Before arriving at Boston College last fall, Asst. Prof. Stephanie Leone (Fine Arts) spent three years in Rome researching and writing her dissertation on Baroque architecture.
The Norwich, Conn., native graduated from George Washington University in Washington, DC. Leone did the course work for her doctorate at Rutgers University and earned a master's degree from a Syracuse University graduate program in Florence, Italy.
Leone's research interests include Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture.
This semester Leone is teaching High Renaissance Art, Introduction to Art History: Renaissance to Present and is leading a seminar on Italian palaces.
Prior to her arrival at Boston College this semester, Asst. Prof. Belle Liang (LSOE) spent five years as an assistant professor and researcher at Wellesley College.
A native of Washington, DC, Belle graduated from Indiana University and did her graduate and doctoral work at Michigan State University.
Liang's areas of scholarly interest include community psychology from cross-cultural and developmental perspectives, mentoring in adolescence and young adulthood, trauma recovery and resiliency.
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