Minimum 2:1 (or equivalent).
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Cross-Cultural and Artistic Networks is a research group interested in issues of artistic encounter and exchange. It has the following two-part focus:
- Art produced from the 13th through to the 16th centuries in a diverse group of territories, including Italy, the Low Countries, Spain and Byzantium.
- Art’s connections to world economies and cross-cultural movement, during subsequent centuries (1550 and after).
The Cross-Cultural and Artistic Networks group aims to re-evaluate art history’s established methods and approaches in the light of emerging concerns across the wider humanities with processes of cultural encounter, movement and conflict. The geographical study of art has been championed recently as a foremost interest of art history as it undergoes its current ‘global turn’. We build on this awareness by interrogating how histories of art, place and location may be compared across diverse spaces and periods. Our research identifies both strategic practices of art scholarship and significant patterns in historical evidence in order to read ‘back and forth’ between diverse temporal contexts and regional locations.