Diana DePardo-Minsky is a professional Art and Architectural Historian educated at Yale and Columbia Universities. The American Academy in Rome (The Rome Prize), the Fulbright, Kress, and Whiting Foundations have funded her scholarship. The Mellon Foundation supported her innovative classes, and The Princeton Review included her in The Best 300 Professors (2012). She is a Researcher at the Levy Institute; she organizes in situ seminars in Italy; and she has a forthcoming book on Michelangelo.
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