In his early years at Penn State, Craig Zabel spent many hours amidst wooden cataloging cabinets containing drawers full of photographic slides. With nimble fingers and unwavering focus, Zabel — an associate professor and head of Penn State’s Department of Art History — would rake through rows of 35 mm slides for the perfect image to add to his lesson plan, a quest that was never truly over.
“Teaching art history is a lot of hunting and pecking,” Zabel said. “I'm always in search of that better image or better way to explain things in my lessons.”
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