Dr. Cristina Carbone

Lecturer


Dr. Cristina Carbone

Lecturer


Cristina Carbone is a native Californian who studied architectural history at the University of California at Santa Barbara. She is contributing editor on the architecture of Kentucky for Archipedia, the online encyclopedia of the American architecture published by the Society of Architectural Historians and the University of Virginia Press and funded by a We the People Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Her research on the surviving structures from America’s 19th century world’s fairs is funded by The Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in Fine Arts while her writing on the architectural propaganda of the American National Exhibition in Moscow of 1959 was published in “Cold War Kitchen: Americanization, Technology and European Users,” by MIT Press.

After a successful career as an archivist at the Getty Center and as the Curator of Architectural Collections at the Library of Congress Dr. Carbone switched gears to become an academic. She has taught art and architectural history in Kentucky at the University of Kentucky, the University of Louisville, Western Kentucky University, Centre College, Spalding University, and Bellarmine University.

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Office of Admissions
Kentucky College of Art + Design
505 West Ormsby Avenue
Louisville, KY 40203

tel:502.430.6191
fax:316.530.8048

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