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Sally Cornelison Publishes Two New Essays

Posted on: Sept. 14, 2021

Congratulations to Professor Sally J. Cornelison on two new publications:

Title slide for book showing title “Hybridity in Early Modern Art

“Recycling, Renaissance Style: Hybridity and Giorgio Vasari’s Pieve Altarpieces.” In Hybridity in Late Medieval and Early Modern Art. Edited by Ashley Elston and Madeline Rislow, 137-51. New York and London: Routledge, 2021.

Title slide for book showing title “Renaissance Religions”

“Art & Religion in Late Renaissance Arezzo: Reconsidering Vasari’s Church Renovations.” In Renaissance Religions: Modes and Meanings in History. Edited by Peter Howard, Nicholas Terpstra, and Riccardo Saccenti, 301-23. Turnhout: Brepols, 2021.

Professor Cornelison tells us, “Both are related to my current book project, Vasari at the Pieve: Renovation, Commemoration, & the Sacred Image in Late Renaissance Arezzo. I am working on this book during my research leave in Italy this year, a trip that is supported in part by a Franklin Research Grant from the American Philosophical Society.”