Term Fellows' Presentations


Thursday, October 17, 2019, 5:00pm to 7:00pm


Gould Hall, I Tatti
The miracle of the black leg

Join us as our Term Fellows give informal presentations of their research projects and discuss their work in progress. These presentations are open to the public. 

Stefano de Bosio (David and Julie Tobey Fellow) 
Patterns of Reversal: Negotiating Image Orientation in Printmaking and Drawing Practices in Early Modern Italy

Scott Nethersole (Berenson Fellow)
Between Tuscany and Ethiopia: The Miracle of the Black Leg and the Perception of Christian Africa in Early Renaissance Italy

César Manrique (Berenson Fellow)
The incidence of XVth and XVIth centuries Italian printed books in libraries of colonial Mexico. A case of international book circulation and trade

Enrico Fantini (Wallace Fellow)
Smuggling Ariosto: the Renaissance in the Eyes of Italian Jews, Exiles and Anti-Fascists

Lucia Simonato (Wallace Fellow)
Terracotta between the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: New Sculptural Practices and Fascination for the Renaissance