Christina Lamb Chakalova received a B.A. from Lafayette College with a double major in Fine Art/Art History and Religious Studies in 2005. In 2012, Christina earned an M.A. in Art History with high honors from the University of Vienna. In 2015, Christina commenced with her doctoral studies in Italian Renaissance and Baroque art at Rutgers under the supervision of Dr. Catherine Puglisi. Christina earned a curatorial certificate from Rutgers and served as a Dodge-Lawrence Fellow at the Zimmerli Art Museum during the 2017-2018 academic year. Christina’s dissertation, "Artistic Mobility and Cultural Transfer: Prince Eugene of Savoy's Belvedere Palace in Imperial Vienna," investigates the movement of artists and art objects in central Europe during the early 18th century.