Maggie Vaughn

PhD Candidate
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Summary

Maggie Vaughn is a PhD student in European and American Art. Her research often explores concepts and constructions of identity, hybridity, and postmodernism in postwar art. She is also interested in discourses surrounding the display and interpretation of art in museums. Maggie has held internships at the Kansas Museum of History, Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, and Philadelphia Museum of Art. She is actively engaged in art historical pedagogy and is currently a Graduate Teaching Assistant.

Fields of Study

Global Contemporary Art since 1960
Art in the U.S. after 1900
European Modernism
Modern and Contemporary Japanese Art

Education

M.A. Art History, University of Kansas, 2019
M.A. Museum and Cultural Heritage Studies, Florida State University, 2016
B.A. Art History and English, Converse College, 2013
 

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