Dr. Victoria Ehrlich

James Loeb Fellow, Juni - August 2018




Gruppe/n: Stipendiaten

Vita

  • 2016-present    Colorado College, Visiting Assistant Professor of Renaissance Art
  • Ph.D., 2017 Cornell University, History of Art and Visual Studies, Renaissance Art
  • M.A., 2012  Cornell University, History of Art and Visual Studies, Renaissance Art
  • M.A., 2007  University of Texas at Arlington, Humanities
  • B.A., 2003   State University of New York – Albany, Greek and Roman Civilization
    Focus: Mediterranean Art and Archaeology (Magna Cum Laude)

                       

Manuscripts in Preparation

 

  • I Modelli di Virtù: Mythological Heroes in the Art of Fifteenth-Century Florence, Book Project
  • “Heeding the Florentine Humanists: Lessons on Understanding and Viewing Mythological Heroes”
  • “A Tale of Arms and the Man?: Painted (Re)Visions of Aeneas in Quattrocento Florence.” Journal article for submission to Word and Image
  • “A New Model for Bertoldo di Giovanni’s Bellerophon Taming Pegasus” Journal article for submission to Source: Notes in the History of Ar

Book Reviews

 

The Early Modern Italian Domestic Interior, 1400-1700: Objects, Spaces, Domesticities, Eds. Erin J. Campbell, Stephanie R. Miller, and Elizabeth C. Consavari. APPOSITIONS: Studies in Renaissance / Early Modern Literature & Culture 8 (2015): Dialogues & Exchanges.

 

Selected Fellowships and Awards

 

  • 2014        Provost’s Diversity Fellowship, Cornell University (Fall)
  • 2013/14   Sage Fellowship,Cornell University
  • 2013        Summer Foreign Language Instruction Grant, The Graduate School, Cornell University
  • 2011        Michele Sicca Research Grant, Cornell Institute for European Studies/Graduate School Research Grant, The Graduate School, Cornell University
  • 2008/09  Sage Diversity Fellowship/Cornell University