Maggie Vaughn

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Maggie Vaughn is a MA student in European and American art, and is interested primarily in twentieth-century art of the United States. Her research often explores the role of visual culture in the construction of race, gender, and identity. She has also dedicated much of her research to examining the display and interpretation of art in museums. She has held internships at the Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Johnson Collection in Spartanburg, South Carolina, and she is currently a Graduate Teaching Assistant.

Fields of Study

Art in the U.S. after 1900 
Global Contemporary 
European Modernism 


MA Florida State University (Museum and Cultural Heritage Studies 2016)
BA Converse College (Art History and English 2013)

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