Elizabeth Consavari, Ph.D.Art Instructor Fine Arts and Communication Division
(650) 949-7555 firstname.lastname@example.orgFoothill campusOffice:
1706 Office Hours:
Tuesdays 1:55-2:55PM in office 1706 Course information:
Teaches Art 1 online and face to face Biography:
Elizabeth Carroll Consavari received her PhD in Italian Renaissance Art History at Indiana University, Bloomington in 2006 and has worked in Italy and the United States. Dr. Consavari has taught for the Colgate University Venice Study Group, the Venice International University in Italy, and at Stanford University and San José State University. Her articles have appeared in the Burlington Magazine and Arte Documento and her essay, “Tintoretto’s Holy Hermits at the Scuola Grande di San Rocco,” was included in the anthology Mary Magdalene: Studies from the Middle Ages to the Baroque (Brill: 2012). Most recently Dr. Consavari co-edited a new volume entitled, The Early Modern Italian Domestic Interior, 1400-1700: Objects, Spaces, Domesticities with Erin Campbell and Stephanie Miller for Ashgate Publishing, November 2013. She is currently working on a book manuscript, Rivalling Bellini: Negotiating Artistic Exchange between Early Modern Venice and Vicenza, and co-editing a six-volume series entitled, A Cultural History of Furniture, The Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: The Age of Exploration with Christina M. Anderson (University of Oxford) for Bloomsbury Publishers. Personal Quote:
"All art has been contemporary." Maurizio Nannucci Last update:
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