Log in to post comments Academic Area Art History Degree MA Year Graduated 2019 Taylor Glennon received her MA in Art History from the University of Georgia in 2019. She graduated from Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA in 2017 with a BA in Art History and minors in Classical Studies and Anthropology. Her undergraduate research primarily focused on the correlations between ancient Greek gynecological & obstetrical treatise and Roman funerary reliefs. Glennon’s other undergraduate research examined links between antiquity and modernism through the sculptures of Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi. While completing her BA, she worked at the Western Gallery as a preparator intern & outdoor sculpture collection archival intern. Glennon later served as director & curator of the Viking Union Gallery from 2016 to 2017. Building upon her interest in depictions of the female body, Glennon’s current research explores representations of female anatomy in early modern Europe. Her MA thesis addresses the connections between the eighteenth century Anatomical Venuses housed at Museo di Storia Naturale (“La Specola”) in Florence and the treatment of the female body in Renaissance art and scientific literature.