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Representation and meaning of female Fashion between Renaissance and Baroque.

Alessandra Zamperini
Assistant Professor
Marina Garbellotti
Assistant Professor
Lidia Radi
Professor from another university
Sara Scalia
Technical-administrative staff
Tiziana Franco
Full Professor
Maria Salome Adank
Professor from another university
Anthony Russell
Professor from another university
Topic Research area
Gender History Storia e Antropologia
Cultural studies, symbolic representation, religious studies  -  Cultural studies, symbolic representation, religious studies
History of adoption and fosterage Storia e Antropologia
Social anthropology, myth, ritual, kinship  -  Social anthropology, myth, ritual, kinship
History of Charity Storia e Antropologia
Cultural studies, symbolic representation, religious studies  -  Cultural studies, symbolic representation, religious studies
History of Family Storia e Antropologia
Social anthropology, myth, ritual, kinship  -  Social anthropology, myth, ritual, kinship
Iconography of Fashion Storia dell'arte
History of art and architecture  -  History of art and architecture
Iconography of Queenship Storia dell'arte
History of art and architecture  -  History of art and architecture
Iconography of Power Storia dell'arte
History of art and architecture  -  History of art and architecture
History of medieval art Storia dell'arte
History of art and architecture  -  History of art and architecture
History of Modern art Storia dell'arte
History of art and architecture  -  History of art and architecture
History of Venetian art Storia dell'arte
History of art and architecture  -  History of art and architecture
History of women Storia dell'arte
History of art and architecture  -  History of art and architecture
Title Managers Sponsors Starting date Duration (months)
La rappresentazione e il significato della moda femminile tra rinascimento e barocco Alessandra Zamperini Jun 20, 2017 24

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