Micah-Shea McKibben graduated from The University of Alabama in December 2016 with an M.A. in art history. Her thesis was titled “Moving Beyond Beauty: Uncovering Sandro Botticelli’s Isis.” She has taught art history survey courses at UA as a graduate student and as an instructor since 2014. McKibben graduated cum laude from the University of South Alabama’s Honors Program in 2012 with a B.A. in art history and a minor in history. Her undergraduate honors thesis was titled, “Knowing the Code, Analysis of Three Female German Expressionists.” In March 2016, she presented her research on Botticelli’s “Isis” at the South Central Renaissance Conference in St. Louis, Missouri, a regional conference of graduate students and professionals in Renaissance Studies.
M.A., The University of Alabama (2016), art history
B.A., University of South Alabama (2012)