Jacquelyn H. Clements teaches “Provenance Research: Connecting Histories” for Johns Hopkins’ Masters in Museum studies program. Previously, she was a Metadata Assistant with the Project for the Study of Collecting and Provenance at the Getty Research Institute, where she processed and published data related the sale of works of art in Germany between the years 1900-1929 for the Getty Provenance Index databases. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts with honors from the Maryland Institute College of Art, an MA in Classics from Florida State University, and a PhD in the History of Art from Johns Hopkins University. She was also a fellow at the Walters Art Museum, a graduate curatorial intern at the J. Paul Getty Museum Villa, and a Council on Library and Information Resources and Mellon Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in Data Curation for Visual Studies at the University of Toronto. Currently, she serves as a Program Officer with the National Endowment for the Humanities, Division of Preservation and Access. Her research interests include Greek archaeology and religion, the provenance of antiquities collections, and digital art history.