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Teaching

I contribute to teaching at all levels within the History of Art Department, and also contribute to the MA in Renaissance Studies, which is run by the Dept of English and Humanities.

From 2016, I will be teaching Renaissance and baroque sessions on the new 1st-year modules 'Art History: A Survey' and 'Materials and Processes in Art'. I also typically contribute to our 'Debates in Art History' module, and the MA core course: 'Current approaches in the history of art'.

I am course director for the 2nd-year module on 'Art and Architecture in Europe 1400-1550' and teach sessions on that which concern central Italian art.

I also teach two option modules on our MA in History of Art: 'The Art of Persuasion: Religious Imagery and the Catholic Reformation'; and 'Rome: Place, Continuity and Memory'.

And in certain years I offer a 3rd-year BA option module on 'Art and Patronage in papal Rome: 1534-1590'.

In addition my teaching duties, I supervise a number of BA and MA dissertations each year on Italian art from the 15th to the 17th century.