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Carbonara Miriana[contr.]


Curriculum Vitae

Dr Miriana Carbonara earned  her Ph.D in Art History from the University of East Anglia in the UK, under the supervision of Professor Bronwen Wilson (UCLA). She was recently a visiting fellow at CRASSH - Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities - University of Cambridge. She supervised courses  at the Department of History of Art at  Cambridge University and UEA. Her principal research interests include the visual and material culture of early modern Italy, from architecture and painting to cartography and travel narratives with special interests in the circulation of artistic forms and ideas into and out of the Italian context. Her doctoral thesis, "Between cartography and representation: borders and maps of early modern Bologna and Modena," explores notions of borders, fluidity, representation and experience of space in relation to early modern cartography. She received her BA and MA degrees in Art History at the University of Rome 'La Sapienza' with a dissertation on rural architecture and its relation to the Mediterranean world exploring the consequences of contemporary mass tourism in a particular type of rural architecture in Southern Italy.


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