Faculty Activities: Karen Barzman at Villa I Tatti

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Professor Karen-edis Barzman sends regards from Florence, Italy where she is spending Fall 2013 as Visiting Professor at Villa I Tatti, Harvard University’s interdisciplinary Center for Italian Renaissance Studies.  While at I Tatti Professor Barzman will be completing two chapters on the representation of borderlands as thresholds of difference, for a book-in-progress on corporate identity in the early modern state (The Limits of Identity:  Venice, Dalmatia, and the Representation of Difference).  She looks forward to returning to full-time teaching in Spring 2014 when, among other things, she will be offering a seminar on borders and frontiers.   In the meantime, she wishes her colleagues and all new and returning students in Art History a productive fall semester.

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