Past Event: Wednesday, Jan.20.2021
Dr. Stephanie Porras presents some strategies about how to incorporate Philippine ivories into your survey classes.
Stephanie Porras, “Locating Hispano-Philippine ivories,” Colonial Latin American Review 29:2 (2020): 256–291.
Stephanie Porras, “Keeping our eyes open: visualizing networks and art history,” Artl@s Bulletin 6.3 (Winter 2017). Article 3
Stephanie Porras, “Going viral? Maerten de Vos’s St Michael the Archangel,” Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek 66 (2016): 54–78.
Stephanie Porras, “St. Michael the Archangel: Spiritual, visual and material translations from Antwerp to Lima,” in E. Wouk and S. Karr-Schmidt, Prints in Translation, 1450–1750: Image, Materiality, Space (Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2016), 183–202.
Dr. Stephanie Porras
Stephanie Porras specializes in the visual and material culture of Northern Europe and the Spanish world, from the fifteenth to the seventeenth centuries. Before coming to Tulane, she previously taught at Columbia University, the Courtauld Institute of Art and University College London. She is Reviews Editor designate of the Art Bulletin and Chair of the Newcomb Art Department.Learn more about Dr. Stephanie Porras