Peter Clericuzio, M.A./B.A. History; Honors, Art History, 2005, is finishing his dissertation, “Nancy as a Center of Art Nouveau Architecture, 1895-1914,” in May, and teaching the survey of western art in the Department of the History of Art at Penn this semester. He also is currently working as an editorial assistant for the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians. His article, “Modernity, Regionalism, and Art Nouveau at the Exposition Internationale de l’Est de la France, 1909,” will appear in the journal Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide in the spring of 2011. His essay “Le Corbusier and the Reconstruction of Saint-Dié: The Debate over Modernism in France, 1944-46,” based on research undertaken on his Cuttino scholarship at Emory, was published in the Chicago Art Journal in 2010.