HNA is pleased to announce the appointment of four new members to the HNA Board.
Student Representative: Lizzie Marx
Lizzie Marx is a Ph.D. candidate in the History of Art at Pembroke College, University of Cambridge. Her dissertation, Visualising Smell in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art, explores the ways in which artworks described invisible scents, and the meanings and interpretations that they held.
European Representative: Tine Luk Meganck
Tine Luk Meganck joined the faculty of Art Sciences and Archaeology (Kunstwetenschappen en Archeologie) at the Vrije Universities Brussels in 2019 after many years as a researcher at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium.
North American Representatives: Jessica Keating and Marsely Kehoe
Jessica Keating is Associate Professor of Art History at Carleton College. Professor Keating’s research and teaching addresses the history of art in early modern Europe, focusing particularly on the intertwined histories of collecting, technology; cultural contact and exchange; and empire and sovereignty.
Marsely Kehoe is a scholar of early modern Dutch art, focusing on the role of trade in the development of the so-called “golden age.” Her current work is a collaborative digital project (with Carrie Anderson of Middlebury College) on textile exchange in the Dutch East and West India Companies, supported by grants from the Press Foundation and the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation with the Journal of Historians of Netherlandish Art.
With these positions, the board expands from six to eight members, an increase that will allow HNA’s governing body to deal more efficiently and dynamically with the organization’s burgeoning interests, activities, and initiatives. We plan to continue diversifying the makeup of the Board in future years.