"Sensing Time: Embodied Temporalities in Makers' Spaces in the Atlantic World"

Brown Bag Session
Alexandra Macdonald, William & Mary
Nov 30, 2022 at - | McNeil Center, Room 105/Zoom

Alexandra M. Macdonald

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Alexandra M. Macdonald is a historian of the Anglo Atlantic World, specializing in material and intellectual culture from the early modern period to the beginning of the nineteenth century. She received both her BA and her MA in Art History and Visual Studies from the University of Victoria and holds an MA in History from William & Mary. Alexandra’s research has been supported by a number of museums, libraries, and funding bodies including the Social Science and Humanities Research Council (Canada), Winterthur Museum, the Huntington, the American Philosophical Society, the American Antiquarian Society, and the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. She is currently working on her dissertation project which explores the intersections of sensory studies, material culture, and temporality in the long-eighteenth century.