2014 SCSC Annual Conference, New Orleans

SCSC Annual Conference, New Orleans, October 16-19, 2014
The IAS hosted two sessions at the 2014 SCSC annual conference.

Broken Bodies: Representing Pain in Early Modern Visual Art
Organizers: Tiffany L. Hunt, Temple University and Heather Graham, Independent Scholar Read abstract

Vernacular Violence: Popular Reception in Post-Tridentine Rome and the Martyrdom Cycle at S. Stefano Rotondo
Grace Harpster, University of California, Berkeley Read abstract

Pain and Paint: Titian , Ribera and the Flaying of Marsyas
Itay Sapir, Université du Québec à Montréal Read abstract

Pain and Pathos: Antonello’s Paintings of Ecce Homo
Peter Weller, UC, Los Angeles Read abstract

Artistic Competition, Collaboration, and Exchange: Early Modern Academies of Art in Central Italy
Organizers: Tamara Smithers, Austin Peay State University, and Anne Proctor, Roger Williams University
Chair: Kelley Helmstutler Di Dio, University of Vermont Read abstract

Sembran della Sepultura: Dissention and Contention in the Crucible of the Early Accademia del Disegno
Christine Zappella, University of Chicago  Read abstract

Exchange between Roman Academies: The Case of the Cavaliere d’Arpino
Jesse Locker, Portland State University  Read abstract

The Drawing Practices at the Accademia di San Luca in Rome: Fundamental Precepts of the Didactic
Rachel George, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes Read abstract

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