Daniel Peacock is a fourth-year doctoral candidate in the Department of Art & Archaeology. His research focuses on American and European art of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, with a specialization in the history of photography. His dissertation, “Alvin Langdon Coburn and the Pictorialist Photograph in Print,” explores the intersections of art photography and literature in the early decades of the twentieth century. Further areas of interest include vernacular art and the histories of science and technology. Daniel has worked extensively in the Princeton University Art Museum’s Photography Department and recently curated the two-part installation “Photography and Belonging.” He received his B.A. in Art History and Gender & Sexuality Studies from Bard College, where his thesis on photographer F. Holland Day was awarded the Alexander Klebanoff Award for Outstanding Achievement in Art History.