Gabriella Costa is a MAVCOR graduate associate. She is Masters student in Religion, Visual Arts, and Material Culture at Yale Divinity School and the Institute of Sacred Music. She comes to Yale from Fordham University, receiving a B.A. with Honors in Art History and English. With a larger interest in the ethics of representation, her work focuses on commemorative art and practice in the first half of the twentieth century. Currently, she is exploring commemorative temporality and its implications for a just representation of suffering and loss. As part of this project, she has examined Marc Chagall’s postwar stained glass as an example of the critical power of refusing to commemorate.