We engage with the research community and share our work on a wide range of external platforms. Papers, presentations, and other engagements will be listed here. If you would like us to contribute to your event, contact us.
28 September 2018
Michele Robinson (paper): “Popular Print, Near East Fashion, and Artisans’ Wardrobes inLate Sixteenth-Century Italy”. A Taste for the Exotic: Cross-Cultural Influences in Early Modern Dress and Textiles, Riggisberg.
15 June 2018
Paula Hohti (paper): “The art of artisan fashions. Moroni’s Tailor and the changing culture of clothing in sixteenth-century Italy”. The Art of the Poor in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance, London.
Anne-Kristine Sindvald Larsen (paper): “Dressing the poor. Artisans and fashion in sixteenth and seventeenth-century Scandinavia”. The Art of the Poor in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance, London.
17 May 2018
Stefania Montemezzo (paper): “All roads lead to Venice. The role of public navigation in the Renaissance”. Reti marittime come fattori dell’integrazione europea – Maritime Networks as a Factor in European Integration, Prato.
4 May 2018
Paula Hohti (paper): “Dressing the early modern: New approaches in fashion and culture history”. Aalto University Department of Art Research Seminar.
2-3 March 2018
Jane-Malcom Davies (paper): “Knitting virtual tribes together: new chapters in object biographies”. Object Biographies, Helsinki.
Paula Hohti (chair): “Collective and forged biographies”,” Costumes and reconstructions”, and “Textile biographies” sessions. Object Biographies, Helsinki.
2 November 2017
Paula Hohti (paper): “Beyond the palace: How did ordinary men and women live in renaissance Italy?” Public lecture at Villa Lante, Rome.
15 September 2017
Paula Hohti (chair): “Case studies of specific garments” Panel. “All That Glitters…”:Visual Representations of Dress in the Early Modern and the Boundaries of Reliability, Berlin.
Jane-Malcom Davies (paper): “Hidden in plain sight? The invisibility of knitting in the early modern artwork”. “All That Glitters…”:Visual Representations of Dress in the Early Modern and the Boundaries of Reliability, Berlin.