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Department of History of Art


20 minutes talk; 10-minute for Q&A and handover

9:15-9:30 Welcome: Dr Mahon, Director of Graduate Programme

9:30-10:00 Lucas Giles: Tramezzo Studies and Digital Humanities: Reconstructing the Pulpitum at Santa Caterina in Pisa

10:00-10:30 Alice Blow: Gender Ambiguity in a French Renaissance Triple Profile Portrait, c.1570

10:30-11:00 Amandine Didouan: Cantering Amidst Art, Science, and Aesthetics: Early Modern Equestrian Visual Culture

***11.00-11.30 BREAK***

11.30-12.00 Frances Rothwell Hughes: The Heraldic Imagination in German-Speaking Lands, circa 1480-1560

12:00-12:30 Panagiotis Doudesis, Ornate pavilions for festive occasions: the Hildesheim service and other mid-eighteenth-century centrepieces from Augsburg as miniaturised early modern Festen

12:30-13:00 Lizzie Huits: Excellent modern ornaments, models of ancient production: The Art Journal’s illustrated catalogues and the logic of appropriation in nineteenth-century revival jewelry

***13.00-13.30 BREAK ***

13:30-14:00 Koenraad Vos: Rome scattered. The Vatican’s Museo Chiaramonti within the debates on museums and fragmentation

14:00-14:30 Will Aslet: James Gibbs’s Training in Italy

14:30-15:00 Emily Roy: City of Stone: The Materiality of St Petersburg in Print, c.1703-1830

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