Patricia Zalamea

Member of the steering committee

Patricia Zalamea received her PhD in Art History from Rutgers University and is Associate Professor of the Department of Art History at the Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, where she is also currently Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities. Her research interests include the Global Renaissance, History of Print, and the reception of classics in colonial art. Recent publications include the edited book “Cultural Heritage in Cundinamarca: Cases and Reflections” (Universidad de los Andes, 2014), the article “Inscribing the Paragone in French Renaissance Art: René Boyvin and Pierre Milan’s Nymph of Fontainebleau” in Word & Image (2016), a chapter on “Charles IX and the Art of Hunting” in Miroirs de Charles IX: images, imaginaires, symboliques (Droz, 2018), and an article on Humanist circles in Tunja in History y Sociedad (2019).


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