Sarah Madole

Assistant Professor of Art
Music & Art


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Assistant Professor of Art History Sarah Madole received her Ph.D. from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University in 2012. Her primary area of expertise is in the art and archaeology of the ancient world, with a specialization in Roman sarcophagi, regional contexts and social experience.

Before arriving at BMCC in 2014, Professor Madole taught art history at a number of New York City institutions. She has lectured widely to both public and private audiences in museum and gallery settings.

In recent years Professor Madole has held a BMCC Faculty Development Grant for research in Lebanon, and for research on sarcophagi and catacombs in Rome she received a Franklin Grant from the American Philosophical Society and was named Shohet Scholar of the International Catacomb Society. Her research has taken her from Spain to Syria, and many places in between, most consistently to Italy, Greece and Turkey.


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