A new somaesthetic approach to Renaissance art in Florence
In her research, Dr. Allie Terry-Fritsch has focused primarily on different forms of cross-cultural and multidisciplinary exploration with a somaesthetic perspective. Uncovering the embodied creation and perception in significant aspects of art history and analysing different modes of viewership has been one of her key endeavours. She is particularly interested in describing how the medieval and early modern communities acted as participants and interpreters of events and how they imbued these events with new meaning. She has published many articles and several books with original, stimulating and significant contributions to this topic.
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