Emily Davis Winthrop
Arts Collections Librarian
Collections and Discovery, Collection Analysis and Investment
James Branch Cabell Library, Room 204
Ph.D. Art History, VCU, 2016. Dissertation: Allegories of the Modern: The Female Nude in Art Nouveau M.A. Art History, VCU, 2006 B.A. Art History, VCU, 2005
Ph.D. Art History, VCU, 2016. Dissertation: Allegories of the Modern: The Female Nude in Art Nouveau
M.A. Art History, VCU, 2006
B.A. Art History, VCU, 2005
As Arts Collections Librarian, Emily Davis Winthrop handles the development and management of resources for the research, learning and creation in the School of the Arts with the exclusion of the Department of Music.
She also oversees the administration of physical inventory at James Branch Cabell Library and is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Art History.
Winthrop's research interests in librarianship focus on collection strategies, diversity in collections and the scholarly record in the 21st century. Winthrop’s art history research explores late 19th and early 20th century design with a focus on gender theories.