Noga Bernstein

Noga Bernstein is a PhD candidate, specializing in modern art and design in the United States. Her dissertation examines the work of textile designer, painter and educator Ruth Reeves, focusing on her use of Indigenous American art. Noga is the recipient of the Luce/ACLS Dissertation Fellowship in American Art (2017-2018), a Smithsonian Predoctoral Fellowship hosted at Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, a Research Grant awarded by the Center for Craft, Creativity & Design, and several Stony Brook University fellowships and awards.
Prior to joining Stony Brook’s graduate program, Noga completed her Master’s degree at Columbia University, where she wrote her thesis on contemporary art in Israel. Noga have taught courses in modern art and American craft at Stony Brook and the Fashion Institute of Technology.