Jonathan Gregory, Assistant Curator of Exhibitions, leads development and production of exhibitions at Quilt House since joining the International Quilt Study Center & Museum staff in 2010. He earned his MA in textile history with an emphasis in quilt studies from University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2007 and his PhD in Human Sciences with a specialization in Textiles, also from UNL, in 2015. He also holds a BS in Human Resources from Friends University, Wichita, Kansas. Gregory is co-editor of the IQSCM’s website, World Quilts: The American Story, and is a contributing author to various IQSCM publications including American Quilts in the Modern Age, 1870-1940 (University of Nebraska Press, 2009), What’s In A Name (2012), and Pojagi: Patchwork from Korea (2008). He has curated IQSCM exhibitions including Covering the War: American Quilts in Times of Conflict and The Engineer Who Could: Ernest Haight’s Half Century of Quiltmaking.