Assistant Professor, Landscape Studies
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Nina Antonetti received her doctorate in landscape and architectural history from the Victorian Study Centre, University of London, and has held research positions in the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., and at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Currently, she is writing a critical analysis of the landscape architecture of Cornelia Hahn Oberlander ('44), a book project for the Library of American Landscape History.
Antonetti teaches the core curriculum in the landscape studies program, including Introduction to Landscape Studies; Socialized Landscapes: Private Squalor and Public Affluence; Suburbia: the Middle Landscape; and Rethinking Landscape. She is developing a new course that will examine the landscapes of indigenous people around the world.