Gin’s research has received awards from the Society for Court Studies and the Historians of Eighteenth-Century Art and Architecture. Most recently, he was named an inaugural IDEAS Research Fellow at the Society of Architectural Historians. Forthcoming publications will appear in Renaissance Quarterly, The Court Historian, and the edited volume Material Cultures of the Global 18th Century: Art, Mobility and Change (Bloomsbury Academic).
Gin holds a PhD in Architectural History from Harvard University, an MED in Architectural History from Yale University, and a BA in Art History and BM in Baroque Flute from Oberlin College. Previously he worked at the Museum of Modern Art and the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust.