BA (Tor), MA (Johns Hopkins), PhD (Johns Hopkins)
Dr. Jannette Vusich has served as a teaching fellow, senior fellow, and associate director, academic, in the Foundation Year Programme and as an assistant professor in the Early Modern Studies Programme. She holds a BA from the University of Toronto and an MA and PhD in the history of art from Johns Hopkins University. Her dissertation was entitled, “DIVINUS AMOR EXTASIM FACIT: Fra Bartolommeo and Mysticism in Renaissance Florence” (2009).
Dr. Vusich’s research interests include the intersection of eroticism and mysticism in Early Modern devotional art and the connections between mendicant preaching, humanism, and naturalistic forms of representation.
Dr. Vusich has previously taught at Johns Hopkins University, the Catholic University of America, Colorado College, and St. Francis Xavier University, and has held curatorial fellowships at the Walters Art Museum and National Gallery of Art.