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Frances Dilworth

Frances Dilworth
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Frances is a senior at Rutgers University pursuing a major in art history and a minor in English. Among their many interests, medieval art, culture, and literature come to the front. Currently, they are researching how medieval art inspired different art movements in history; such as late 18th to 19th century Gothic, the Pre-Raphaelites, and Art Nouveau. As a nonbinary scholar, Frances is passionate about researching and writing about underrepresented and marginalized groups such as the LGBTQIA+ community in art history. One day, they hope to publish a book that examines a more inclusive and cross-cultural perspective of medieval art.

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