Jennifer Reynolds-Kaye is the Curator of Education and Academic Outreach at the Yale Center for British Art. In this role, she facilitates a range of diverse conversation with Yale faculty, students, and community members around difficult topics including race, empire, and colonialism. Her publications and presentations reflect her deep engagement with the more pressing topics facing art history and museum education today. Additionally, her latest research investigates the connections between pre-Columbian art and Britain in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, with a specific focus on casts of pre-Columbian objects. She is also the curator of the exhibition, Small-Great Objects: Anni and Josef Albers in the Americas (February 3-June 18, 2017) at the Yale University Art Gallery. She received her PhD in Art History from the University of Southern California, and specializes in the afterlife of pre-Columbian art in modern and contemporary art.