Visiting Speaker, Dr Cordelia Warr: ‘Noses and Skin Flaps: Gaspare Tagliacozzo’s De Curtorum Chirurgia per insitionem (1597)’, Glasgow

All are welcome to attend the next Renaissance Art History seminar with Dr Cordelia Warr on Wednesday, 24th February, on ‘Noses and Skin Flaps: Gaspare Tagliacozzo’s De Curtorum Chirurgia per insitionem (1597)’ to take place at 17:15 in 7 University Gardens, University of Glasgow, Hepburn Room (first floor).

Dr Cordelia Warr (History of Art, University of Manchester) is an expert on Italian art of the fourteenth and fifteenth century, with special research interests in clothing, its representation, and its problematic relationship with the spiritual realm; female patronage; and explorations of relationships between the body and religious devotion. She is author ofDressing for Heaven: Religious Clothing in Italy, 1215-1545 (2010), and co-editor of Wounds in the Middle Ages (2014). Her latest project is on Representing and Performing Stigmata in Late Medieval and Renaissance Italy.

 

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