Daniel K. Gullo named Joseph S. Micallef Curator of the Malta Study Center
COLLEGEVILLE, Minn. – Dr. Daniel Gullo has been named the Joseph S. Micallef Curator of the Malta Study Center, according to the Rev. Columba Stewart, OSB, executive director of the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML) at Saint John’s University. Dr. Gullo will join the HMML staff on June 16, succeeding the founding curator, Dr. Theresa M. Vann.
Dr. Gullo received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison; master’s degrees from the University of Toronto (medieval studies) and Saint John’s University (theology), and a doctorate in history from the University of Chicago. Most recently he has served as an assistant professor in the Department of History and Geography at Columbus State University in Georgia, where he has been co-director of the university’s Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program since 2009.
“Dr. Gullo’s background in Mediterranean studies positions him to deepen the work of the Malta Study Center and its unique collections,” notes Fr. Columba. “His expertise in cataloging, teaching, and the innovative use of technology will be invaluable as HMML continues to expand access to its manuscript collections through new digital platforms for research in the humanities. He joins the HMML staff as we launch vHMML, an online research environment for manuscript studies.”
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