Amanda W. Dotseth, curator of the Meadows Museum, SMU, is an art history scholar whose research is grounded in the Spanish Middle Ages but has addressed a wide range of topics, from architecture to panel painting. Upon obtaining her MA at SMU she served as assistant curator at the Meadows Museum for three years, during which time she curated numerous exhibitions and was the primary editor of the catalogue Fernando Gallego and His Workshop: The Altarpiece from Ciudad Rodrigo. After completing her PhD at the Courtauld Institute of Art in 2015, she re-joined the Meadows Museum as a Mellon/Meadows/Prado Curatorial Fellow and was promoted to curator in 2018. She has previously held a Fulbright as well as a pre-doctoral fellowship with the Spanish Nacional Research Council. She has recently curated or co-curated the Meadows Museum’s exhibitions Zurbarán: Jacob and His Twelve Sons, Paintings from Auckland Castle, Fortuny: Friends and Followers and El Greco, Goya, and a Taste for Spain: Highlights from The Bowes Museum.