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PROF Anne Dunlop

Positions

  • (medieval Italy, Renaissance, cross-cultural exchange, materials and techniques, Mongol Eurasia)

Overview

Publications

Selected publications

Research

Awards

Education and training

  • Ph.D., University of Warwick 1997
  • M.A., The University of British Columbia 1992
  • B.A. (HONS), Queen's University at Kingston 1989
  • l ès l, Universite Lumiere (Lyon II) 1988

Supervision

Available for supervision

  • Y

Supervision Statement

  • I am available to supervise in the area of Italian and European medieval and early modern art, cross-cultural artistic exchange, and materials and technologies of art making. Current and recent supervisions:

    PhD
    Joanne Morice, ‘The Embriachi workshop:, ivory, luxury and markets in trecento Europe.’ 2019-2022. Principal supervisor.
    Liu Shiqui, ‘Coming to Cathay: Foreign Influence on Art in Mongol Yuan China,’ 2019-2022. Principal supervisor.
    Louise Box, ‘The Secret Lives of Prints: the print albums of Elizabeth Seymour Percy, 1st Duchess of Northumberland (1716-1776),’ 2016-2020. Joint supervisor.
    Catherine Blake, ‘Vitale da Bologna and the Logic of Painting,’ University of Sydney, 2018. External examiner.

    MA
    Joanne Morice, 'Making the Immaterial Material: The Embriachi Workshop, Ivory, and Mass Production in the Gothic Age. 2017. Principal supervisor,

    BA Honours
    Riley McPherson, ‘Monstrous Mothers of the Histories Prodigieuses,’ 2019.
    Sakina Hanif Nomanbhoy, ‘Beyond Fear & Curiosity: Re-Imagining Süleyman I’s Empire,’ 2018-2019
    Mary Hurley McGillivray , ‘Hypermediacy and allegory: Giotto's Circumspection and Wild Man,’ 2018-2019.
    Catherine Mahoney, ‘The Trecento Knitting Madonna: Motherhood, Making and Materiality,’ 2018.