Christine DeLucia is an assistant professor of history at Williams College. Her scholarship and teaching aim to build stronger understandings of Indigenous peoples–past and present–and the complex relationships communities have developed with place, heritage, and colonization. Her book “Memory Lands” was published in 2018.
Michael Kolster (’85) is a photographer, professor of art at Bowdoin College, and a 2013 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow in Photography. Work from his series on American rivers and appearing in his book “Take Me to the River” (George Thompson Publishing, 2016) is in the museum collection and on view as part of the Landmarks exhibition.
Julie Reiter (MA ’19) is a curator whose exhibition-making focuses on art that engages the senses. She served as the graduate curatorial intern for the “Landmarks” exhibition. Recently, Reiter helped organize “Sounds Lasting and Leaving” at Luxembourg & Dayan, where she now serves as Gallery Associate. Reiter received an MA in art history from the Williams Graduate Program.
Pallavi Sen is a professor of art at Williams College. As an artist, she works in installation, printmaking, textiles, Instagram, and intuitive movement. Some of her current interests include the inner lives of animals, farming and the artist as farmer, eco-feminism, domestic architecture, work spaces, rituals, alters, deities, pattern history, walking, and cooking. Some of her most recent work includes the building of a pollinator meadow and garden on the college campus.