Fellows' Presentations I: Holly Flora, Christian Kleinbub, Jennifer Sliwka, Diletta Gamberini, Luisa Capodieci


Thursday, September 24, 2015, 9:30am to 5:30pm


Gould Hall

Please join us for the opening events of the academic year, listed below, where the new I Tatti Fellows give informal presentations of their research projects. These are open to the public, but we ask everyone to use the sign up form below so we can make the necessary arrangements here.

9:30-10:30     Holly Flora (Tulane University): Cimabue, the Franciscans, and Artistic Change at the Dawn of the Renaissance
10:30-10:45    Coffee
10:45-11:45    Christian Kleinbub (Ohio State University): Michelangelo's Inner Anatomies
11:45-12:450  Jennifer Sliwka (The National Gallery, London)Domenico Beccafumi: Designing Devotion at Siena Cathedral

Afternoon – Gould Hall

14:30-15:30    Diletta Gamberini (Columbia University): The Poetry of Artists at the Court of Florence, 1537-1587
15:30-16:30    Luisa Capodieci (Pantheon-Sorbonne University)"Mi dipinse Amore". Petrarca e la rivoluzione artistica alla corte di Francesco I
16:30-17:30    Tea

Next Presentations:

1 October, Morning – Gould Hall

9:30-10:30      Ingrid Houssaye Michienzi (Paris Diderot University - Paris 7): The Florentine business community and the Ottoman Empire around 1500
10:30-10:45    Coffee
10:45-11:45    David Rosenthal (University of Edinburgh): Public Works, Unemployment, and the State in Early Modern Italy
11:45-12:45    John Christopoulos University of Toronto): Bodies of Crime in Late-Renaissance Italy

Afternoon – Gould Hall

14:30-15:30    Elsa Filosa (Vanderbilt University):  Boccaccio and the Florentine Coup (1360-61)
15:30-16:30    Diego Pirillo (University of California, Berkeley): Heretical Networks: Diplomacy and Theology in Renaissance Florence and Venice
16:30-17:30    Tea

8 October, Morning – Gould Hall

9:30-10:30      Luka Špoljarić (University of Zagreb): Curial Prelates between Rome and the Provinces: The Case of Nicholas of Modruš
10:30-10:45    Coffee
10:45-11:45    Giulia Torello-Hill (The University of Queensland): Angelo Poliziano and the Development of Dramatic Criticism
11:45-12:45    Courtney Quaintance (Dartmouth College): Women, Performance, and Publication in Baroque Italy

Afternoon – Gould Hall

14:30-15:30    Brian Ogren (Rice University): Kabbalistic Ideas of 'the Beginning' in Italian Renaissance Cosmogonies
15:30-16:30    Ivano Dal Prete (Yale University): The Renaissance and the History of the Earth
16:30-17:30    Tea



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