Harleen Kaur Bagga, M.A.


Interessi di ricerca

  • History of Immersive Technologies
  • The Creation of Sacred Spaces
  • Scale and Size
  • Cartography and Landscape
  • Representations of War and Violence

Progetto di ricerca

Visions Across Time: The Birth of the Presepio

Curriculum vitae

Harleen Kaur Bagga is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Art and Art History at Stanford University. Focusing on the art and architecture of early modern Italy, her dissertation project “Possessing Souls/Sizing Bodies: Gaudenzio Ferrari and the Immersive Magic of the Italian Renaissance” presents a history of immersion by examining the scale of the life-size. She holds two MAs from Syracuse University in Florence and University College London, and a BA from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi. Also interested in cross-cultural encounters between Europe and Asia, she is currently a Research Editor for online Art History courses at MAP Academy, India.

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