Adjunct Instructor in Emily M. Tuttle began teaching at Limestone University in 2015. Prior to joining the LC community, Professor Tuttle taught with the South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities, and since employed with Limestone, has also worked with the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art in Charlotte, NC. She is currently pursuing a MA/PhD with Florida State University in Medieval Art & Architecture, and is interested in cultural exchange & identity represented in the art and objects of homes in fifteenth century England.
Professor Tuttle enjoys traveling, especially with the LC Art Department. In May 2016, she led students to Italy and Greece, and in 2018, will be going to Spain and Portugal. Icleand, Peru, Thailand, and the British Isles are on her LC Travel Bucket List. When she is not traveling, she enjoys long walks with her dog, Lucy.
- PhD Student, Florida State University
- MA Art History, Florida State University
- MSc Art in the Global Middle Ages, University of Edinburgh
- BA Art History, Winthrop University
- Courses Taught:
- Art History Survey 1 & 2
- Art Appreciation (Day Campus, ECC, ECI)
- FSU Art History Graduate Fellow
- South Eastern Medieval Association (SEMA), Member
- Margaret Fant Lipscomb Scholar/Graduate at Winthrop University