Mia M. Mochizuki (Project Co-director; 2008-2012) is the Thomas E. Bertelsen, Jr. Associate Professor of Art History and Religion at the Jesuit School of Theology, Santa Clara University, and the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, where she has served as Chair of the Art and Religion Area. She is also Affiliated Faculty in the Department of the History of Art at the University of California, Berkeley. Before coming to the GTU in 2005, she taught in the art history departments at Columbia University and the University of Chicago. Mochizuki’s interdisciplinary research has addressed problems in early modern religious art, with special attention to Reformation (Catholic and Protestant), Netherlandish and global Baroque art. She is the author of The Netherlandish Image after Iconoclasm, 1566-1672. Material Religion in the Dutch Golden Age (Ashgate, 2008), which received the College Art Association Publication Award and the ACE/Mercers’ International Book Award for Religious Art and Architecture, and In His Milieu. Essays on Netherlandish Art in Memory of John Michael Montias (Amsterdam University Press, 2006). Her work has been recognized by a J. William Fulbright/Netherland-America Foundation Fellowship, the Theron Rockwell Field Prize for the Best Doctoral Dissertation in the Humanities at Yale University, a Henry Luce III Fellowship in Theology from the Association of Theological Schools, and a Charles A. Ryskamp Fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies. Currently she is completing a book-length manuscript on The Jesuits and the Earliest European Art in Japan, 1549-1639.