February - June 2014
Mark Salber Phillips is the author of a number of studies on historical representation, including On Historical Distance (2013) and Society and Sentiment: Genres of Historical Writing in Britain, 1740 - 1820 (2000). Other publications include Questions of Tradition (2004) [with Gordon Schochet], The Memoir of Marco Parenti: a Life in Renaissance Florence (1987), and Francesco Guicciardini: the Historian’s Craft (1974). His fellowships include awards from the Guggenheim, CASVA, Yale Center for British Art, King’s College, Cambridge, Folger Shakespeare Library, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, and the Villa I Tatti. His Clark project is a study of history painting in Britain, 1740 to 1870. He teaches History at Carleton University.