Making sense of Rome in the eighteenth century: walking and the French aesthetic imagination
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Publication InfoCaviglia, Susanna; & Atkinson, Niall (2018). Making sense of Rome in the eighteenth century: walking and the French aesthetic imagination. Word & Image, 34(3). pp. 216-236. 10.1080/02666286.2017.1404892. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/18380.
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Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor
Susanna Caviglia took her degrees at the Sapienza University in Rome and the Pantheon-Sorbonne University in Paris. She teaches courses on Early Modern Art and Visual Culture. Her research interests focus on French and Italian Art in the long Eighteenth century, Early Modern theory and practice of drawing, representations of the body in art, and cross-cultural relationships within the Mediterranean world. She is the author of Charles-Joseph Natoire, 1700-1777 (2012) and