Naomi Miller

Naomi Miller is professor of art history at Boston University. She received a B.S. from City College, an M.A. from Columbia University and an M.A.and Ph.D. from New York University. Among her publications are French Renaissance Fountains, Heavenly Caves, Renaissance Bologna, Architecture in Boston, 1975–1990 (co-author) and Mapping the City: The Language and Culture of Cartography in the Renaissance. Miller has edited the Journal of Society of Architectural Historians and has won a number of fellowships, including from Dumbarton Oaks, I Tatti, and the Center for Advanced Study in Visual Arts.

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Helen Tanzer

Helen Tanzer was an educator and translator in the early twentieth century. Contributing to the dissemination of classical and archaeological works, Tanzer well fulfilled the rigorous requirements of scholar and teacher.


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