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Emily P. Bakemeier '82

Deputy Provost, Arts and HumanitiesEmily Bakemeier
Yale University

Guilford, Connecticut

Elected 2013 (Charter Trustee)
A.B. Dartmouth College
M.F.A. Princeton University
Ph.D. Princeton University

Emily P. Bakemeier is deputy provost for the Arts and Humanities at Yale University, with primary responsibility for the humanities departments and programs in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences as well as for the professional schools of art, architecture, drama, music, and divinity. Additionally, she oversees the Institute of Sacred Music, the Center for Language Study, and the Whitney Humanities Center. Bakemeier is an art historian with expertise in 16th- and 17th-century northern European art, particularly early modern French royal portraiture and iconography. She graduated from Dartmouth cum laude and received her AB in English Literature and Art History with honors and distinction. An active alumna, in 1992-93 she was the first woman and youngest president of the Dartmouth Alumni Council. She also served as chair of the Committee on Trustees from 1995 to 2002. More recently, she served on the Presidential Search Committee that selected President Hanlon. She has been awarded the Class of 1982 Service Award and received the Dartmouth Young Alumni Distinguished Service Award in 1995. Bakemeier and her husband, Alain Moureaux '81, live in Guilford, Connecticut.

Last Updated: 6/18/13