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Anna Piotrowska

Anna Piotrowska

Anna, (Ph.D. in Art History), a graduate of Harvard and New York Universities, is an art historian with a specialization in 18th-century French art. This period is notable for European explorations in the Pacific and the first interactions between Polynesian and Western cultures. Anna's roots are in Poland, and she holds dual Franco-Canadian citizenship. Her life has taken her to various parts of the world, including Europe, the United States, the Middle East, Asia, and Canada.

Throughout her career, Anna has taught and worked at several international academic institutions. These include the American University of Dubai, the Savannah College of Art and Design in Hong Kong, and McGill University in Montreal. Currently, in addition to her ongoing research activities, Anna is involved in promoting international academic cooperation at the Canadian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade, and Development.