Professor Donna Kurtz is the Beazley Archivist, Professor of Classical Art, and Fellow of Wolfson College at the University of Oxford. She gained her undergraduate degree from University of Cincinnati, followed by an MA from Yale University and a DPhil at the University of Oxford.
She teaches undergraduates and graduate students for the faculty of Literae Humaniores in addition to directing the Beazley Archive. An art historian, she has published books and articles on various aspects of classical Greek archaeology and art, and a number of articles on Information Technology and the visual arts. Her research interests include: Classic Greek art and archaeology, history of collections, digital imaging, classical reception, history of collections, and information technology applications.