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Victoria Hallinan

Victoria Hallinan

Victoria Hallinan is the Director of Liberal Studies at Boston Architectural College. Since joining the BAC in 2014, Victoria has taught courses focusing on history, research, critical thinking and writing, including "Critical Reading and Research: War and the Creation of the ‘Other'" and "History and Modernity." As part of her administrative responsibilities, Victoria contributes to curricula design in the Liberal Studies and serves as an advisor to students and faculty. Her current research focuses on Cold War cultural exchange as part of the Lacy-Zarubin Agreement and how these exchanges can be used to understand notions of gender, race and nationalism during the Cold War era. Her earlier research includes orientalism in French opera and the historical understanding of the origins of music and language.

Victoria received her doctorate in World History from Northeastern University in 2013. She holds a Master's degree in Comparative History from Brandeis University and served as a post-doctoral scholar at Boston University's Center for Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning. Victoria has previously taught at Northeastern University, Boston University, Southern New Hampshire University and Newbury College.