Joan Boychuk


Joan Boychuk specializes in the study of early modern visual culture, with an emphasis on the art and architecture of central Europe. She is a PhD Candidate at UBC, with her dissertation focusing on the intersection of artistic practices, the culture of collecting, and the production of knowledge in the context of the sixteenth-century courts of the Holy Roman Empire. Her MA thesis, completed at McGill University, was published in 2008 under the title, The Chapel of the Assumption of the Virgin in Spišský Štvrtok: Late Gothic Architecture on the Periphery. She currently teaches art history at Capilano University in North Vancouver and has been a sessional instructor at UBC.