Adrian W. B. Randolph
September - December 2004
Adrian W. B. Randolph is associate professor of the history of art at Dartmouth College and specializes in Italian medieval and Renaissance visual culture. He is the author of Engaging Symbols: Gender, Politics, and Public Art in Fifteenth-Century Florence (New Haven and London, 2002). At the Clark he will be working on his current book project, Gendering the Period Eye, which seeks to expand prevailing accounts of the ways in which fifteenth-century Italians interacted with the paintings, sculptures, and spaces around them by more fully accounting for the way in which gender bears upon cultural and visual experience.