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Department of Art, Music and Theatre Sciences
GEMS - Group for Early Modern Studies
Revers - Belgian Fashion Research Network
Projects as postdoc
Hive Mind. Networks, collectivity, and mentorship amongst women artists and patrons of the Low Countries in early modernity
Most recent publications
Cross-Pollination : Agnes Block (1629-1704) and Her Network of Artists and Botanical Experts : Self-Fashioning at the Intersection of Art and Science
. University of Texas, 2021.
Kemp, Theresa, et al. “Accounting for Early Modern Women in the Arts : Reconsidering Women’s Agency, Networks, and Relationships.”
Challenging Women’s Agency and Activism in Early Modernity
, edited by Merry Wiesner-Hanks, vol. 13, Amsterdam University Press, 2021, pp. 283–308, doi:10.1515/9789048550937-015.
Powell-Warren, Catherine. “Martha Moffitt Peacock, Heroines, Harpies, and Housewives : Imaging Women of Consequence in the Dutch Golden Age.”
Oud Holland Reviews
, no. 18/03/2021, 2021.
Powell-Warren, Catherine. “Titian’s Icons for a Modern World.”
Genealogies of Modernity
, no. 22/11/2021, genealogiesofmodernity.org, 2021.
Powell-Warren, Catherine. “Locating Early Modern Women’s Participation in the Public Sphere of Botany : Agnes Block (1629-1704) and Networks in Print.”
EARLY MODERN LOW COUNTRIES
, vol. 4, no. 2, 2020, pp. 234–58, doi:10.18352/emlc.147.