Erin Hennessey’s research interests include the visual and material cultures of early modern northern Europe, especially the history of print. Her dissertation focuses on the printed output of the fifteenth-century artist Martin Schongauer, as well as its early modern reception, to reframe our scholarly understanding of early modern invention and imitation. As a Ph.D. student, Erin has led discussion sections for courses in Art History and the College, and has taught Renaissance through Modern Art. As an M.A. student, she also held graduate assistantships in the Works on Paper Department of the Eskenazi Museum of Art.
Northern Renaissance art