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Madeiine Hagerman (she/her) is an Assistant Professor of Art Conservation at the University of Delaware (UD), primarily focused on teaching undergrads. Before transitioning to UD full-time, she served as Assistant Objects Conservator and Affiliated Assistant Professor at Winterthur Museum, Garen & Library (2018-2019), splitting her time between Winterthur and teaching undergraduate courses at UD. Madeline received her B.A. in art history and anthropology with minors in European studies and material culture studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She completed her M.A. in Principles of Conservation and her M.Sc. in Conservation for Archaeology and Museums from University College London (UCL), where she also served as a teaching assistant for various conservation-related courses. As part of her graduate training, she spent a year working in the British Museum's Ceramics, Glass, and Metals Conservation Laboratory and completed conservation internships at the Natural History Museum, the Institute of Archaeology Collections, and UCL's NASA Regional Planetary Images Facility. She completed a 2-year (2016-2018) postgraduate fellowship in objects conservation at Winterthur, researching and treating Delft tiles in the collection. During her fellowship, she taught an undergraduate internship in ceramics conservation in 2017.
Madeline's interests include conservation ethics, inorganic objects conservation, collections care, and the history of conservation education. She will be presenting a paper about the history of UD's undergraduate program and participating in a panel discussion about conservation education at the 2022 annual meeting of the American Institute for Conservation (AIC). Her work also focuses on expanding access to conservation using social media and coordinating outreach events. She serves as Assistant Coordinating Officer for the ICOM-CC Education and Training in Conservation Working Group. She is also currently pursuing a PhD in the Preservation Studies Program at UD centered on the evolution of conservation training.
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