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Professor paul gwynne, phd.
Division Chair of Arts and Humanities. A world-renowned expert in Neo-Latin poetry. Professor Gwynne's research focuses on Italian art and culture, particularly in the periods of the Renaissance and Counter-Reformation. His most recent publications include Patterns of Patronage in Renaissance Rome: Francesco Sperulo, Poet, Prelate, Soldier, Spy (2015); Francesco Benci and the Rise of Neo-Latin Epic (2018). [ full biography ]
Professor Timothy J. Allen, M.F.A.
Adjunct Professor. Professor Allen is a professional oil painter of portraits and figurative narratives inspired mostly by the Renaissance and Baroque with more than 25 years of experience. He is also the Founder and Director of the Painting and Drawing Art Studio of Rome. [ full biography ]
Professor Daria Borghese, M.A.
Adjunct Professor. Professor Borghese has taught courses in Italy and in the U.S.A. that range from Italian Renaissance to Baroque Art, with a focus on the role of patrons as the main interest of her research. Her latest publications include studies on the Casina di Pio IV in the Vatican, Palazzo Colonna and Palazzo Borromeo, all landmarks of artistic patronage in Rome. [ full biography ]
Professor Jason Cardone, PhD
Adjunct Professor. Professor Cardone has been living and working in Rome for over twenty years. “Studying Renaissance Art within the Italian university system was the priviledge of a lifetime,” and he has continued to collaborate with La Sapienza, Rome and Ca’ Foscari, Venice to the present day as Cultore della Materia. [ full biography ]
Professor Cecilia Canziani, PhD
Adjunct Professor. Professor Canziani's research and teaching focuses on contemporary art and curating. Dr. Canziani was the program director in curating studies at IED (Institute of European Design) Rome and previously taught at the Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza, at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Palermo and lectured in several international institutions, among others at the National Museum of Cairo and the Center for Restoration in Tirana, Albania. She also teaches at the Accademia di Belle Arti in L’Aquila, Italy. [ full biography ]
Professor Lauren Golden, PhD
Adjunct Professor. Professor Golden's specialization is in Italian Renaissance Art and Architecture, Raphael, and Neuroarthistory. She has been studying the city of Rome for over 35 years and has been teaching in Italy for 20 years. [ full biography ]
Professor Francesca Guiducci, M.A.
Professor claudia la malfa, m.a..
Adjunct Professor. Claudia La Malfa works on Renaissance painting, sculpture and drawing, the history of collecting and the revival of antiquity. She has published books and scholarly articles on Pintoricchio, Botticelli, Filippino Lippi, Andrea Sansovino, Raphael, the history of collecting and the revival of classical art in the Renaissance on which she organizes conferences and delivers public lectures. [ full biography ]
Professor Carol Taddeo, M.A.
Adjunct Professor. Professor Taddeo’s research has addressed the sacred and secular dimensions of the pastoral genre and its realizations in written and visual forms, with specific interest in modes of exchange between artists and writers in Renaissance Venice. Her professional interests also include restoration and conservation techniques and traditional art materials. [ full biography ]
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Florence known as the Art City, allows you to be in contact with the different artworks from the most important masterpieces form middle ages to contemporary art.
Our art history courses cover a wide range of artworks and artists throughout history. By taking this course, the student will study the most important artists of the Florentine school like Giotto, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Rafael, Fattorini and Signorini, to contemporaries of the French impressionists and beyond.
THE RENAISSANCE & BEYOND
AD’A is in the perfect location for studying the Renaissance because we are still living and breathing in its birthplace. We walk the same streets as Michelangelo and practicing the same artistic techniques that he created.
Our art historians specialized in the Renaissance period of art and they offer the student the opportunity to explore this incredible time in Italian history.
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PhD study in Italy – 2023
Italy has more UNESCO World Heritage sites than anywhere in the world, which means there is a lot to see and do during your PhD. You have plenty of time as a PhD student in Italy to enjoy the food and culture of the country. If you decide to do a PhD in Italy, you have the chance to participate in international research programmes and live in a country synonymous with culture, fashion, good food and entertainment.
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- Choice of subject and institution – Italy is known for its excellent education system which is built on foundations like scientific research and creativity. It has a number of different kinds of higher education institutions where you can study your PhD. Each institute offers specialised courses in a particular subject area making sure you have a fulfilling and rich learning experience.
- Affordable – A PhD in Italy will cost you a lot less that other popular study destinations in Europe. This has been possible because of the public-funded universities with fees between €900 and €4,000 . And, there are a number of scholarships available for both national and international students
- Historic relevance – Italy is home to the world’s oldest university: The University of Bologna . Ring a bell? The Bologna Process, which set down the three-cycle degree process across Europe and allowed for easy credit transfer, was introduced in Italy. Why wouldn’t you want to study at the place where it all began?
- Courses in both Italian and English – To attract more international students, Italian universities now offer more and more course in English. They do still encourage students to learn Italian during their stay in the country. When in Rome, I guess !
- The wonderful climate – You have the chance to enjoy the wonderful and warm Mediterranean climate whether in the heart of the city with some pasta and wine or at one of the many beaches in the country (also with pasta and wine if you fancy it!).
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HISTORY OF ART Presentation Presentation Following a strong and renowned research tradition, the Phd Program in History of Art aims to provide the best methodological skills to allow an high scientific level of study.
The PhD programme trains researchers in the history of art of the 21st century, equipping them for a career in the arts world and including them in an international community that meets on a regular basis and shares its results via various channels (journals, bibliographic and documentary exchanges).
Professor Gwynne's research focuses on Italian art and culture, particularly in the periods of the Renaissance and Counter-Reformation. His most recent publications include Patterns of Patronage in Renaissance Rome: Francesco Sperulo, Poet, Prelate, Soldier, Spy (2015); Francesco Benci and the Rise of Neo-Latin Epic (2018).
Our art history courses cover a wide range of artworks and artists throughout history. By taking this course, the student will study the most important artists of the Florentine school like Giotto, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Rafael, Fattorini and Signorini, to contemporaries of the French impressionists and beyond. 1 2 3 4 5 6 THE RENAISSANCE & BEYOND
PhD Art programs in Italy Order by: Name Price Deadline Duration Master Design New Academy of Fine Arts Milan, Italy Study mode: On campus Languages: English Local: $ 9.63 k / Year (s) Foreign: $ 12.8 k / Year (s) Deadline: Nov 30, 2023 StudyQA ranking: 3136 You need IELTS certificate Similar programs Choose an adviser Ask Admissions Master
PhD study in Italy – 2023. Italy has more UNESCO World Heritage sites than anywhere in the world, which means there is a lot to see and do during your PhD. You have plenty of time as a PhD student in Italy to enjoy the food and culture of the country.