Appel à communication : « New Perspectives on Italian Art » (RSA, Dublin, 30 mars-2 avril 2022)

« New Perspectives on Italian Art », Renaissance Society of America 2022 (Dublin, 30 March-2 Avril)

Ilaria Andreoli, ITEM-CNRS, Paris & Kelley Di Dio, University of Vermont

This session aims to create a space for emerging scholars (recent Ph.D.s or Ph.D. candidates) of Italian art to present their work. Proposals on any area of Italian early modern art (1300-1600) are welcome. We are particularly interested in scholars working in new methodologies, new areas of study, or innovative approaches to more traditional areas of Renaissance studies. The intention is to provide new scholars with a forum to present their ideas and methods and an opportunity to receive constructive feedback from senior scholars who will serve as respondents.

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Appel à communication : « New Perspectives on Italian Art », Renaissance Society of America 2021 (Dublin, 7-10 Avril 2021)

Appel à communication : « New Perspectives on Italian Art », Renaissance Society of America 2021 (Dublin, 7-10 Avril 2021)

Ilaria Andreoli, ITEM-CNRS, Paris / Fondazione Cini, Venice & Kelley Di Dio, University of Vermont

This session aims to create a space for emerging scholars (recent Ph.D.s or Ph.D. candidates) of Italian art to present their work. Proposals on any area of Italian early modern art (1300-1600) are welcome. We are particularly interested in scholars working in new methodologies, new areas of study, or innovative approaches to more traditional areas of Renaissance studies. The intention is to provide new scholars with a forum to present their ideas and methods and an opportunity . . . → En lire plus

Appel à publication : « for anthology on Early Modern Art and Friendship » (octobre 2020)

Appel à publication : « for anthology on Early Modern Art and Friendship » (octobre 2020)

Christiane Klapisch-Zuber’s 1976 article on “amici, parenti e vicini” was a seminal study of how social connections were often critical to early modern social, political and/or economic successes. Dale Kent’s various studies on these networks have further evidenced these network as key to the social systems of Renaissance Florence. Art historians have elucidated how social connections were important for artists’ careers and, in tandem, how important artistic collaborations were for Renaissance artists. On the other side of the coin, scholars have examined artistic rivalries that were both cultivated by potential patrons and those that sometimes took a darker turn and were borne from clashing personalities, envy, and disdain for varied artistic approaches, among other . . . → En lire plus

Appel à communication : IAS sponsored session, RSA 2020 in Philadelphia « New Perspectives on Italian Art »

Appel à communication : IAS sponsored session, RSA 2020 in Philadelphia « New Perspectives on Italian Art »

Kelley Di Dio, University of Vermont + Ilaria Andreoli, ITEM-CNRS, Paris / Fondazione Cini, Venice

This session aims to create a space for emerging scholars (recent Ph.D.s or Ph.D. candidates) of Italian art to present their work. Proposals on any area of Italian early modern art (1300-1600) are welcome. We are particularly interested in scholars working in new methodologies, new areas of study, or innovative approaches to more traditional areas of Renaissance studies. The intention is to provide new scholars a forum to present their ideas and methods and an opportunity to . . . → En lire plus