Junior Scholars

Department Michalsky

Florian Abe, M.A.
"Die geystlich Straß". Late Medieval Stations of the Cross as Immersive Urban Ensembles of Salvation

Valentina Balzarotti, Ph.D.
Dalla Galleria delle Carte Geografiche all’Italia di Giovanni Antonio Magini: Persistenza, ricorrenza e rielaborazione del modello di Flavio Biondo nella produzione cartografica e testuale tra Gregorio XIII e Clemente VIII

Dr. Adrian Bremenkamp
Historische Topographie der Repräsentation von Heiligen im Kontext dynastischer Legitimation und Identifikation in Süditalien (13.–14. Jahrhundert)

Marco Brunetti, Ph.D.
Topography and Images of the Esquiline Hill from 14th to 16th Century

Viviana Costagliola, Ph.D.
Napoli e i suoi contorni: la documentazione fotografica del patrimonio storico-artistico di Napoli e dell’Italia Meridionale (1861-1914)

Anna Chiara Giusa, M.A.
Messina 1509–1557: A Centre for Artistic Experimentation

Dr. Jana Graul
Artistic Concepts of Europe

Torben Hanhart, MSt
An der Brust des Herrn. Maternal Gestures and the Christian God in 16th- and 17th-Century Art

Alberto Lo Pinto, Ph.D.
Milan as Site of Social Anxiety: Negotiating Notion of Modernity and Gender in Michelangelo Antonioni's "La Notte" (1961)

Salvatore Martinelli, M.A.
Die kosmologische figura des Antonino Saliba

Víctor Martín García
Che ogni occhio negozi da solo. Riflessioni intorno alla costruzione della storia, della memoria e dell’oblio nella pratica audiovisiva del found footage, cinema di compilazione e di archivio

Cigdem Özel, M.A.
"Antike Wunder und eine moderne Königin" – The Art Patronage of Maria Carolina (1752–1814), Queen of Naples-Sicily, in the Context of Artistic and Cultural Exchange between Naples and Vienna

Dr. Elisabetta Scirocco
Die Bewältigung von Naturkatastrophen im Spiegel der historischen Rekonstruktionen Neapels

Antonino Tranchina, Ph.D.
Architettura sacra nello Stretto di Messina: il monachesimo greco e il patrocinio normanno

Carlo Ugolotti, Ph.D.
A Tale of Two Cities: The Cinematographic Representation of Naples from Fascism to the Republic (1922–1962)


Department Weddigen

Giulia Beatrice, M.A.

«Africa sintetica, dinamica, simultanea»: Colonial Iconographies and Contexts in Italian Futurism

Katharina Bedenbender, M.A.
Die theologia duplex der Agrumen in der Frühen Neuzeit. Goldene Früchte bei Giovanni Pontano und Andrea Mantegna

Franz Engel, M.A.
Seismic Baroque: Coral Stone Churches in the Philippines of the Spanish Colonial Period (1565–1898) and Their Place in Global Architectural History

Nora Guggenbühler, M.A.
Traveling Mary: Multiplication and Dissemination of Miraculous Images of Mary in the Hispanic World

Lilla Mátyók-Engel, M.A.
Zwischen Innovation und Konservierung. Objekte der Nationalbruderschaft der Hl. Katharina aus Sienain Rom (ca. 1520–1625)

Dr. Fernanda Marinho 
Brazilian Modernism and the Italian Paradigm. The Commemorative Exhibition of the Fiftieth Anniversary of Official Immigration

Carlotta Paltrinieri, Ph.D.
Networks of Florentine Artistic Influence in the Roman Seicento: Inside and Outside the Nazione Fiorentina


Dr. des. Katharine Stahlbuhk
Dignitas domus. Die (Selbst-)Inszenierung eines Konvents als städtische Institution

Laura Valterio, M.A.
Striving for Eternity. Material Experimentation in Seventeenth Century Roman Painting

Sara Vitacca, Ph.D.
Virility in the City: The Male Body and Urban Space in Rome, from Italian Unification to Fascism

Research Group Visualizing Science (Fransen)

Giosuè Fabiano, M.A.
Natural Light, Religious Time and Mural Painting in Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Italy (c. 1250–1500)

Ashley Gonik, M.A.
Structuring Information: Printed Tables as Organizing Tools in Early Modern Europe

Dr. Christoph Sander
Diagrams in Early Modern Science: the Case of Magnetism

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