Mia M. Mochizuki grew up in Europe, Japan and the United States. She was educated at Groton School, Vassar College (B.A.), Leiden University and Yale University (Department of the History of Art, Ph.D.). In 2005, she joined the faculties of the Jesuit School of Theology and the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, as the Thomas E. Bertelsen, Jr. Associate Professor of Art History and Religion, after teaching in the art history departments of Columbia University and the University of Chicago. She is also Affiliated Faculty in the Department of the History of Art, University of California, Berkeley. Professor Mochizuki’s research has focused on Reformation, seventeenth-century Dutch and global Baroque art. She is the author of The Netherlandish Image after Iconoclasm, 1566-1672. Material Religion in the Dutch Golden Age (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008), which was awarded the College Art Association Publication Award for 2007 and the ACE/Mercers’ International Book Award for Religious Art and Architecture in 2009, and she has co-edited In His Milieu. Essays on Netherlandish Art in Honor of John Michael Montias (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2006). Recently she has led graduate research seminars on Iconoclasm and the Image, Religious Rembrandt, the Baroque Spirit, the Art of the Jesuit Missions and the Jesuits and the Arts.