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Renaissance/Baroque Art
Dissertations in Progress by Subject, 2013

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Abramovich, Lucia, “Precious Materiality in Colonial Andean Art: Gold, Silver, and Jewels in Paintings of the Virgin” (Tulane, E. Boone)

Alberts, Lindsay, “Absolute Ambivalence: Sites of Collecting and Display under Francesco I de’ Medici” (Boston, J. Cranston)

Allan, Eva, “The Triumph Theme and Its Variations in Long Printed Triumphs of the Renaissance” (Yale, C. Wood)

Ambler, William, “The Portrait Workshop at the Court of Philip III of Spain (1598–1621)” (IFA/NYU, J. Brown)

Andersen, Lisa, “Early Modern Intermediality: Courtly Space and Its Translations in the First School of Fontainebleau” (University of British Columbia, B. Wilson)

Backus, Irene, “Asia Materialized: Perceptions of China in Renaissance Florence” (Chicago, R. Zorach)

Barahal, Susan, “Repaint, Reframe, Renew: Updating Sacred Images during the Early Italian Renaissance” (Boston, J. Cranston)

Baseggio Omiccioli, Eveline, “Patronage, Politics, and Humanism: Andrea Riccio’s Reliefs for the Altar of the True Cross in Santa Maria dei Servi, Venice” (Rutgers, S. McHam)

Beeny, Emily, “Poussin and the Dance: Body and Language in Seventeenth-Century France” (Columbia, D. Freedberg)

Bell, Peter, “The Reinvention of the Bronze Statuette in Renaissance Italy: Presentation, Material, Facture” (IFA/NYU, A. Nagel)

Bemis, Elizabeth, “Performing the Prince, 1492–1507: The Patronage and Art-Historical Legacy of Cesare Borgia” (Florida, R. Westin)

Benjamin, Aliza M., “From One Emperor to Another: Moctezuma, Charles V, and the Circulation of Aztec Art and Artifacts in Hapsburg Europe” (Temple, T. Cooper, A. West)

Berry Drago, Elizabeth, “Thomas Wijck’s Painted Alchemists at the Intersection of Art, Science, and Practice” (Delaware, P. Chapman)

Berzal, Javier, “The Spectacle of Space: Visual Experiences in the Early Modern Scenography of Italy” (Ohio State, C. Kleinbub)

Bissett, Tara, “The Architectural Imprint: Architecture and Its Graphic Image in Early Modern France” (Toronto, E. Kavaler)

Blocksom, Megan, “Images of Processions in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Visual Culture” (Kansas, L. Stone-Ferrier)

Blom, Laura, “Mobilizing the Macabre: Rosso, Rovezzano, and Rustici and the Language of Transgression, 1500–1530” (Johns Hopkins, S. Campbell)

Boychuk, Joan, “Multum in Parvo: The Miniatures of Joris Hoefnagel and the Gathered Practices of Central European Court Culture” (University of British Columbia, B. Wilson)

Bracken, William, “Rembrandt in the 1630s: Dialogues and Competitive Environment” (IFA/NYU, E. J. Sluijter, M. Westermann)

Bratichak, Meaghan, “‘Non è buon stile dispiacermi’: Agostino Chigi as Patron of the Villa Farnesina” (Rutgers, S. McHam)

Brennan, Robert, “The ‘Modern’ in Italian Art and Architecture of the Middle Ages and Renaissance” (IFA/NYU, A. Nagel, M. Trachtenberg)

Brown Bordeaux, Sara, “Emanuel de Witte’s Sermon Paintings: Sound and Spirituality” (Delaware, P. Chapman)

Bryda, Gregory C., “Vitis viriditas veritas: Wood as Subject and Medium in the Art of Southern Germany, ca. 1500” (Yale, J. Jung, C. Wood)

Buck, Sarah, “Nicolas II de Larmessin’s Les Costumes Grotesques (ca. 1695): Prints and Professional Habits in the Ancien Régime” (Florida State, R. Neuman)

Buckley, Cali, “Women of Substance: The Materiality of Anatomical Models and the Control of Women’s Medicine in Early Modern Europe” (Penn State, C. Houghton)

Budnick, Barbara, “The Lay of the Land: Themes in Early Modern English Landscape Painting” (University of Washington, E. Lingo)

Buonanno, Lorenzo G., “Sculpted Altarpieces, Devotion, and Artistic Interaction in Early Renaissance Venice” (Columbia, D. Rosand)

Byron, David, “The Visual and Social Strategies of German Propaganda Broadsheets, 1608–1621” (Yale, C. Wood)

Carlson, Alisa, “Social History, Subjectivity, and Self-Fashioning in Hans Holbein the Elder’s Portrait Drawings” (UT Austin, J. Smith)

Cavallo, Bradley, “The Symbolic Significances of Early Modern Paintings on Metal and Stone Supports, ca. 1520–1700” (Temple, T. Cooper)

Chehab, Krystel, “Picturing Sacred Things: Realism, Discernment, and Engaño in Seventeenth-Century Spanish Still-Life Painting” (University of British Columbia, B. Wilson)

Chien, Letha, “Tintoretto’s San Marco Cycle” (UC Berkeley, T. Olson)

Chin, Hyeyun, “City, Crown, and the Staging of Global Commerce: The Royal Exchange in Early Modern London” (Binghamton University, A. Walkling)

Churchill, Derek, “Replication in the Early Netherlandish Tradition: Dieric Bouts and His Copyists” (Yale, C. Wood)

Cloud, Jasmine, “Renovation in the Campo Vaccino: The Churches on the Roman Forum from Clement VIII to Alexander VII” (Temple, T. Cooper)

Cody, Steven J., “Andrea del Sarto (1486–1530) and the Art of Reform” (Maryland, College Park, M. Gill)

Conrad, Jessamyn, “Telling Time: Contextualizing Narrative Painting in Duccio's Maestà and the Trecento Altars in the Crossing of the Duomo of Siena” (Columbia, D. Rosand)

Conti, Nicole, “Artist, Outlaw, Revolutionary: Salvator Rosa and the Cult of Genius in Art and Spectacle, 1600–1900” (Minnesota, M. Gaudio, S. Ostrow)

Cook, Nicole Elizabeth, “Beauty, Eroticism, and Seduction in the Art of Godfried Schalcken” (Delaware, P. Chapman)

Copp, Catherine, “The Carracci and Venice: Annibale Carracci’s Stylistic Response to Venetian Art, and the Intermediary Roles of Agostino and Ludovico Carracci” (Queen’s University, D. McTavish)

Corradino, Christopher, “The Life and Work of Giovanni Mansueti” (IFA/NYU, C. Eisler)

Coughlin, Michael, “Prudence, Time, and the Question of Free Will in the Architecture of Andrea Palladio” (University of British Columbia, B. Wilson)

Cuenot, Nicole, “The Force of Flowers: Bringing the Outdoors in at Versailles” (Columbia, D. Freedberg)

Culotta, Alexis Ruth, “‘Finding Rome in Rome’: Reexamining Raphael’s Transformation through His Roles at the Villa Farnesina” (University of Washington, S. Lingo)

Cymbala, Amy E., “Uxor Carissima, Mulier Clarissima: Women’s Tomb Monuments in Rome, 1550–1750” (Pittsburgh, A. Sutherland Harris)

D’Addio, Sophia, “Adorning the re degl’istrumenti: Painted Organ Shutters in Renaissance Italy” (Columbia, M. Cole)

D’Arrista, Carla, “Instruments of Power: The Artistic Patronage of the Three Pucci Cardinals (1513–1547)” (Columbia, F. Benelli)

Daiman, Marina, “Copying, Inventing, and Recycling in Rubens” (IFA/NYU, M. Westermann)

David, Margaret Diane, “Francesco Mochi, Sculptor (1580–1654)” (Columbia, D. Rosand)

Di Croce, Alessandra, “Sacred Fragments: Studies in the Reception of Early Christian Art in Post-Tridentine Rome” (Columbia, D. Freedberg)

Di Lodovico, Daniele, “Wooden Sculptures and the Making of Devotion in Central Italy from the Twelth Century Through the Fifteenth Century” (University of Washington, S. Lingo)

DiMarzo, Michelle, “Titian and the Culture of Mid-century Rome: The Venetian among the Ruins” (Temple, T. Cooper)

Di Resta, Jason, “Giovanni Antonio da Pordenone: Artistic Ambition and the Challenge of the Local, 1515–1539” (Johns Hopkins, S. Campbell)

Dodson, Alexandra, “Carmelite Art and Architecture in Central Italy in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries” (Duke, C. Bruzelius)

Dooley, Ellen, “Painting Salvation: Affluence, Art, and Plague in Golden Age Seville” (USC, S. Roberts)

Downey, Erin, “The Bentvueghels: Networking and Agency in the Seicento Art Market” (Temple, T. Cooper)

Dujakovic, Maja, “On Books and Death: The Danse Macabre Printed Books in the Fifteenth Century” (University of British Columbia, C. Knicely)

Dwyer, Elizabeth, “Portraits and Visions in Renaissance Veneto: Titian, Moroni, Veronese” (Virginia, F. Fiorani)

Eaker, Adam, “Van Dyck against Rubens: The Portraitist between Court and Studio” (Columbia, D. Freedberg)

Ehrlich, Victoria H., “I Modelli di Virtù: Mythological Heroes in the Art of Fifteenth-Century Florence” (Cornell, C. Lazzaro)

Eldredge, Benjamin, “Andrea Doria, San Matteo, and the Art of Patronage in Sixteenth-Century Italy” (Rutgers, B. Paul)

Elliot-Beatty, Susan, “Alexander VII, Bernini, and the Capella del Voto in Siena” (Toronto, E. Levy)

Fishburne, James, “Casting an Ecclesiastical Prince: The Portrait Medals of Pope Julius II” (UCLA, J. Woods-Marsden)

Fitzpatrick, Elena, “Disseminating Devotion: Christological Imagery in Colonial Mexico and Guatemala” (CUNY, E. Quiñones-Keber)

Fletcher, Francis, “Mantegna’s Fictive Reliefs: Painting as Moral Philosophy and the Humanist Language of Historical Inquiry in the Renaissance” (Rutgers, S. McHam)

Ford, Suzan, “Bernini’s Tomb of Urban VIII in St. Peter’s: A Study of Art and Papal Power in the Context of the Counter-Reformation” (Rutgers, T. Marder)

Fraiman, Jeff, “The Painted Altarpiece in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Rome” (Rutgers, C. Puglisi)

Friedman, Hannah, “Blind Virtue and the Practice of Prophecy in the Art of Jusepe de Ribera” (Johns Hopkins, S. Campbell, F. Pereda)

Fucci, Robert, “Jan van de Velde II and Creative Printmaking in the Early Dutch Republic” (Columbia, D. Freedberg)

Gabbarelli, Jamie, “Networks, Copies, Collaboration: Ventura Salimbeni, Philippe Thomassin, and Printmaking in Rome, 1585–1620” (Yale, C. Wood)

Geddes, Leslie, “Leonardo da Vinci and the Art of Water” (Princeton, J. Pinto)

Giannino, Denise, “Familial Identity and Site Specificity: A Study of the Hybrid Genre of Dutch Family Landscape Portraiture” (Kansas, L. Stone-Ferrier)

Glickman, Stephanie, “For Profit and Power: The Dutch East India Company (VOC) and the Art of Trade, ca. 1600–50” (Northwestern, C. Swan)

Glover, Angela, “Framing Sacred Space: The Early Modern Choir Stall” (Toronto, M. Kavaler)

Graham, Brenna, “The Most Bitter and Untimely of Events: Women, Death, and the Monumental Tomb in Quattrocento Italy” (Rutgers, B. Paul)

Groentjes, Mirjam, “Visual Typology and the Culture of Biblical Reading in the Low Countries, 1550–1600” (Emory, W. Melion)

Guida, Katie, “Artistic Patronage of the Augustinian Hermits in Trecento Italy” (Penn State, B. Curran)

Haakenson, Hilary, “Mapping Cultural Crossroads: The Old Testament, Geography, and Artistic Rivalry in the Late Medieval Maritime Republics of Italy” (Rutgers, S. McHam)

Hanson, Emily, “Spectacular Ambition: Unrealized Projects of Leonardo and Michelangelo” (Washington University, W. Wallace)

Hara, Mari Yoko, “Places of Performance: Art, Architecture, and Scenography of Baldassare Peruzzi (1481–1536)” (Virginia, C. Brothers)

Harris, Natalie, “Art at the Crossroads: Venice, the Vivarini, and Art of Business” (Penn State, B. Curran)

Hathaway, Nenagh, “More than Monochrome: An Art-Historical and Technical Investigation into the Grisaille Exteriors of Netherlandish Altarpieces” (Queen’s University, R. Spronk)

Hawley, John, “The Drawings of Cornelis Visscher (1628/9–1658): Portraiture and the Status of Drawing in Mid-Seventeenth-Century Holland” (Virginia, L. Goedde)

Hecker-Silva, Joanna, “Outside Looking in: Francisco de Holanda and the Margins of Renaissance Art” (IFA/NYU, A. Nagel)

Horacek, Ivana, “The Art of the Gift: Objects, Transformations, and Geopolitics during the Reign of Emperor Rudolf II” (University of British Columbia, B. Wilson)

Horbatsch, Olenka, “Impressions of Innovation: Early Netherlandish Printmaking, 1520–1545” (Toronto, E. M. Kavaler)

Howard, Becca, “Movements of the Mind: Beyond the Mimetic Likeness in Early Modern Italy” (Ohio State, C. Kleinbub)

Huber, Anna K., “In Stitches: Laughter, Prints, and the Artist-Fool in Early Modern Germany” (Harvard, J. L. Koerner)

Hughes, Heather, “Impressions of Dress: Costume Prints from England, France, and the Netherlands, ca. 1600–1670” (Pennsylvania, L. Silver)

Hyman, Aaron, “Rubens in a New World: Prints, Authorship, and the Slavish Copy” (UC Berkeley, E. Honig)

Ilchman, Frederick, “Tintoretto’s Judgment: Artistic Ambition in Counter-Reformation Venice” (Columbia, D. Rosand)

Ingersoll, Catharine, “Hans Wertinger in Context: Art, Politics, and Humanism at the Court of Ludwig X, Duke of Bavaria” (UT Austin, J. Smith)

Irwin, Christa, “Rome in Lima: Italian Renaissance Influence in Colonial Peruvian Painting” (CUNY, J. Saslow)

Isard, Katherine, “The Practice of Theory in Vincenzo Scamozzi’s Annotated Architecture Books” (Columbia, D. Rosand, F. Benelli)

Jakobiec, Katarzyna (Katie), “Merchant Builders and the Materials of Building: Polish Architecture, ca. 1600” (Toronto, C. Anderson)

Jasienski, Adam, “In the Guise of Holiness: Portraiture, Sanctity, and Dynastic Politics under the Spanish Habsburgs” (Harvard, T. Cummins)

Jewitt, James, “The Role of Landscape Painting in Renaissance Venice and the Veneto, 1450–1530” (Pittsburgh, A. Sutherland Harris)

Johnson, Rachel, “Suburban Bruegel: Chorography and Rhetoric in Pieter Bruegel’s Series of the Months” (UC Santa Barbara, M. Meadow)

Kaminska, Barbara, “Patterns of Discourse: Cultural Transformation and Religious Imagery in Mid-Sixteenth-Century Antwerp” (UC Santa Barbara, M. Meadow)

Kaplan, Molly, “Magdalene van de Passe, Geertruydt Roghman, and the Example of Seventeenth-Century Netherlandish Female Printmakers” (Delaware, P. Chapman)

Karentzos, Loukas “Court and Countryside: Central Italian Villas of the Mid-Sixteenth Century” (Princeton, J. Pinto)

Keelmann, Lehti Mairike, “Bachelors Bridging the Baltic: The Artistic Ambitions of the Tallinn Brotherhood of the Black Heads” (Michigan, A. Timmermann)

Keener, Chrystine, “Jacopo Pontormo and Religious Reform: Heretic or Eccentric?” (Indiana, Bloomington, G. Knox)

Keogh, Kristina, “The Presentation of Incorruptibility: The Praesentia of the Female Saint” (Virginia Commonwealth, J. Israel)

Kim, Anna Marazuela, “Real Presence: Aesthetics and Ontologies of the Image from Byzantium to the Reformation” (Virginia, D. Summers)

Kinew, Shawon K., “The Vision in Stone: Melchiorre Cafà (1636–1667) in the World” (Harvard, F. Fehrenbach)

Kornegay, Kevin, “Historical Imagination and Communal Identity in the Ghent World Exhibition of 1913” (Duke, H. Van Miegroet)

Kulpa, Pierette, “From Michelangelo to Mussolini: Attribution and Appropriation in the Pietà di Palestrina” (Penn State, B. Curran)

Kupiec, Catherine, “The Materiality of Luca della Robbia’s Glazed Terracotta Sculptures” (Rutgers, S. McHam)

Kutasz, Theresa, “Christina, Queen of Sweden, and the Politics of Antiquities Collection in Early Modern Rome” (Penn State, B. Curran)

Lamsechi, Guita, “Beyond the Frame: Images of Vegetal Nature across the Arts in Northern Renaissance Europe” (Toronto, E. Kavaler)

Lange, Henrike, “Relief Effects: Giotto, Donatello, Mantegna” (Yale, C. Wood)

Langer, Lara, “Andrea Sansovino: Mastering the Spectacle of Sculpture in Sixteenth-Century Italy” (Maryland, College Park, M. Gill)

Langusi, Daniela, “Wenzel Cobergher and His Neapolitan Years, 1580–1598: Flemish Expatriates, Money, Piety, and Erudition” (Penn State, C. Houghton)

Lepine-Cercone, Chantelle, “Art and Business in Seventeenth-Century Naples: The Collecting and Dealing Practices of Gaspare Roomer (Queen’s University, S. Schütze, S. Dickey)

Letvin, Alexandra, “Francisco de Zurbarán at the Monastery of Guadalupe” (Johns Hopkins, F. Pereda)

Libina, Marsha, “Sebastiano del Piombo and His Collaboration with Michelangelo: Distance and Proximity to the Divine in Catholic Reformation Rome” (Johns Hopkins, S. Campbell)

Lu, Haohao, “The Paradox of Delight: Image and Imagination of Eros at the Burgundian-Habsburg Court” (Indiana, Bloomington, B. Rothstein)

Lumbreras, María, “True Portraits: Veracity and Virtus in the Early Modern Iberian World” (Johns Hopkins, F. Pereda)

Lynch, Sarah, “‘ein leibhaber aller freyen khünst’: Bonifaz Wolmut and the Architecture of the Bohemian and European Renaissance” (Princeton, T. DaCosta Kaufmann)

Magill, Kelley, “Reforming the Art of Martyrdom: The Exploration of the Catacombs and Early Christian Revival in Post-Tridentine Rome” (UT Austin, L. Waldman)

Mandabach, Marisa, “The Caduceus Unwound: The Head of Medusa and the Painterly Grotesque in Rubens” (Harvard, J. Koerner)

Maratsos, Jessica, “Jacopo Pontormo and Italian Reform: Pictorial Innovation in Pre-Tridentine Florence” (Columbia, D. Rosand)

Marzullo, Francesca, “Overdoors in Medieval and Renaissance Italy” (Columbia, M. Cole)

Maye, Kira, “Painting and Performance in Rome: The Art and Visual Culture of the Archconfraternity of the Holy Crucifix of San Marcello” (Rutgers, C. Puglisi)

McMahon, Brendan, “Colors of Deceit: The Arts of Iridescence in the Early Modern Spanish World” (USC, D. Bleichmar)

Merrill, Elizabeth, “Francesco di Giorgio and the Formation of the Professional Architect” (Virginia, C. Brothers)

Millard, Robert, “Live, Struggle, and Die: A Study of Antique Forms in Late-Quattrocento Sculpted Reliefs” (Penn State, B. Curran)

Miller, Rachel, “Apostle to the Indies: The Global Iconography and Dissemination of Images of St. Francis Xavier” (Pittsburgh, A. Sutherland Harris)

Minter, Erin Sutherland, “Michelangelo and Pope Paul III, 1534–49: Patronage, Collaboration, and Construction of Identity in Renaissance Rome” (Washington University, W. Wallace)

Morris, Jennifer, “Art, Astrology, and the Apocalypse: Visualizing the Occult in Post-Reformation Germany” (Princeton, T. DaCosta Kaufmann)

Muckart, Heather, “Truth, Vision, and Knowing in Early Modern English Martyr Portraits” (University of British Columbia, B. Wilson)

Murray, Colin Alexander, “Friendship and Collaboration in the Painting of Early Modern Venice” (Toronto, P. Sohm)

Nayyar, Reshma, “Visions of the Divine: Baciccio’s Frescoes at the Gesù in Rome” (Rutgers, C. Puglisi)

Neumann, Elisabeth, “Imagining European Community: Allegories of the Continents in the Netherlands, 1520–1600” (Toronto, M. Kavaler)

Newman, Abigail, “Picturing Flanders Abroad: Flemish Painters and Their Audiences in Seventeenth-Century Madrid” (Princeton, T. DaCosta Kaufmann)

Nurre, Anastasia, “Contextualizing Sixteenth-Century Lutheran Epitaphs from the Cranach Workshop: The Influence of Ideology on the Composition and Content of Reformation Funerary Monuments” (Ohio State, B. Haeger)

O’Leary, Heather, “‘Viva Bacco e Viva Amore’: Bacchic Imagery in the Renaissance” (Columbia, D. Rosand)

Parsons, Kimberly, “Under the Shadow of Florence: Sienese Art Production during Early Medici Rule” (Penn State, B. Curran)

Perkins, Elizabeth, “Antonello da Messina and the Independent Portrait in Fifteenth-Century Venice” (Columbia, D. Rosand)

Petcu, Elizabeth, “Orders of Elaboration: Wendel Dietterlin and the Architectura” (Princeton, T. DaCosta Kaufmann)

Platts, Christopher, “Lingua lagunare: Paolo Veneziano (ca. 1290–1358/62) and the Origins of Venetian Painting” (Yale, R. Nelson, L. Kanter)

Popp, Nathan A., “Queen Christina of Sweden: Patronage and Self-Promotion in Baroque Europe” (Iowa, J. Hochstrasser)

Porthé, Rainbow, “Planctus Provinciae: Arts of Mourning in Fifteenth-Century Provence” (Chicago, R. Zorach)

Racco, Tiffany, “Luca Giordano: Speed, Imitation and the Art of Fame” (Delaware, D. Stone)

Ramos, Melisa, “Cor ad cor loquitur, Divine Caritas, and Burning Hearts in Art after Trent” (Rice University, J. Manca)

Remond, Jaya, “The Kunstbüchlein: Printed Artists’ Manuals and the Transmission of Craft Know-How in Renaissance Germany” (Harvard, J. Koerner)

Richardson, Jamie, “(Re)Presenting Curiosity and the Curious Practice of Collecting: The Inventive Art of Frans II Francken (1581–1642)” (Bryn Mawr, C. Hertel)

Riesenberger, Nicole, “The Court and Patronage of King Ferrante I of Naples, 1458–1494” (Maryland, College Park, M. Gill)

Rochmes, Sophia, “Color’s Absence: Medium and Materiality in Burgundian Grisaille Manuscripts” (UC Santa Barbara, M. Meadow)

Rodriguez-Negron, Iraida, “Earthly Goddesses: Portraits of Catholic Queens in the Golden Age” (IFA/NYU, J. Brown)

Rosenblatt, Ivana, “Envisioning the Threshold: Pictorial Disjunction in Maarten de Vos” (Ohio State, B. Haeger)

Ryu, Sara, “Calendar, Column, Crucifix: Material Reuse in the Early Modern Transatlantic” (Yale, C. Wood)

Sakai, Jennifer, “Undoing Architecture: Temporalities of Painted Space in Early Modern Amsterdam” (UC Berkeley, E. Honig)

Schmid, Vanessa, “Portraiture and Community in Amsterdam, 1650–1672” (IFA/NYU, E-H. Begemann, M. Westermann)

Shay Millea, Mary, “Beloved Rivals: Power, Paragone, and the Petrarchan Portrait in Renaissance Italy” (Rutgers, S. McHam)

Shields, Rebecca, “The Space Between: Politics and Urban Development in Early Seventeenth-Century London” (Rutgers, T. Marder)

Siemon, Julia, “Bronzino, Portraiture, and Politics in 1530s Florence” (Columbia, D. Rosand)

Silva, Joseph, “Thuscorum et Ligurum Securitati: Cosimo I’s Visual Program for the Naval Knighthood of Saint Stephen in Florence and Pisa” (Brown, E. Lincoln)

Sjøvoll, Therese, “Queen Christina of Sweden’s Musaeum: Collecting and Display in the Palazzo Riario-Corsini” (Columbia, D. Freedberg, D. Rosand)

Spratt, Emily, “Byzantium Not Forgotten: Constructing the Artistic and Cultural Legacy of an Empire between East and West in the Early Modern Period” (Princeton, P. Brown)

Stacey, Christina, “Veri Ritratti: Pietro Longhi and Genre Painting in Eighteenth-Century Venice” (Princeton, P. Brown)

Stevenson-Stewart, Jessica, “Rules of Engagement: Art, Commerce, and Diplomacy in Golden-Age Antwerp” (UC Berkeley, E. Honig)

Stewart, Pamela, “Imagining the Body of Christ: Devotion to the Passion in Milanese Confraternities, 1500–1625” (Michigan, M. Holmes)

Stielau, Allison, “The Unmaking of Metalwork in Early Modern Europe” (Yale, C. Wood)

Sullivan, Kathleen, “Style and Meaning in Girolamo Romanino” (Rutgers, B. Paul)

Swanson, Susan, “The Work of the Magi: Adoration Imagery and Visions of Globalization in Early Modern Europe” (Minnesota, M. Gaudio)

Thiel, Laura, “Gentlemen-Scholars at Home: Domesticity, Masculinity, and Civility in Dutch Seventeenth-Century Genre Paintings” (Queen’s University, S. Dickey)

Tom, Lisa Wuliang, “Negotiating Masculinities and Martial Identities in Early Modern Italian Portraiture” (Brown, E. Lincoln)

Uchacz, Tianna, “Dialogue and Dialect in Netherlandish History Painting, ca. 1540–1580” (Toronto, M. Kavaler)

Valiela, Julia, “Identity and Ideals: Problems in Sculptural Busts of Women in Renaissance Italy” (IFA/NYU, K. Weil-Garris Brandt)

van Ginhoven, Sandra, “The Role of the Antwerp Painter-Dealer Gulliam Forchondt in the Large-Scale Distribution of New Imagery in Europe and the Americas during the Seventeenth Century” (Duke, H. Van Miegroet)

van Putten, Jasper, “The Networked Cosmos: Sebastian Münster’s City Views” (Harvard, J. Koerner)

Van Wingerden, Carolyn, “‘The Turbaned Heads, Each Wrapped in Twisted Folds of the Whitest Silk’: Images of Muslims in Northern European Art, 1400–1700” (Rice University, D. Wolfthal)

Viggiani, Daniela, “Pietro Maria Guarienti (Verone 1678–Dresde 1753): Marchand, artiste, connaisseur” (University of Montreal, L. de Moura Sobral, A. Caleca)

Vigotti, Lorenzo, “From Palazzo Davanzati to Palazzo Medici: Private Architecture during the Florentine Oligarchy, 1382–1444” (Columbia, F. Benelli)

Vranic, Ivana, “Between Physis and Technē: Molding, Firing, and Painting Terracotta Passion Groups in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Italy” (University of British Columbia, B. Wilson)

Walsh, Catherine, “Landscapes, Ecology, and the Figure in Giambologna’s Appennino” (Boston, J. Cranston)

Wangensteen, Kjell, “Hyperborean Baroque: European Representations of the Far North, 1644–1716 ” (Princeton, T. da Costa Kaufmann)

Warren, Maureen, “Politics, Punishment, and Prestige: Images of Johan van Oldenbarnevelt and the States Party (Staatsgezinden) in the Dutch Republic, 1618–1672” (Northwestern, C. Swan)

Waters, Michael, “Materials, Materiality, and Spolia in Italian Renaissance Architecture: 1420–1540” (IFA/NYU, M. Trachtenberg)

Waugh, Lindsey, “Images of Hunting in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Visual Culture” (Kansas, L. Stone-Ferrier)

Weiss, Jessica, “Isabel of Castile, Flemish Aesthetics, and Identity Construction in the Works of Juan de Flandes” (UT Austin, J. Smith)

Weller, Peter, “Alberti before Florence: Pre-Florentine Sources Informing the Vocabulary of Leon Battista Alberti’s De pictura” (UCLA, C. Villaseñor-Black)

Whittaker, Loren, “An American Jesuit Treasury of Religious Art: The Greenlease Gallery’s Van Ackeren Collection at Rockhurst University” (Kansas, S. Cornelison)

Wile, Aaron, “Painting, Authority, and Experience at the Twilight of the Grand Siècle, 1680–1721” (Harvard, E. Lajer-Burcharth, H. Zerner)

Willever, Suzanne, “Disseminating the Art of Rome in Print: Making, Meaning, and Going Viral in the Sixteenth Century” (Temple, M. Hall, A. West)

Williams, Anne L., “Sanctity and Satire: St. Joseph and Humor in Northern European Art, ca. 1300–1530” (Virginia, L. Goedde)

Wise, Elliott, “Painterly Vernacular and Pictorial Piety: Rogier van der Weyden, Robert Campin, and Jan van Ruusbroec” (Emory, W. Melion)

Yee Litt, Kori Lisa, “Lippo Vanni (fl. 1344–76): Between Wall and Page” (Columbia, D. Freedberg)

Yuen, Melissa, “Mattia Preti and Roman Baroque Painting, 1633–1653” (Rutgers, C. Puglisi)

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