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Diana Gisolfi



Served as Chair of Art History until 1999. Developed and directs the Pratt in Venice program; lectures and chairs sessions regularly at CAA and RSA and at international conferences; contributed essays to three international exhibitions on Paolo Veronese: Venice (2011), Sarasota, Florida (2012-13), and Verona (2014); Lecture on Tintoretto Giornate di Studio, Venice 2018, to be published 2021. Publications include: Paolo Veronese and the Practice of Painting in Late Renaissance Venice (Yale, 2017), The Rule, the Bible, and the Council: The Library of the Benedictine Abbey at Praglia (CAA Monograph Series, 1998; On Classic Ground, Caudine Country (Illustrations), and articles in: Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin, Artibus et Historiae, Arte Veneta, The Art Bulletin, The Dictionary of Art (Oxford Art Online), Ateneo Veneto,
Renaissance Quarterly, Burlington Magazine, and

former Porter prize committee chair, program committee Italian Art Society, Annual Conference Committee of CAA, EU Commission advisor

Undergraduate study Manhattanville, B.A., Radcliffe/Harvard; Yale graduate work, M.A.,Ph.D., University of Chicago