Assistant Professor, Upper Iowa University
Sarahh Scher received her MFA from New Mexico State University in 1998 and a PhD in art history in 2010 from Emory University. Her work focuses on the pre-Columbian cultures of the north coast of Peru, especially Moche ceramic art. She explores issues of identity, gender, and power, frequently through the lens of costume and costume representation. Sarahh has published articles in Acta Americana, Ceramics: TECHNICAL, and the Bulletin of the Institut Français d’Études Andines. She is also a chapter contributor to Pre-Columbian Pottery: A Thematic Approach to New World Ceramics, under contract from the University Press of Florida. She is an instructor at Salem State University and Upper Iowa University.