Faculty: Danielle Carrabino

Biography

Danielle Carrabino grew up in Florence Italy before completing a double major at the College of William and Mary in English and Art History. She holds two Master's degrees in art history, the first from Tufts University and the second from the Courtauld Institute of Art in London, where she also received her PhD in 2011. In addition to teaching art history in the US and abroad at a variety of institutions, Danielle has also worked in several art museums, mostly recently, the Harvard Art Museum. She has just returned to the Boston area after three years as resident art historian and administrative staff member of the University of Georgia Studies Abroad Program in Cortona, Italy. In addition to teaching at RISD this fall, Danielle is working on several publications, including her book on Caravaggio and Sicily.

 

Academic Research/Areas of Interest

Caravaggio, Italian Renaissance and Baroque art, Seventeenth-century Spain, the art and culture of Sicily, the Counter-Reformation

Danielle Carrabino

Danielle Carrabino

Lecturer
dcarrabi@risd.edu
401-454-6572

  • BA, College of William and Mary
  • MA, Tufts University
  • MA, The Courtauld Institute of Art
  • PHD, The Courtauld Institute of Art

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Courses
  • HAVC-H734
    METHODOLOGIES OF ART AND VISUAL CULTURE
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