stephanie A. (Johnson) Cunningham
Preservation of the Slave Sites on West Africa's Coast: An Analysis of how the Atrocities of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade are Remembered

Alyssa Cathleen Hagen
The Efficacy of the Association of Art Museum Directors' Online Antiquities Registry

Randi Ragsdale
Must be Treated with Respect: Evolving Ethics and Curation of Pre-Colombian Human Remains



Catherine Boland
Final Departure?  Adaptive Use of American Railroad Stations

Nicole DeAugustine
Different Collections, Different Values? The Role of Provenance in Gifts From the Ancestors: Ancient Ivories of Bering Strait

Lauren Kane
Rebuilding to Remember, Rebuilding to Forget: The Tangible and Intangible Afterlife of Architectural Heritage Destroyed by Acts of War

Leigh-Ayna Passamano 
Witnesses of Atrocity and the Preservation of Memory: An Analysis of and Recommendations for the Relationship between Memorial Museums and Survivors