Maeve HoganGraduate Student

Maeve M. Hogan (she/her) is a PhD student in Design History. Her research focuses on craft and domestic material culture as they relate to modernity, nostalgia, and narratives of identity. She is also interested in the history of collecting and of museums.

Education and Relevant Experience

Maeve holds an MA in Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture from Bard Graduate Center, and BA in Art History and Studio Art from Clark University. Before coming to UW–Madison, Maeve was a curatorial associate at the New-York Historical Society, and a teaching assistant at the New York School of Interior Design.

Awards and Recognitions

Jane Graff Textile Fellowship

2020–21 BGC Graduate Tuition Scholarship

2012–14 Clark University Dean’s List

2007–11 Sara Bickman Music and Arts Summer Internship Award

2009 Steinbrecher Fellowship

Portrait of a seated white woman, Maeve Hogan, in a grey dress, smiling with hair pulled back, arms crossed over knees.


  • Design Studies

Degree Program

  • PhD Human Ecology: Design Studies