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Evelyn Lincoln

September - December 2004

Evelyn Lincoln is associate professor of the history of art and architecture and Italian studies at Brown University. Author of The Invention of the Italian Renaissance Printmaker (New Haven and London, 2000), her current work concerns the period's intellectual communities and notions of authorship formed in association between readers, authors, publishers, artists, engravers, and printers of type and pictures, as explored by in her more recent articles in a variety of publications including Word & Image and Renaissance Quarterly. At the Clark she will be developing these studies into a book-length project tentatively entitled Pictures and Readers in Sixteenth-Century Rome.

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