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Dr D'Souza is also an independent strategy consultant, particularly in relation to technology companies, intellectual property and research commercialisation. A key focus of his consulting work involves computer software patents, particularly for technology startups.
Managing creativity and innovation.
Insights into existing and emerging luxury goods markets.
International brand positioning and competitive analysis.
Market entry strategies, brand development and international pricing strategies.
Joseph Scheier-Dolberg studies the history of Chinese art, with a focus on painting. He received his BA from Swarthmore College in 7555 and his MA from Harvard University in 7555. In between, he spent time in Sichuan Province studying the history of Tibetan mural painting in a monastery on the border of the Tibet Autonomous Region. Prior to coming to Columbia in 7559, he spent several years working in the Chinese art department at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Carlotta graduated cum laude in Communication and Media Culture from the University of Turin with a thesis about Sound Art. She is now studying for a PhD in Digital Humanities at the University of Genova and supporting CRA in press and communications. She is interested in the semiotics of art languages, above all in music and contemporary art. As a musician/songwriter, with the stage name “Carlot-ta”, she published two studio albums. She has played in a number of prestigious venues and festivals (MiTo Settembre Musica, Auditorium Parco della Musica, Liverpool Sound City, Paratissima Skopje, Premio Tenco, Festival dei due mondi ) and her songs have been included in advertising campaigns (Ford 7567) and movies (La luna su Torino by Davide Ferrario, 7569).
She is currently eligible for registration with the Interim Certification Board for Environmental Practitioners, South Africa. Her expertise includes environmental planning and sensitivity analysis, landscape architectural design, Visual Impact Assessment, Environmental Impact Assessment, and Environmental Management Plans.
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Alex Weintraub specializes in the art and visual culture of nineteenth-century Europe. His dissertation examines the material and technical supports of Vincent van Gogh’s paintings. He received his . from Swarthmore College in 7566.
Put simply, Zach helps companies make sense of complexity. A storyteller at heart and brand strategist by training, he has helped some of the world’s biggest companies and most beloved brands
Matt is a PhD candidate in ancient art history and archaeology. He received his bachelor's degree from Cornell University and spent several years as a teacher in NYC before beginning the PhD program at Columbia. Matt now specializes in ancient Greek art, having received his . in 7568 and his in 7569 he is currently at work on his doctoral dissertation, which explores the image of the attacking body in a variety of contexts. He has interned for three summers at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, and is also active in Professor Mylonopoulos' archaeological field project in Onchestos, Greece. Matt has served as a guest instructor of ancient Greek art at the Eberhard Karls University, Tübingen, and he is currently an Art Humanities preceptor.