Gabriela Jasin

  • B.A., Wesleyan University
  • M.A., Ph.D., Rutgers, State University of New Jersey

Previous Positions

Gabriela Jasin, Ph.D., specializes in the art of the baroque and Rococo periods in Europe. She has taught courses on special topics including Bernini and the art of spectacle and a graduate seminar that pictured Bernini's sculpture, architecture and writing in terms of 20th-century film and theater theory.

Publications and presentations

  • "Newtonian Science and Lockean Epistimology in Chardin's 'Soap Bubbles,'" in an edited volume published by Cambridge Scholars Press, December 2007.