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Emanuele Lugli (Assistant Professor)

Emanuele Lugli elugli
I'm-not-a-bot
@stanford
Personal bio
Emanuele Lugli teaches and writes about late medieval and early modern art, with a particular emphasis on Italian and French painting, trade, urban culture, and the history of fashion. His theoretical concerns include questions of scale and labor, the history of measurements and technology, conceptualizations of precision, vagueness, smallness, love, and the reach of intellectual networks.

Currently teaching
ARTHIST 5: Art and Power (Spring)
ARTHIST 212: Desiring Machines: Buildings, Maps, and Clouds (Winter)
ARTHIST 412: Desiring Machines: Buildings, Maps, and Clouds (Winter)
COMPLIT 212A: Desiring Machines: Buildings, Maps, and Clouds (Winter)
COMPLIT 312A: Desiring Machines: Buildings, Maps, and Clouds (Winter)
ILAC 212A: Desiring Machines: Buildings, Maps, and Clouds (Winter)
ILAC 312A: Desiring Machines: Buildings, Maps, and Clouds (Winter)
ARTHIST 502: Methods and Debates (Autumn)
ARTHIST 115: The Italian Renaissance, or the Art of Success (Autumn)
ARTHIST 315: The Italian Renaissance, or the Art of Success (Autumn)
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