Meghan Doyle is an M.A. candidate at the Institute of Fine Arts, focusing on Western art in the second half of the twentieth century and later. She is keenly interested in the application of artistic practice to conflict environments and the reconciliatory function of art in post-trauma scenarios. Upon earning Bachelor’s degrees in Art History and Italian from Pepperdine University, Meghan spent four years in the Post-War and Contemporary Art department at an international auction house, where she contributed to published catalogues, planned pre-sale exhibitions, and organized a limited-time showing of Elena del Rivero’s Archive of Dust in commemoration of the twentieth anniversary of 9/11. Meghan also has experience at such global institutions as The British Museum, Tel Aviv Museum of Art and Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art in California.