Monica is a second-year MA student in art history with a focus in Gothic architecture. She received her BA in art history from the University of California, Davis, where she conducted research on French Gothic architecture as well as Gothic and Renaissance stained glass. During her undergraduate career, she interned at a nonprofit gallery in Benicia, California, named Arts Benicia. In the summer of 2021, Monica participated in UCLA’s Paris Past and Present: Enriched Timeline Research Project, a digital project in which she created a timeline of the construction phases, historical context, and historiography of Reims Cathedral. Monica’s research interests include the changing designs and relationships within thirteenth-century French Gothic churches.