Amanda Lange

curator, Historic Deerfield, Inc.

Amanda Lange serves as the curatorial department chair and curator of historic interiors at Historic Deerfield, Inc. Her most recent exhibition, "The Canton Connection: Art and Commerce of the China Trade, 1784-1860," focused on trade relations between America and China in the late 18th and early 19th centuries as well as highlighting Historic Deerfield's remarkable collection of Chinese export art. As a Mars Fellow, Amanda has been researching the history of chocolate in early America for the last four years. She is a member of the Colonial Chocolate Society, a scholarly group of museum professionals, academics, and historians underwritten by the Mars Foundation.

Amanda Lange serves as the curatorial department chair and curator of historic interiors at Historic Deerfield, Inc. Her most recent exhibition, "The Canton Connection: Art and Commerce of the China Trade, 1784-1860," focused on trade relations between America and China in the late 18th and early 19th centuries as well as highlighting Historic Deerfield's remarkable collection of Chinese export art. As a Mars Fellow, Amanda has been researching the history of chocolate in early America for the last four years. She is a member of the Colonial Chocolate Society, a scholarly group of museum professionals, academics, and historians underwritten by the Mars Foundation.


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