Maria Teresa Chicote Pompanin

PhD Student

Continuing MPhil/PhD Students
maria.chicotepompani@postgrad.sas.ac.uk

Thesis Title
 'Patronage, Fame and Memory in Early Modern Spain. Juan and Diego Pacheco Marquises of Villena (1445-1529)'

Supervisor - Guido Giglioni / Alastair Hamilton

Research interests
 Art History |Medieval Art | Medieval History | Iberian Studies | Cultural History

Profile

Maria Teresa studied her BA in Art History at the Complutense University of Madrid where she specialised in Medieval and Iberian Art. Afterwards, she obtained the MA in Art History, Curatorship and Renaissance Culture offered by the Warburg Institute and the National Gallery. She is now in her second year of the PhD at the Warburg Institute. Her PhD thesis investigates how patronage was used to manipulate historical memory in the early-modern world focusing on the analysis of the Iberian panorama and, especially, on the family of the Marquises of Villena.

Funding

LAHP fully-funded PhD (AHRC)

Teaching

Renaissance Art in London –  UCL (Department of Art History) - 1st semester 2017/2018

Iconology and Art History tutor – The Warburg Institute - 1st semester 2016/2017

Al-Andalus tutor – Complutense University of Madrid - 1st and 2nd semester 2012/2013

Publications

Paper’s given

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin, ‘A Favourite for the Hispanic Kings. Links between Philippe le Beau, Juana the Mad and Diego López Pacheco (1502-1506)’, in: Kings and Queens 6th Conference: At the Shadow of the Throne, UNED of Madrid, 12-15 September 2017

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin and H. Gentili, ‘Promoting and Preserving the Humanities during WWII. The Impact of the Warburg Institute Cultural Programme in Britain’, in: A Vision for Europe. British Art and the Mediterranean, The Warburg Institute, 20 March 2017

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin and H. Gentili, ‘Crisis, Rescue and Renewal. The Warburg Institute and the Role of Academic Refugees during the Second World War’, in: PhD and a Cup of Tea, The Wiener Library, 14 February 2017

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin, ‘Politics, Patronage and Manipulation of Historical Memory. The Case of the Marquises of Villena (c. 1445-1529), in: Director’s Work in Progress Seminars, The Warburg Institute, 1 February 2017

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin, ‘Los jeroglíficos de la Hypnerotomachia Poliphili. Ladrillos de conocimientos en el palacio del saber’, in: En busca del saber. Espacios y redes del conocimiento en el Mediterráneo, 3 November 2016

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin, ‘Identity and Chronicles: Appropiation of Recent History in Early Modern Spain (1474-1556)’, in: Sixteenth Century Society Conference, Bruges, 18 August 2016

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin, ‘Royal Entries in Late-Medieval Castile: From Aristocratic Statements to Royal Manifestations of Power’, in: Medieval Conference, University of Leeds, 6 July 2016

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin and Á. Fuentes Ortiz, ‘El Rey confirma: el valor de la imagen en el privilegio medieval castellano’, in XXV Colloquium of the Medieval Hispanic Research Seminar, Queen Mary University, 24-25 June 2016

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin and Á. Fuentes Ortiz, ‘La herencia de la iluminación medieval en las fundaciones de mayorazgo castellanas’, in: Medieval Europe in Motion 3: Circulations juridiques et pratiques artistiques, intellectuelles et culturelles en Europe au Moyen Âge (XIIIe – XVe siècle), Nova University of Portugal and National Library of Portugal, 25-27 February 2016

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin and Á. Fuentes Ortiz, ‘Muera la vida y que la fama siempre viva. Los manuscritos del mayorazgo de Diego López Pacheco, segundo Marqués de Villena’, in: Ver y crear. Obradores y mercados pictóricos en la España gótica (1350-1500), Complutense University of Madrid, 11-13 November 2015

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin and Á. Fuentes Ortiz, ‘El auctor de esta obra es el condestable Don Álvaro de Luna. Génesis, iluminación y suntuosidad en las Virtuosas e claras mugeres’, in: II Jornadas de Historia y Documentación: Don Álvaro de Luna, Diputación de Toledo, 10-11 March 2013

Articles Published

-M.T Chicote Pompanin, ‘Gregorio Bigarny Pardo y las esculturas funerarias de San Bartolomé de Belmonte (Cuenca)’, Goya: Revista de Arte (in press, expected 2018)

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin and Á. Fuentes Ortiz, ‘Illuminating Aristocracy. Decorated documents of mayorazgo in Medieval Castile’, in: Officina di Studi Medievali (in press, expected 2018)

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin, ‘La inventio de Enrique IV, rey de Castilla y León, en Santa María de Guadalupe (1617)’, Guadalupe: Revista del Real Monasterio de Santa María de Guadalupe 854 (2017), pp. 10-16

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin and Á. Fuentes Ortiz, ‘Muera la vida y que la fama siempre viva. Los manuscritos iluminados de la fundación de mayorazgo de la Casa Pacheco (c. 1515)’ in: O. Pérez Monzón, M. Miquel Juan and P. Martínez Taboada (eds.), Afilando el pincel, dibujando la voz. Prácticas pictóricas góticas (Madrid: Ediciones Complutense, 2017), pp. 179-202

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin, ‘L’Alcorano di Andrea Arrivabene: An Iconographical Framework’, Church History and Religious Culture 96-II (2016), pp. 130-154

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin, ‘Mantua en el Quattrocento: Reformas urbanas, materialización del poder y los Gonzaga’, Revista Escuela de Historia 12-I (2013), pp. 1-23

-M.T. Chicote Pompanin and Á. Fuentes Ortiz, ‘El auctor de esta obra es el condestable Don Álvaro de Luna. Génesis, iluminación y suntuosidad en las Virtuosas e claras mugeres’, in: O. López (ed.), Don Álvaro de Luna. poder, propaganda y memoria histórica en el otoño de la Edad Media (Toledo: Diputación de Toledo, 2013), pp. 171-212

Conferences organised

-(Im)mobilities. Dialectic of Movement, Power and Resistance, LAHP, 28 November 2017.

-Cultural Encounters. Tensions and Polarities of Transmission from the Late Middle Ages to the Enlightenment, The Warburg Institute, 17 November 2016

Other

- Co-organiser of: The Maius Workshop. Young Scholars of Medieval and Early Modern Hispanic Art and History, founded by ARTES, academic year 2017-2018

- Collaborator in the project: A Vision for Europe. British Art and the Mediterranean, The Warburg Institute, the Bilderfahrzeuge Project and Central St Martin, January-March 2017

- Curator with H. Gentili of the exhibition: Crisis, Rescue and Renewal. The Warburg Institute during WII, The Warburg Institute, 17-25 November 2016

- Co-organiser of the events for the Being Human Festival at The Warburg Institute, 17-25 November 2016

- Archaeology: Madinat al-Zahara (Córdoba, Spain), August 2012; Baños de la Reina (Calpe, Spain), August 2011; Cerro de las Paleras (Alhama de Murcia, Spain), 2010.

Academia.edu site:

https://sas.academia.edu/MariaTeresaChicote