Jasmine Gloria is a first year MA in the Art History Program from Waukegan, Illinois. She earned a BA in Anthropology and Latin American Studies from Tulane University. Her main areas of interest are Pre-Columbian Art and the curation of Indigenous objects in museums. Jasmine has previously interned at the Art Institute of Chicago, and was a 2019 Native American Scholar Initiative intern at the American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia where she researched the reliance on local labor in Sylvanus Morley’s archaeological diaries for her senior capstone project. In her free time, she enjoys collecting chihuahuas and Mexican folk art.