Publications by Warburg Institute scholars

          
           
            
This image gallery is limited to scholars whose portraits are available to us and does not represent current scholars with close ties to the Institute. The list of Warburg scholars provided below includes current staff and students (who are also featured individually in the Warburg People section of this website), along with past and present fellows such as, for example, Michael Kauffmann, Jennifer Montagu, David S. Chambers, Alastair Hamilton, Nicholas Mann, Elizabeth McGrath, Charles Hope, Jill Kraye, David Freedberg, Anthony Grafton and Peter Mack.
 


List of Warburg-affiliated scholars, with links to their publications listed in Warburg Institute resources

HE A–Z listing below provides links to publications by past and present Warburg-affiliated scholars which can be consulted through the Warburg Institute Library or a Warburg Institute Research Project, along with supplementary information where available. Many of these works resulted at least in part from interaction with the Institute and its scholarly networks, many were donated to the Library by their authors, and several hundred were published by or in direct collaboration with the Institute; therefore, the listing testifies to the scholarly interchange and generosity for which the Warburg has become so well known. Inevitably the names include those of famous scholars, ranging across all the diverse areas of research on which the Institute has built its reputation over nearly a century. As yet, however, our list of Warburg scholars remains incomplete, due to a lack of easily accessible digitised records. We are working to fill the gaps but progress may be slow; in the meantime, if a name is missing please write and let us know. 

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Abbamonte, Giancarlo

Abeele, Baudouin van den

Ackermann, Silke

Adeli, Roya

Alföldi Rosenbaum, Elisabeth

Ahmad, Shakeel

Ajmar, Marta

Akasoy, Anna
• See also: Research project publications: Islam and Tibet

Al Kalak, Matteo

Alexander, John

Alexandrescu, Vlad

Allen, Grace

Alpers, Svetlana

Anderson, Joanne
• See also, for supplementary publications listing: Warburg Institute profile page

Anderson, Patrick

Andersson, Daniel

Andrés Sanz, María Adelaida

Andrew, Mark

Anglo, Sydney

Angusheva-Tikhanova, Adelina

Aquilecchia, Giovanni

Aranha, Paolo

Arcangeli, Alessandro

Arfé, Pasquale

Arikha, Noga

Arnould, Alain

Ash, Eric

Avramov, Iordan

Aymonino, Adriano

Azevedo, Ruben (BIAS Project publications listing)
• See also, for supplementary publications listing: Warburg Institute profile page 

Azzolini, Monica 

 


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Bacchi, Eleonora

Badia, Lola

Báez Rubí, Linda
• See also: Research Project publications: Bilderfahrzeuge Research Group

Baggio Corradi, Allegra
See: Warburg Institute profile page, with publications listing

Baja Guarienti, Carlo

Ball, James

Barb, Alfons A. (1901–1979)
Alfons Augustinus Barb supported himself by working as a goldsmith whilst studying at the University of Vienna, where he received his doctorate in 1926. He then worked as a museum director until the Anschluss. He fled to England with his young family in 1939 where, after time spent interned as an enemy alien and eight years working as a factory tool fitter, he joined the Warburg Institute in 1949 as Assistant Librarian, subsequently serving as Librarian (1965–66). His publications range over a very personal territory encompassing archaeology, iconology, folk lore and anthropology. Famous articles include Diva matrix: A Faked Gnostic Intaglio in the Possession of P. P. Rubens and the Iconology of a Symbol’ (JWCI, vol. 16, no. 3/4 1953), ‘Abraxas-Studien’ (in Hommages à Walter Deonna, 1957) and ‘Antaura: The Mermaid and the Devil’s Grandmother’ (JWCI, vol. 29, 1966). He received the Austrian Ehrenkreuz für Wissenschaft und Kunst in 1968.

Barbavara di Gravellona, Tiziana

Barber, Charles

Barker, Nicolas John

Bass, Marisa

Baswell, Christopher

Bauer, Stefan 

Baumstark, Reinhold 

Baxandall (née Simon), Katharina

Baxandall, Michael (1933-2006)

Michael Baxandall studied English at Cambridge, before moving to the Warburg in 1957 as an assistant in the Photographic Collection. He then studied for a doctorate with E. H. Gombrich. Although he did not complete his PhD, his research led to the acclaimed Giotto and the Orators (1971). After four years in the sculpture department at the Victoria and Albert Museum, he lectured at the Warburg from 1965 to 1988, being Professor from 1981. In 1988 he resigned his chair and moved to the University of California at Berkeley. Baxandall published numerous ground-breaking works, including Painting and Experience in Fifteenth-Century Italy (1972), The Limewood Sculptors of Renaissance Germany (1980), Patterns of Intention (1985), Tiepolo and the Pictorial Intelligence (with Svetlana Alpers, 1994), and Shadows and Enlightenment (1995). In 2010 there appeared an autobiography, Episodes: A Memory Book, and a previously unpublished novel, A Grasp of Kaspar.
• Further references to Michael Baxandall on this website

Baxter, Christopher

Bažant, Jan

Beecher, Susan

Behm, Vicki

Belkin, Kristin Lohse

Bellettini, Anna

Ben-Tov, Asaph

Berger, Susanna

Bernardini, Paolo

Berry, Philippa

Bert, Mathilde

Bethencourt, Francisco

Bettagno, Alessandro

Bevilacqua, Alexander

Bevilacqua, Livia

Bewer, Francesca

Biasiori, Lucio

Bietenholz, Peter

Biffis, Mattia

Billanovich, Giuseppe

Bing, Gertrud (1892–1964)
•​ Further references to Gertrud Bing on this website

Bizzocchi, Roberto

Black, Crofton

Black, Jane

Black, Robert

Blanke, Horst

Blažek, Pavel

Bleichmar, Daniela

Blocker, Déborah

Bloom, Harold

Blum, Paul Richard

Blumenröder, Sabine

Blunt, Anthony

Blythe Gerson, Martha

Bober, Harry

Boch, Julie

Boch, Stella von

Bolton, Stephen

Böninger, Lorenz

Bonn, Mary

Borghesi, Francesco

Bos, Jacques

Botley, Paul
• See also: Research Project publications: Correspondence of Joseph Justus Scaliger

Bower, Michael

Boxel, Piet van

Boyarsky, Victoria

Bracke, Wouter

Brancaleone, David

Braun, Christopher

Breight, Curtis

Brenner, Elma

Brett, Yvonne

Brézé, Nathalie de Jalladeau

Broecke, Steven vanden

Brotherton-Ratcliffe, Chantal

Brown, Alison 

Brown, Jeremy 

Browne, Alice Lavinia

Buchthal, Hugo (1909–1996)

• Further references to Hugo Buchthal on this website 

 

 

 

Burke, Peter

Burnett, Charles
• See also: Research project publications: CHASE/EOS
• See also: Research project publications: Islam and Tibet
• See also, for supplementary publications listing: Warburg Institute profile page 

Burroughs, Charles

 


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Cacho Casal, Marta

Cafà, Valeria

Cahn, Walter

Caiazzo, Irene

Calder, Ian

Caldwell, Dorigen

Caldwell, Marilyn Perry

Callataÿ, Godefroid de

Calma, Dragos

Calvelli, Lorenzo

Camilli, Giuliana

Campbell, Colin Graham

Campopiano, Michele

Caneparo, Federica

Canning, Joseph P.

Canova, Andrea

Cantone, Cleo

Cao, Gian Mario

Cappelletti, Francesca

Carman, Barbara

Caroti, Stefano

Carrara, Eliana

Carrillo Castillo, Jesús

Caruso, Carlo

Casati, Roberto

Casazza, Roberto

Casini, Lorenzo

Casini, Matteo

Cassirer, Ernst

Castro Corona, Sarai

Catana, Leo 

Catanorchi, Olivia 

Cestelli Guidi, Benedetta

Chambers, David S.
• Further references to David S. Chambers on this website

Champion, Matthew

Chaney, Edward

Chatzidakis, Michail

Cherchi, Gavina

Chicote Pompanin, Maria Teresa
See: Warburg Institute profile page, with publications listing

Christensen, Julia (BIAS Project publications listing)

Christian, Kathleen Wren

Christie, James
See: Warburg Institute profile page, with publications information

Christin, Olivier

Cieślak, Katarzyna

Ciociola, Claudio

Claas, Victor (Project publications listing: Bilderfahrzeuge Research Group)

Clarke, Angus

Clausberg, Karl

Cleempoel, Koenraad van

Clericuzio, Antonio

Cole, Alison

Coles, Kimberly

Coley, W. B.

Collet, Dominik

Collins, Patricia

Colomer, José Luis

Comanducci, Rita Maria

Compagni, Vittoria Perrone

Connell Wallington, Susan

Contarini, Silvia

Cook, Elizabeth Jane

Cooper, Roslyn

Cormack, Robin

Corneanu, Sorana
• See also: Research project publications: Francis Bacon and the Medicine of the Mind

Cornetti, Gemma
See: Warburg Institute profile page, with publications listing

Coroleu, Alejandro

Corrias, Anna

Costa, Maria Teresa (Project publications listing: Bilderfahrzeuge Research Group)

Cottier, Jean-François

Coudert, Allison P.

Cousins, Mark

Cox, Merlin
See: Warburg Institute profile page, with publications listing

Craske, Matthew

Crisciani, Chiara

Croce, Francesca
See: Warburg Institute profile page, with publications listing

Crone, Patricia

Crook, Joseph Mordaunt

Cropper, Elizabeth

Crousaz, Karine

Csepregi, Ildikó

Cupperi, Walter

Curry (née Roullet), Antoine 

Czerniawska, Fiona

 


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Dahlbäck, Bengt

Damiani, Sara

Daniotti, Claudia

Davies, Surekha

De Beukelaer, Sophie (BIAS Project publications listing)

de Breucker, Geert

De Clippel, Karolien

de Divitiis, Bianca

D’Elia, Anthony

de la Mare, Albinia

De Laude, Silvia

De Mowbray, Malcolm

De Renzi, Silvia

Deer, Linda

Deitz, Luc

Dekoninck, Ralph

Delcorno, Carlo

Denley, Peter

Depuydt, Joost

Désautels, Almuth Seebohm

Dietrich Fernández, Henry

Dionisotti, Anna Carlotta

Ditchfield, Simon

Doñas Beleña, Antonio

Donato, Maria Monica

Donnellan, Margaret

D’Ovidio, Stefano

Doyen-Higuet, Anne-Marie

Draelants, Isabelle

Dreyer, Peter

Drobna, Zoroslava

Droz, Eugénie

Duarte Rodrigues, Ana

Duits, Rembrandt
• See also: Research project publications: Warburg Institute Iconographic Database
• See also, for supplementary publications listing: Warburg Institute profile page 

Dynes, Wayne

 


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Edelheit, Amos

Edwards, Elizabeth

Eichberger, Dagmar

Eisler, Robert

Ekardt, Philipp

Elam, Caroline 

Engel, William 

Erismann, Christophe

Ettlinger, Leopold D. (1915–1989)

Leopold Ettlinger was the son of the university librarian in Königsberg. He studied at the universities of Marburg and Halle, earning his doctorate on Gottfried Semper and the ancient world from Halle in 1937. He was forced to emigrate from Germany in 1938, and lived for a time in the house of Fritz Saxl in London. After the war he began to work in the Photographic Collection at the Warburg, becoming a lecturer in 1956. In 1959 he was made Durning Lawrence Professor of History of Art at the Slade School, University College London. In 1963 he moved to the United States, holding professorships at Yale and Berkeley. After a lifetime working on Christian art, he converted to Catholicism shortly before his death. His principal works were The Sistine Chapel before Michelangelo (1965) and Antonio and Piero Pollaiuolo (1978).

Evangelisti, Claudia

Evans, Jean 

Evans, Michael Wingfield

 


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Fabris, Dinko

Falaschi, Enid T.

Fane-Saunders, Peter

Fantini, Maria Pia

Fazzo, Silvia

Federici-Vescovini, Graziella

Fend, Michael

Fenelli, Laura

Feodorov, Ioana

Fera, Vincenzo

Fermor, Sharon Elizabeth

Ferrer, Montserrat

Fiaschi, Silvia

Fintoni, Monica

Flemming, Rebecca

Floridi, Luciano

Foister, Susan

Force, James

Formisano, Marco

Forner, Fabio

Forster, Kurt

Foscati, Alessandra

Franceschini, Chiara

Francisco, Adam 

Frangenberg, Thomas 

Frank, Christoph

Frankfort (née Harris), Enriqueta (1910–2006) 

Enriqueta Harris was raised in an Anglo-Spanish Jewish family in London. Her father, Lionel, and her brother, Tomás, were both successful dealers in Spanish art, and she devoted her academic career to research on Spanish painting. She studied for her BA and PhD at University College London, and then worked part-time as a lecturer at the Courtauld Institute. In 1947, after War Service on the Spanish desk in the Ministry of Information, she took up a post in the Photographic Collection at the Warburg, becoming Curator in 1949. In 1952 she married the then Director, Henri Frankfort, being widowed two years later. In 1969 she published a book on Goya, and in 1982 appeared her much-admired monograph on Velázquez. In 2002, in recognition of her services to Spanish culture, she was awarded the Grand Cross of the Order of Isabella the Catholic.

Frankfort, Henri (1897–1954)

• Further references to Henri Frankfort on this website

 

 

 

Franklin, John

Fransen, Sietske 

Fraser, Valerie 

Fratucello, Cinzia

Freedberg, David
• Further references to David Freedberg on this website

Freeman, Thomas

Freitas, Antonio de

Frojmovič, Eva 

Furlotti, Barbara

 


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Gabbarelli, Jamie

Gallori, Corinna

Gannage, Emma

García-Monge, Isabel

Gartner, Richard

Gaskell, Ivan

Gaskin, Richard

Gasparotto, Davide

Gaston, Robert William

Gatti, Andrea

Gaukroger, Stephen

Gauna, Maxwell

Gay, Lorenza
See: Warburg Institute profile page, with publications listing

Gebhardt, Volker

Gerson, Martha Blythe

Geissmar Brandi, Christoph

Gent, Lucy

Gentilcore, David

Gerard, Robert A.

Gialdini, Anna

Gibba Marsoni, Alessandra

Gibson Wood, Carol

Giglioni, Guido
• See also: Research project publications: Francis Bacon and the Medicine of the Mind

Giletti, Ann

Ginzburg, Carlo

Giovannozzi, Delfina

Giovino, Mariana

Giunta, Claudio

Glovin, Debbie L.

Gnoli, Tommaso

Godbarge, Clément 

Goldstein, Carl 

Goldstein, Claudia

Gombrich, Ernst Hans (1909–2001)

Ernst Hans Josef Gombrich studied at the University of Vienna, where he wrote his doctoral thesis on Giulio Romano’s Palazzo del Tè with Julius von Schlosser. In 1936 he moved to London, where he was employed to publish the notes of Aby Warburg: this work led to his book Aby Warburg: An Intellectual Biography (1970). After the second world war he published and lectured widely on iconology and the relationship of art and psychology. He was Director of the Institute from 1959 to 1976. Of his many publications the best known is The Story of Art (1950), while his academic reputation rests in particular on his two major studies of the psychology of art, Art and Illusion (1960) and The Sense of Order (1979). Amongst his numerous honours were a knighthood (1972) and membership of the Order of Merit (1988).
• Photograph: E. H. Gombrich with hat in the foyer of the Warburg Institute, ©​ Pino Guidolotti, reproduced here with kind permission.
• Further references to Ernst Gombrich on this website

González Castrejón, Sara

González García, Juan Luis

González Germain, Gerard

Gordian, Michael

Gorman, Michael John

Gosselink, Martine

Gouk, Penelope 

Goulding, Robert 

Gozza, Paolo

Grafton, Anthony
• See also: Research Project publications: Correspondence of Joseph Justus Scaliger
• Further references to Anthony Grafton on this website

Graham, Tim

Gramaccini, Norberto

Greenbaum, Dorian

Greer, Elena

Gribomont, Aurélie

Grinstead, Jill

Grotowski, Piotr

Grupe, Dirk

Guazzelli, Giuseppe

Gudelj, Jasenka

Guest, Clare

Guichard, Luis

Guidi, Benedetta Cestelli

Gutiérrez Baños, Fernando

Gutiérrez Sumillera, Rocio

Guzmán Almagro, Alejandra 

Gwynne, Paul

 


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Haddock, Sheila

Haines, Lois

Haj Darwich, Nedal
See: Warburg Institute profile page, with publications listing

Håkansson, Håkan

Haley, Amy

Halkias, Georgios
• See also: Research project publications: Islam and Tibet

Hall, Robert E. 

Hall, Stephen 

Hallum, Benjamin (Bink)

Hamilton, Alastair
• See also: Research project publications: CHASE/EOS

Hanania, Anthony

Hankey, Teresa

Hanss, Stefan

Hardie, Philip

Harley McGowan, Felicity

Harris, Enriqueta

Harris, Katerina
See: Warburg Institute profile page, with publications listing

Harrison, Anne

Hartau, Johannes

Harvey, Ruth

Hasse, Dag

Hattendorff, Claudia

Haug, Steffen
See: Warburg Institute profile page, with publications listing

Haugen, Kristine 

Hayaert, Valérie 

Hayton, Darin

Heimann, Adelheid (1904-1993)

• Further references to Adelheid (Heidi) Heimann on this website

 

 

 

 

Heitzmann, Christian

Hemsoll, David

Herrin, Judith

Hillgarth, Jocelyn

Hillier, Lisa

Hodson, Niall

Hoffmann, Konrad

Hofmann, Mara
• See also: Research Project publications: PRoMS

Holberton, Paul

Holcroft, Alison 

Holmberg, Eva

Hönes, Hans Christian
• See also: Research Project publications: Bilderfahrzeuge Research Group
• See also, for supplementary publications listing: Warburg Institute profile page 

Hope, Charles
• Further references to Charles Hope on this website

Horváth, László

Houghton, Luke

Huber, Gerlinde

Hubka, Karel

Hughes, Ralph

Huisstede, Pieter van

Hunt, Hilary Ann

Hunt, Susan G. 

Hutton, Sarah

 

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Jackson, Deirdre Elizabeth

Jackson, Philippa

Jacob, Marie

Jaffe, David

Jakens, Claire

Jakubec, Ondřej

Jalobeanu, Dana
See also: Research project publications: Francis Bacon and the Medicine of the Mind

Jamison, Evelyn Mary

Jardine, Lisa

Javitch, Daniel

Jaźwierski, Jacek

Jeaunneau, Édouard

Jeffreys, Elizabeth M.

Jenkins, Anthony David Fraser

Jensen, Kristian

John, Richard Thomas

Johnson, Carina

Johnson, Christopher D.​
• See also: Research Project publications: Bilderfahrzeuge Research Group 
• See also, for supplementary publications listing: Warburg Institute profile page

Jones, Ian Bavington

Jones, Robert (orientalist)

Jones, Susan Frances
• Also listed as: Jones, Sue

Jónsdóttir, Selma

José Vega, María 

Juste, David

 


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Kaartinen, Marjo

Kany, Roland 

Karfíková, Lenka

Karlson, Nikolaus

Kauffmann, Michael
• Further references to Michael Kauffmann on this website; and references as C. M. Kauffmann

Kawakami, Akitaki

Kekewich, Margaret

Keller, Vera

Kenny, Neil

Kent, Dale

Kern, Ulrike

Keyser, Jeroen de

King, Catherine

Kingsley, Peter

Kipfer, Sara

Kitzinger, Ernst

Kitzler, Petr

Klibansky, Raymond

Klinger, Linda Susan

Klingner, Annett

Knabenshue, Paul

Knight, Sarah

Knorr, Christina

Knox, Dilwyn

Kociszewska, Ewa

Komorowska, Joanna

Konečný, Lubomír

Koortbojian, Michael 

Kornell, Monique 

Krämer, Fabian

Kraye, Jill
• See also: Research Project publications: Correspondence of Joseph Justus Scaliger
• See also: Research Project publications: Vernacular Aristotelianism
• See also, for supplementary publications listing: Warburg Institute profile page

Kreft, Walburga 

Krēsliņš, Jānis

Kress, Berthold
• See also, for supplementary publications listing: Warburg Institute profile page

Kristeller, Paul Oskar (1905-1999)
• Further references to Paul Oskar Kristeller on this website; and references as P. O. Kristeller ​

Kriza, Ágnes

Krois, Jean Michael

Kroupa, Jiří

Kühne, Andreas

Kunitz Dick, Alisa

Kurth, Betty 

Kurylewicz, Gabriela 

Kurz, Hilde 

Kurz, Otto (1908–1975)

Otto Kurz studied at the University of Vienna, where he wrote his doctoral dissertation on the early work of Guido Reni with Julius von Schlosser. In 1934 he moved to London, supporting himself with occasional academic work, and being funded for a time by Denis Mahon, a fellow enthusiast for Baroque painting. In 1944 he gained permanent employment as assistant librarian at the Warburg, becoming Librarian in 1949. From 1966 until his death he was Professor of the History of the Classical Tradition. Kurz was a polymath who was admired for his expertise on a wide range of subjects. His publications include studies of Baroque art, Roman sculpture, Mughal drawings, Mayan astrology and Islamic miniatures. Perhaps his most widely-known publications are (with Ernst Kris) Die Legende vom Künstler (1934) and his revised Italian edition (1956) of Julius von Schlosser’s Die Kunstliteratur
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Ladwig, Perdita

Laffan, William Henry Patrick

La Malfa, Claudia

Lamas Delgado, Eduardo

Lampe, Kurt

Lancaster, James
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Láng, Benedek

Langmuir, Erika

Laurenza, Domenico

Lautner, Peter

Laven, Mary

Laven, Peter John

Lehmann, Ann-Sophie

Leino, Marika

Leitmeir, Christian Thomas
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Leoncini, Luca

Leong, Elaine

Lerer, Seth

Leskinen, Saara

Letrouit, Jean

Letts, Rosa Maria

Leuenberger, Martin

Levelt, Sjoerd

Lewis, Christopher

Ley, Graham Kenneth Hugh

Lidov, Aleksei

Ligota, Christopher

Lillich, Meredith

Linde, Cornelia

Linden, Huub van den

Lindquist, Sherry

Lines, David
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Lippincott, Kristen

Liu, Yu

Llewellyn, Nigel

Lloyd, Stephen Howard

Longrigg, James

Loop, Jan
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Loos, Erich

López-Ríos Moreno, Santiago

Lorenzi, Cristiano

Lowe, Kate J. P.

Lugli, Emanuele

Luján Atienza, Ángel Luis 

Lymberopoulou, Angeliki
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Madas, Edit

Maechling, Eugénie Elizabeth

Maguire, Henry

Maiello, Francesco

Maikuma, Yoshihiko

Maister, Lara (BIAS Project publications listing)

Malpas, James

Malquori, Alessandra

Mancuso, Piergabriele 

Mandalà, Giuseppe 

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Mann, Nicholas
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Mansueto, Donato

Marcelli, Nicoletta

Marchand, Eckart
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Maréchaux, Pierre

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Markey, Lia

Marriott, Brandon John

Marrow, James H.

Marsico, Clementina

Martin, Frank

Martin, Geoffrey Haward

Martinez de Castilla Muñoz, Nuria

Massing, Jean Michel

Materassi, Luisa

Matula, Jozef

Mayne, Anne F.

Mazzolini, Renato Giuseppe

Mazzucco, Katia

McCarthy, Mary

McCuaig, William

McDonald, Grantley 

McEwan, Dorothea
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McGrath, Elizabeth
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McGregor, Brian

McGuinness, Lucy Gabrielle

McGurk, Patrick

McIlwaine, Katherine Anne

McLaughlin, Anne

McManus, Stuart

McSweeney, Anna (Project publications listing: Bilderfahrzeuge Research Group)

Mearns, James

Meganck, Tine

Meier, Hans

Mellen, Peter

Membrey, David

Meredith, Cecelia 

Meserve, Margaret

Meurer, Susanne

Meyer, Anne Marie (1919–2004)
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Mickūnaitė, Giedrė

Miert, Dirk van
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Miglietti, Sara
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Mikocki, Tomasz

Miller, Peter N.

Milner, Stephen J. 

Minter, Catherine J. 

Mirabel, Catherine

Mitchell, Charles (1912–1995)

Charles Mitchell read History and PPE at Oxford, where he wrote a B. Litt. on Grünewald’s Isenheim altarpiece. After four years working for the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich he served in Naval Intelligence during the war. From 1945 till 1960 he was a lecturer at the Warburg Institute, before moving to the United States to become Professor of History of Art at Bryn Mawr College. Mitchell published books on Ciriaco d’Ancona, Pirro Ligorio, William Hogarth and Lewis Carroll, as well as articles on the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili and the Tempio Malatestiano in Rimini.
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Mitchell, John

Mitchell, Shayne Mary 

Mitter, Partha 

Moffat, Alistair 

Momigliano, Arnaldo (1908-1987)
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Monaco, Angelo Maria

Montagu, Jennifer
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Montero Tortajada, Encarna

Morales, Antonio

Moretti, Silvia

Morrison, Karl Frederick

Mossakowski, Stanisław

Moureau, Sébastien

Mouren, Raphaële

Moxey, Keith

Mund, Henrike

Murray, Oswyn

Musson, Jeremy 

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Narveson, Katherine

Nauta, Lodi

Nelles, Paul

Németh, Csaba

Nesselrath, Arnold
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Newman, William

Nicoud, Marilyn

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Ring, Morgan
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Robichaud, Denis

Röderer, Fabian
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Rodríguez Porto, Rosa María

Rodriguez-Arribas, Josefina
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Rosemann, Philipp

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Ross, Christina Gigliola

Rossi, Luca Carlo

Rothkamm, Jan

Roullet, Antoine

Rowe, Colin 

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Rubinstein, Nicolai (1911–2002) 

Nicolai Rubinstein was probably the last surviving user of the Kulturwissenschaftliche Bibliothek Warburg in Hamburg, which he visited just before the Nazis rose to power. Forced to abandon his university studies in Berlin in 1933, he fled first to Italy before having to move again, to England, in 1939. He spent 30 years teaching at Westfield College in London, before retiring to the Warburg, where he had an office for the publication of the Lorenzo de’ Medici correspondence. Rubinstein was an historian of Florentine politics, whose principal work was The Government of Florence under the Medici (1966). He was an Honorary Citizen of Florence and was awarded the Premio Internazionale Galileo Galilei, the Florentine Fiorino d’Oro and the Premio della Cultura della Presidenza del Consiglio.
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Rubinstein (née Olitsky), Ruth (1924–2002)

Ruth Olitsky studied at Vassar College and the Institute of Fine Arts in New York, before studying for her PhD on the art patronage of Pius II at the Warburg and, later, the Courtauld. She married Nicolai Rubinstein in 1954. From 1957 she worked in the Photographic Collection on the Census of Antique Works of Art and Architecture Known in the Renaissance, for which she amassed tens of thousands of photographs of antique sculpture and of drawings from Renaissance sketchbooks. Her work still forms the core of the ongoing Census project, now based at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. With Phyllis Pray Bober she wrote the standard work of reference for the study of antiquities, Renaissance Art and Antique Sculpture: A Handbook of Sources (1986).
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Rudy, Kathryn M.

Russell, Jeffrey Burton

Ryan, Magnus

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Salazar, Abdon

Sampanikou, Evē Dēm

San Juan, Rose Marie

Sánchez Gázquez, Joaquín José

Sanders, Philip Morris

Sanzotta, Valerio

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Scafi, Alessandro

Schäfer, Jörg Philipp

Schaffer, Anette

Schmitt, Charles Bernard (1933–1986)
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Schneider, Pablo (Project publications listing: Bilderfahrzeuge Research Group)

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Settis, Salvatore

Sgarbi, Marco

Shachar, Isaiah

Shaked, Shaul

Shalev, Zur

Shaw, Caroline

Shehaby, Nabil

Sherman, William H.
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Shestakov, Viacheslav Pavlovich

Sierra, Hernando

Signoriello, Federica

Simon, Katharina

Simonutti, Luisa

Simpson, Richard William

Smahel, Frantisek

Smick, Rebekah

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Sniezko, Dariusz

Solmitz, Walter Moritz

Sołtysiak, Arkadiusz

Somers Cocks, Anna

Somfai, Anna

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Sparks, Nicholas

Speranzi, David

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Stadter, Philip A.

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Stoyanov, Yuri

Stricevic Djurdje

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Tessicini, Dario

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Thoden van Velzen, Diura

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Tomasi Velli, Silvia

Tomicka, Joanna

Tonelli, Natascia

Toscano, Maria

Tóth, Peter 

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Trapp, Joseph Burney (1925–2005)

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Trebosc, Delphine

Tresch, John
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Tsakiris, Manos (BIAS Project publications listing)
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Veldhorst, Natascha

Veldhuis, Niek

Venturini, Anna Chiara

Verdigel, Genevieve
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Vives-Ferrándiz Sánchez, Luís

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Walker, D. P.  (1914-1995)

Daniel Pickering (‘Perkin’) Walker was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, where he received his PhD in 1940. After serving in Intelligence in the war, he lectured at University College, London, before joining the Institute as Reader in Renaissance Studies in 1961. He was subsequently Professor of the History of the Classical Tradition from 1975 until his retirement in 1981. His interests lay mostly in the traditions of religious belief and in their interconnections with magic in the frame of European intellectual and cultural history. His publications included Spiritual and Demonic Magic from Ficino to Campanella (1958), The Decline of Hell (1965), The Ancient Theology (1972), and Unclean Spirits: Possession and Exorcism in France and England in the Late Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries (1981).
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Wallace, David 

Walther, Sibylle 

Waquet, Françoise

Warburg, Aby (1866–1929)

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Warburg, Eric M.

Warburg, Max M.

Warner, Nicholas

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Webb, Katherine

Webb, Ruth

Wedepohl, Claudia
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Weinberg, Joanna

Weisinger, Herbert

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Welburn, Andrew

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Wengrow, David

Wenzel, Marian
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Whitley, Antonia

Wiedemann, Thomas

Wiesner, Hillary

Wilczek, Piotr

Wilkinson, Tom
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Wisłocki, Marcin

Wittkower, Rudolf (1901–1971)

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Woldt, Isabella (Project publications listing: Bilderfahrzeuge Research Group)

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Zhao, Ji-Wei

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Zonta, Mauro

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