Upcoming Appointees

I Tatti Fellows

Francisco Apellániz

Deborah Loeb Brice Fellow
Malacca to Antwerp: Michiel Foscari’s global network (1482-1506)

Niall Atkinson

Rush H Kress Fellow
Getting Lost in the Italian Renaissance: Traveling and the Geographies of Disorientation

Bradford Bouley

Jean-François Malle Fellow
The Barberini Butchers: Meat, Murder, and Warfare in Early Modern Italy

Christopher Lakey

CRIA Fellow
Persistent Materialities: The use of gold leaf in painting, c. 1300 - 1600

Jessica Maier

Robert Lehman Fellow
Contested Places: Cartography, Conflict, and the Visual Arts in Early Modern Europe

Alessia Meneghin

Ahmanson Fellow
Routes of Social and Geographical Mobility in the Quattrocento: the Adaptation and Dynamism of Florentine merciai

Giuliano Mori

Andrew W Mellon Fellow
False, yet True. Non-Exclusive Truth from the Fifteenth to the Seventeenth Century

Cecilia Nocilli

Hanna Kiel Fellow
The «Fondo Andrea Francalanci» and fifteenth century dance music: Renaissance and postmodern theory and performance practice

Elizabeth Petcu

Robert Lehman Fellow
Nature and Imitation in Early Modern Architecture

Diana Presciutti

Melville J Kahn Fellow
The Saint as Social Worker: Visual Hagiography and Social Problems in Renaissance Italy

Jesse Rodin

Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellow
Giving Form to Fifteenth-Century Music

Camille Rouxpetel

Florence Gould Fellow
Costruzioni, usi ed eredità dell’Oriente: i francescani, mediatori tra le Chiese d’Oriente e d’Occidente (Italia e Terrasanta, secoli XIV-XV)

Riccardo Strobino

Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Fellow
"Sine quibus non": Arabic Philosophy of Science and the Impact of Medieval and Renaissance Latin Translations

Emily Wilbourne

Francesco De Dombrowski Fellow
Opera's Others: Musical Representations of Racialized Difference in Baroque Italy

Gabriella Zuccolin

Andrew W Mellon Fellow
The Reception of Vernacular Midwifery Handbooks in Renaissance Italy

Postdoctoral Fellows

Ingrid Greenfield

Ingrid Greenfield

Post-Doctoral Fellow and Assistant to the Director for Academic Programs
Cannibalism and Collecting: Material Cultures of Consumption in Italy and Africa, 1450-1650

Thomas Gruber

Thomas Gruber

Post-Doctoral Fellow and Assistant to the Director for Publications and Conferences
Man as the Centre of the World: Ramon Sibiuda in the European Renaissance

Term Fellows (1st Semester)

Ludmila Budrina

Craig Hugh Smyth Fellow
Renaissance’s "pietra dura" as a Source of Inspiration for the Development of Russian Stonecutting Art
(September-December)

Joseph Luzzi

Wallace Fellow
Dante's "Divine Comedy": A Biography
(September-December)

Alana Mailes

Graduate Fellow
English Musicians in the Italian Peninsula
(September-December)

Jeremy Melius

Wallace Fellow
Ruskin's Renaissance
(September-December)

Paul Nelles

Berenson Fellow
The Information Order: Writing, Mobility and Distance in the Making of the Society of Jesus (1540-1573)
(September-December)

José Maria Pérez Fernández

Berenson Fellow
Hernando Colón’s New World of Books. Towards a New Cartography of Knowledge
(September-December)

Hudson Vincent

Graduate Fellow
The English Baroque: Style in 17th-Century Art and Verse
(September-December)

Term Fellows (2nd Semester)

Elena Alberio

David and Julie Tobey Fellow
I Disegni di Michelangelo per il Cristo Risorto: Problemi di committenza e sviluppi iconografici
(January-June)

Katie Anania

Wallace Fellow
American Drawing, Renaissance Historiography, and The Remains of Humanism in the 1960s
(January-June)

Darka Bilić

Berenson Fellow
Lodging and Commerce in Early Modern Mediterranean in the Light of Cultural Exchange
(January-June)

Mayu Fujikawa

Berenson Fellow
The European Visualization of Two Japanese Embassies, 1582-1620
(January-June)

Sarah Hamill

Wallace Fellow
The Photographic Detail and Sculptural Seeing
(January-June)

Andrew Leach

Wallace Fellow
Mannerism in Modern Architecture, 1920-1950
(January-June)

Stephanie Leone

Kress Fellow in the Digital Humanities
Building Baroque Rome under Pope Innocent X Pamphilj
(January-June)

David Nee

Graduate Fellow
Shakespeare and the Aesthetics of Simple Form
(January-June)

Visiting Professors (1st Semester)

Nicola Courtright

Robert Lehman Visiting Professor
A book on the residences created for Marie de Médicis
(September-December)

Julie Cumming

Robert Lehman Visiting Professor
Musical sources for the origin of the Italian madrigal
(September-December)

Helen Hills

Robert Lehman Visiting Professor
Silver and salvation: the transformationality of silver ca. 1500-ca. 1750
(October)

Nicola Suthor

Robert Lehman Visiting Professor
Meta/Physics of Drawing: Trains of Thought and the Artist's Line
(October-December)

Visiting Professors (2nd Semester)

Elizabeth Cohen

Robert Lehman Visiting Professor
Women of Rome: Working Lives in an Early Modern City
(January-June)

Thomas Cohen

Robert Lehman Visiting Professor
Books on microhistory and on village rebellion in 1556-7
(January-April)

Maria Loh

Robert Lehman Visiting Professor
Liquid Sky: Representations of the Pre-Gravitational Sky
(February-May)

Alexander Nagel

Robert Lehman Visiting Professor
The Amerasian extension in the European imaginary, 1492-1700
(January-June)

Justin Steinberg

Visiting Professor
A study of legal and literary representation in Boccaccio's Decameron
(January-June)

Sanjay Subrahmanyam

Robert Lehman Visiting Professor
Early modern interactions between empires, archival and visual aspects
(May-June)

Research Associates

Carlo Taviani

Research Associate
Genoese merchant networks in West Africa and the Atlantic