Judith F. Dolkart joined the Brooklyn Museum in 2000 as Assistant Curator of European Painting and Sculpture and was named Associate Curator in 2006. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts from Harvard-Radcliffe College in 1993, and a Master of Arts in 1997 from the University of Pennsylvania. She is working on a doctoral thesis entitled Dressing the Part: Artists, Allegiance, and Costume during the French Revolution and Empire. Since coming to the Brooklyn Museum, Ms. Dolkart has organized About Time: 700 Years of European Painting and “Michelangelo of the Menagerie”: Bronze Works by Antoine-Louis Barye. Ms. Dolkart is organizing Prodigal Son: James Tissot and the Life of Christ, which debuts at the Brooklyn Museum in October 2009, and travels to three additional venues. Before joining the Brooklyn Museum, Ms. Dolkart was a teaching assistant at the University of Pennsylvania, and she continues to lecture and teach at local secondary schools and colleges. Ms. Dolkart serves as Treasurer and Trustee of the Association of Art Museum Curators.