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Alice Jarrard

February - June 2006

Alice Jarrard is an independent scholar whose work explores the architecture of early Modern Europe, particularly in relation to concepts of theater and theatricality.  She is the author of Architecture as Performance in Seventeenth-Century Europe (Cambridge, 2003), and of numerous articles and chapters focusing on court theater, ritual, and spectacle in France and Italy in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.  At the Clark, she will be completing her book manuscript, Baroque Theater: Architecture and the Technology of Marvel.

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