Jenevieve DeLosSantos is the Director of Special Pedagogic Projects and an Assistant Teaching Professor in the School of Arts and Sciences’ Office of Undergraduate Education at Rutgers University. In her current role, she teaches both undergraduate art history courses as well as dual-enrollment courses in a number of high schools throughout the state of New Jersey. She is currently editing a catalogue of student-designed posters that illustrate international poems, which features student writing and explores the pedagogical value of interdisciplinary humanities projects. She has been working on issues of pedagogy for years; before stepping into this role, she worked as a museum educator both as Coordinator of Academic Programs at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and at the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art museum at Rutgers University. Her scholarly work is on 19th century American Orientalism, and more broadly on issues of race and ethnicity in late 19th century visual culture.