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Art and Art History
Ann M. Roberts
James D. Vail III Professor of Art History
Northern Europe and Italy
Women in Art
Images of Women in European Art
PhD History of Art, University of Pennsylvania
MA History of Art, University of Pennsylvania
BA History of Art, The Johns Hopkins University
Art History 110: Introduction to Visual Arts
Dominican Women and Renaissance Art: The Convent of San Domenico of Pisa Ashgate-Routledge, 2008.
Janson’s History of Art, 7th edition. Lead author and responsible editor for Renaissance chapters. Upper Saddle River: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006.
Jansons Basic History of Art (Renaissance chapters). 8th edition, Pearson Education, 2009.
Janson’s History of Art (Renaissance chapters). 8th edition, Pearson Education, 2011. Reissued 2016.
Janson’s Basic History of Art (Renaissance chapters) 9th edition, Pearson Education, 2014.
”Master of the Legend of Saint Lucy: Virgen de la Leche,” catalogue essay in Ximo Company, ed. Fondos Pictoricos de la Coleccion Laia-Bosch. Vol 1. Pintura Sobre Tabla (Siglos XV-XVI). Lleida: Centre d’Art d”Epoca Moderna 2014.
“The Dominican Audience of Plautilla Nelli’s Last Supper” in Jonathan Nelson, ed., Plautilla Nelli (1524-1588) The Painter-Prioress of Renaissance Florence. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2008, 72-87.
“The Horse and the Hawk: Representations of Mary of Burgundy as Sovereign,” in Excavating the Medieval Image: Manuscripts, Artists, Audiences-Essays in Honor of Sandra Hindman, edited by Davis S. Areford and Nina S. Rowe. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004, 135-50.
“Women and the Word,” exhibition co-curated with introductory essay at DePaul University, January 16 - March 14, 2004.
Review of Kate Rudy, Virtual Pilgrimages in the Convent, for the Historians of Netherlandish Art Newsletter. Vol. 29, n.1, April 2012.
Review of Dagmar Eichberger et al., Women at the Burgundian Court, for the Historians of Netherlandish Art Newsletter vol. 29, n.1, April 2012.
Review of Susan Broomhall and Jennifer Spinks, Early Modern Women in the Low Countries: Feminizing Sources and Interpretations of the Past, for Renaissance Quarterly 65, n. 1(2012), 267-268.
Review of Jane L. Carroll and Alison G. Stewart, eds. Saints, Sinners, and Sisters: Gender and Northern Art in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, for CAAREVIEWS.ORG in 2005 (online journal).
Review of Maryan Ainsworth, Petrus Christus, Renaissance Master of Bruges, in American Association of Netherlandish Studies Newsletter 43 (April 1995): 13-14.
“Interpreting the Renaissance Landscape,” Review Article in Mediaevalia et Humatiistica n.s. 18 (1992): 215-219.
Review Essay: Liana Castelfranchi Vegas, Italia e Fiandra nella Pittura del Quattrocento; Roberto Salvini, Banchieri Fiorentini e Pittori Fiamminghi; Paolo Torresan, // Dipingere di Fiandra, in The Art Bulletin 69 (September 1987): 470-472.
|Selected Conference Papers|
“The Lucy Master and Spain: New Works with Spanish Connections.” Read at Midwest Art History Society meeting, Chicago, April 2008.
Book project: Representing Mary of Burgundy
|Awards and Honors|
FaCE Grant, Associated Colleges of the Midwest, Spring 2007.
Ailsa Mellon Bruce Visiting Senior Fellowship, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Fall 2001.
Summer research grant, Lake Forest College, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006.
Academic Innovation Group Curricular Development Grant, Lake Forest College, 1998,2000.
Ball Brothers Visiting Fellowship, Lilly Library, University of Indiana, 1994.
University of Iowa Faculty Development Grants, 1984,1994.
Fulbright Scholar, Western European Regional Research, 1986.
American Association for Netherlandic Studies, editorial board, 2004-present.
Renaissance Society of America, Session Chair for Annual Conference, March 2007.
Mellon Symposium on Medieval Religious Women at Medieval Institute, Notre Dame, March 2007, invited respondent.
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