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Adrian Randolph

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Leon E. Williams Professor of Art History; Associate Dean of the Faculty for the Arts & Humanities
Italian Medieval & Renaissance
Ph.D. Harvard University, 1995
M.A. Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, 1989
A.B. Princeton University, 1987

Courses Taught at Dartmouth

  • Art History 2, Introduction to Art History II
  • Art History 36, Italian Medieval Art and Architecture, 1200-140
  • Art History 40, Florence 1400-1450: Culture, Politics, Society
  • Art History 41, Italian Visual Culture, 1450-1500
  • Seminars on Art & Gender, Renaissance Portraiture, Mythology, Media and Meaning, Theory & Method in Art History
  • Foreign Study Program in Rome

Special Interests

My research focuses on gender, space, sense, and emotion in relation to fifteenth-century Italian, and especially Florentine painting, sculpture, and architecture. I am currently researching a new project on cultural, material, and biological hybridity in the Renaissance. I also co-edit, with Mark J. Williams, a book series: Interfaces: Studies in Visual Culture (Dartmouth College Press/UPNE).

Selected Publications



Last Updated: 2/17/14