Christy Anderson

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Christy Anderson is an architectural historian with a special interest in the buildings of the Renaissance and Baroque. She is currently a professor of Art and Architecture at University of Toronto.[1][2]

She graduated from The Johns Hopkins University with a B.A., from University of Massachusetts Amherst with an M.A. in the History of Art, and from Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a Ph.D from the School of Architecture in the History, Theory and Criticism of Art, Architecture and Urbanism Program. She taught at Yale University from 1995 until 2004. She has lectured at the Courtauld Institute of Art,[3] and Harvard University.[4]

While at Yale University, she was the recipient of several teaching prizes, including the Sidonie Miskimin Clauss Prize for Teaching Excellence in the Humanities, Yale College (2001), the Sarai Ribicoff Award for the Encouragement of Teaching at Yale College (2001), and the Poorvu Family Prize for Interdisciplinary Teaching at Yale College (1997).

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