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Sarah Baker ’08 Baker, Sarah Elizabeth Baker  ’8

Sarah Baker '08
Staff  |  Denison Museum
Assistant to the Director
Denison Museum
740-587-6255
Degree(s): 
B.A., Denison University; M.A., University of Bristol; M.L.I.S., Kent State University
Biography: 

Sarah graduated from Denison University in 2008 with a B.A. in Art History.  She earned her M.A. in History of Art from the University of Bristol in 2010 and her M.L.I.S. from Kent State University in 2001

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Anna Christina Cannizzo Cannizzo, Anna Christina Christina Cannizzo

Cannizzo, Anna Christina Christina Cannizzo
Staff  |  Denison Museum
Curator of Collections
Denison Museum
740-587-6554
Service: 
2007-Present
Degree(s): 
B.A., M.S., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Biography: 

Anna earned her B.A in anthropology in 2000, certificate in Museum Studies in 2004, and M.S. in Anthropology in 2007 from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Her museum experience includes collections based work at the Pabst Mansion, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Archaeology Lab, and in the departments of Anthropology, Conservation, and Education at the Milwaukee Public Museum. She also took part in the Sicilian-Scandinavian Archaeological Project during the Summer 2000 in Salemi, Sicily. Anna is primarily responsible for the care and use of the Denison Museum’s collections. Her interests include Archaeology, Enthnology, Museology, and Cultural Heritage Preservation.

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Megan Hancock Hancock, Megan Hancock

Megan Hancock
Staff  |  Denison Museum
Community & Outreach Coordinator
740-587-6255
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Sherry Harlacher Harlacher, Sherry Anne Harlacher

Harlacher, Sherry Anne Harlacher
Staff  |  Denison Museum
Director of the Denison Museum
Denison Museum
Museum
740-587-5713
Service: 
2011-Present
Degree(s): 
B.A., Loyola Marymount University; M.C., M.A., Ph.D., Arizona State University
Biography: 

Sherry earned her Ph.D. in art history in 2010 from Arizona State University.  Her dissertation “Picturing the Dhamma: Text and Image in Late Colonial Sri Lanka” offers an interdisciplinary examination of Theravada Buddhist book art practices in eighteenth and nineteenth-century Sri Lanka (Ceylon).  Her museum experience includes curatorial and registration work at Arizona’s Phoenix Art Museum (2001-2006) where she continues to consult on the Museum’s Sri Lankan art collection.  Sherry has significant university classroom experience in teaching Western and Asian art. Her principal research interests include Buddhist and Hindu material culture, Chinese ceramics, materials analysis, and the transfer of art-making technologies.

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