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Representation and meaning of female Fashion between Renaissance and Baroque.

Alessandra Zamperini
Associate 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
Iconography of Fashion Storia dell'arte
History of art and architecture
Iconography of Queenship Storia dell'arte
History of art and architecture
Iconography of Power Storia dell'arte
History of art and architecture
History of Family Storia e Antropologia
Social anthropology, myth, ritual, kinship
History of adoption and fosterage Storia e Antropologia
Social anthropology, myth, ritual, kinship
History of medieval art Storia dell'arte
History of art and architecture
History of Modern art Storia dell'arte
History of art and architecture
History of Venetian art Storia dell'arte
History of art and architecture
History of Charity Storia e Antropologia
Cultural studies, symbolic representation, religious studies
History of women Storia dell'arte
History of art and architecture
Gender History Storia e Antropologia
Cultural studies, symbolic representation, religious studies
Title Managers Sponsors Starting date Duration (months)
La rappresentazione e il significato della moda femminile tra rinascimento e barocco Alessandra Zamperini Jun 20, 2018 24

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