Lisa Neal Tice specializes in art and architectural history of the Italian Renaissance and early Baroque periods. Her research focuses on villa architecture and decoration and the role of garden casini in early modern Italy. She has presented her research widely at numerous conferences including the Renaissance Society of America and the European Architectural History Network and has published in the Journal of the History of Collections. She has taught at Connecticut College as well as Lebanon Valley College, where she also served as the Director of the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery. Dr. Tice received her Ph.D. in art and architectural history from Rutgers University, her MA in Italian Renaissance art from Syracuse University in Florence, and her BA in art history and studio art from James Madison University.