Reesa Greenberg is an art historian, independent scholar and museum consultant whose research focuses on exhibition and display. She has worked as a consultant for exhibition and installation projects at the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Edmonton Art Gallery, the Jewish Historical Museum in Amsterdam, and on the Mirroring Evil exhibition at the Jewish Museum, in New York. She is best known as co-editor (with Bruce Ferguson and Sandy Nairne) of Thinking About Exhibitions (Routledge, 1996) and is the author of numerous articles on exhibition presentation and politics. Her recent research examines the web as an exhibition space. She is an Adjunct Professor at Montreal’s Concordia University and at York University, in Toronto.