Marloes Krabbe is a dual master's student in Art History and Library Science. She is particularly interested in the intersection between museum archives and art history, and how museums of the Holocaust that display art occupy a unique intersection of art, history, and trauma. As the daughter of a Dutch immigrant, she is also fascinated by how art and identity interact as she finds herself drawn to the quiet fortitude of Dutch masters like Vermeer that remind her of her father. As an undergraduate student at the College of Wooster she studied Art History and Anthropology, receiving departmental honors in both. She also worked as a Digital Curation Assistant for the Noyes Collection—a project focused on a nineteenth-century woman missionary in China. Outside of academics, Marloes enjoys spending time with her dog and her friends, going for runs, and reading countless books.