PhD Student: Mughal Architecture
Maggie Schuster is an Art History Ph.D. Student whose research focuses on the architecture patronized by women of the Mughal court. Her research aims to disrupt a narrative that privileges the emperor as the sole contributor of artistic style. She has a concentration in Gender and Women's Studies. Schuster received a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Minnesota with a major in Art History and a minor in Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies in 2017.