Gavi Levy Haskell
Gavi Levy Haskell is a sixth-year PhD candidate in the History of Art at Yale. Their work focuses on visual narrative in nineteenth-century British painting, thinking about issues of viewership, interactivity, and ambiguity. Gavi is particularly interested in technology and teaching. They have held a Digital Humanities Teaching Fellowship at Yale, developing a Story-Maps-based assignment to enable students in a course on Global Sacred Art and Architecture to more seamlessly juxtapose images, geographic locations, and written analysis. Furthermore, they previously worked as the Technology Fellow at the Harvard Art Museums, working with students, colleagues, and on their own to develop public-facing projects on art and data. Gavi also spent the last year teaching the New Haven Boys and Girls Club’s 11–14 age group how to talk about art and museums over Google Meet.