INSTRUCTOR PROFILE

  Miriam Braverman
   
  MIRIAM BRAVERMAN has been working as a lecturer at the Museum of Fine Arts since 1967. She speaks on all the museum collections to an audience ranging in age from school children to adults. In addition to her work as lecturer, Mrs. Braverman has worked in the Department of Classical Art for eight years as Research Assistant, and has volunteered in the Egyptian Department, editing the diaries of George Andrew Reisner and John Lowell. She has taught undergraduates at Harvard as a faculty member of the Core Curriculum, and has lectured widely throughout Greater Boston and beyond on the permanent collections and special exhibitions at the MFA.
   
  Will be teaching: