Daria Rose Foner, a fourth-year doctoral student at Columbia University, studies Italian Renaissance art. Her dissertation examines how images of children relate to artistic self-conception and the process of artistic creation. This fall she will be a Fulbright scholar in Florence, where her research will also be supported by the Kress Foundation and Medici Archive Project. She is currently a graduate intern at The Frick Collection and is teaching Art Humanities in Columbia’s Core Curriculum. She recently presented a paper at the Renaissance Society of America’s annual conference. She is a 2011 graduate of Princeton and holds an MPhil from the University of Cambridge.