Caroline has been an Instructor for Academy of Art University since 1996. She holds a Master’s degree in Art History from Southern Methodist University, with an emphasis in the cultural exchange between Byzantium and the West in the Gothic Era. In addition, Caroline holds a Master’s degree in Humanities from the University of Dallas and a Bachelor’s degree in Art History from San Francisco State University.
Caroline also has experience in museum curatorial research and rare book collections for the Meadows Museum and the Bridwell Theological Library in Dallas, Texas. She assisted in all curatorial aspects of the exhibit Faith in Conflict: the Counter-Reformation in Spain while working at the Meadows Museum in Dallas. In addition, Caroline has studied art and literature at the University of London, has done art historical research in Italy and France, and has traveled extensively studying important monuments and works of art in countries such as Amsterdam, Spain, Greece and Russia. Caroline’s areas of research and interest include the artistic and cultural exchange between Byzantium, Islam, and the West during the Middle Ages, the development of the art of Late Antiquity, Gothic painting, and the art of the French Revolution and nineteenth-century France.