Thea Goldring (USA)

Life After Ertegun House

Upon leaving the Ertegun House I began a PhD in History of Art and Architecture at Harvard University studying eighteenth- and nineteenth-century European Art. Building on work I pursued while an Ertegun scholar, my current research projects consider a range of topics including: the visualization of eighteenth-century materialist conceptions of nature and matter; and the intersection of scientific and aesthetic theories in the nineteenth-century stained glass revival in Europe and America. 

I would love to talk to prospective students about my time in the Ertegun House and am happy to be contacted to answer any questions!