Dr Donato Verardi (7 October 2020 - 30 September 2022) - Magic and representation of the passions of demons in England between the 18th and 19th centuries: The Magus by Francis Barrett
Dr Luisa Capodieci (30 June 2021 - 31 December 2021) - The Afterlife of Egypt in French Renaissance Art
Dr Trude Dijkstra (1 June 2021 - 31 March 2022) - Between Merchants and Materia Medica. Printing and Publishing Chinese Medicine in the Early Modern Dutch Republic, 1595-1721.
Dr Federico Ugolini (November 2021 - 30 September 2022) - Maritime antiquities and antiquaries in Modern Adriatic Italy (1500-1800)
Dr Berta Cano-Echevarría (18 October 2021 - 19 November 2022) - A Theatre of Diplomacy: The Anglo-Spanish Peace of 1604-5
Dr Martina Mazzotta (16 September 2019 - 25 September 2022) - European Wunderkammern and encyclopaedic collections.
Prof Juliet Simpson (30 September 2019 - 30 June 2022) - Primitives, Portents and Princes — Aby Warburg and the Nachleben of the Northern Renaissance
Dr Magdalena Skoblar (01 June 2021-31 May 2022) - Triumph over Trauma: Experiencing Plague Imagery in Late Medieval and Renaissance Venice (c.1348-c.1600).
Dr Eva Mol (6 September 2021 - 5 March 2022) - Imagining Egypt in Rome: Visual reconstructions of the Isis temple on the Campus Martius in Antiquity, the Baroque period, and Early Modern Europe
Prof Petra Lange-Berndt (February 2022 - July 2022) - Warburg Contemporary: Inversionen #1-3, Lucy Raven, Georges Adéagbo, Suzanne Treister
Dr Céline Bohnert (02 January 2020 – 01 January 2022)
The Making of Antiquity During the Early Modern Age: A Case Study, Natale Conti's Mythologiae Libri Decem (1567-1627)
Prof Laurie Shannon (Mid march 2020 onwards) - Hamlet’s Kin: A Natural History of Human Being, circa 1600
Dr Juliette Milbach (October 2020 - October 2022) - Art Discourse in the Soviet Union: An Inquiry into the Viewers’ Imagination
Prof Elmar Csaplovics (October 2023 - August 2025) - Topographies of Regional Maps of Central Europe in the 15th Century: the Cusanus - Bessarion - Corvinus - Rosselli Link
Dr Michael Jaworzyn (1 April 2022 - 30 June 2022) - Beyond the Visible World: Heterodox Cartesianism and the Theory and Practice of Painting in the Dutch Republic (1665-1715)