Arleen Arzigian is an Associate Professor at Berklee in the Liberal Arts department. She has been teaching art history at Berklee since 2008. She has been a Museum Librarian and Curator at the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University and at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Before coming to Berklee, she was Curator of Visual Resources in the History of Art and Architecture Department at Boston University. She has taught architectural history at the Boston Architectural College, and has taught at Northeastern and Tufts. She has attended many national and international conferences and presented papers on visual studies and art history at such associations as the College Art Association, Visual Resources Association, the Art Libraries Society, the Warburg Institute, the Fondazione Giorgio Cini in Venice, and the Southeast College Art Conference. She holds a bachelor’s degree in art history from Simmons College and a Master’s degree in art history from Tufts University. Her exposure to works of art at the Metropolitan and Fogg art museums have informed and enhanced her teaching, as has her academic experience at Boston University.