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Tiffany A. Racco


Tiffany A. Racco (PhD 2017) has been appointed Research Associate at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (CASVA), at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Working under Dean Elizabeth Cropper, she will join a team of international scholars that is currently producing a critical edition and annotated translation of Carlo Cesare Malvasia’s “Felsina pittrice” (Bologna, 1678). In the Spring of 2018, she will also work closely with David Bomford, Chair of Conservation and Head of European Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the Edmond J. Safra Visiting Professor at CASVA.

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Tiffany A. Racco (PhD 2017)
Alumna Tiffany A. Racco joins the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts to assist with an annotated translation of Carlo Cesare Malvasia’s “Felsina pittrice.”

Alumna Tiffany A. Racco joins the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts to assist with an annotated translation of Carlo Cesare Malvasia’s “Felsina pittrice.”

11/28/2017
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  • University of Delaware
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