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ANDREA BEGEL

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

ART AND ART HISTORY

BLODGETT HALL
ROOM 318

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Diplomas/Degrees

PhD, Columbia University (2004)
MA, Columbia University (1996)
BA, Davidson College (1994)

Recent Courses

Art And The World I
Art History Senior Thesis Catacombs 3
Liberal Arts Seminar: The Apocalypse In Art
Northern European Renaissance Art

Teaching Specializations/Interests

Italian and Northern Renaissance Art
Florence
Representations of Exorcism
Apocalypse

Research Interests

Representations of exorcism in Italian Renaissance Art
Mary Magdalene
Fourteenth century fresco painting

Book Chapters

Andrea Begel (2012). "Exorcism in the Iconography of Mary Magdalene.". In Dr. Michelle Erhardt and Dr. Amy Morris (Eds.). Mary Magdalene: Iconographic Studies from the Middle Ages to the Baroque. (pp. 341-360). Leiden, Netherlands: Brill.


Refereed Articles

Begel, Andrea (2013), “The Adoration of the Magi by Bartolo di Fredi: A masterpiece reconstructed”. Southeastern College Art Journal.

Begel, Andrea (2013), "A new and monstrous creation: The Female Demoniac in Thirteenth Century Franciscan Art.". Nierika. Revista de Estudios de Arte, 2.

Begel, Andrea (2010), "Giotto's Demons". Source, XXIX, 3-9.


Conference Presentations/Papers

Andrea Begel (2012). 'All things can be done for the one who believes:' The Role of Paragone in Raphael's Transfiguration and Sebastiano del Piombo's Raising of Lazarus. In Rivalry in the Arts: International Society for Paragone Studies. Flint Institute of the Arts, Flint, MI.

Andrea Begel (2012). Narrative in Ambrogio Lorenzetti's Saint Nicholas Panels. In College Art Association Annual Conference. Los Angeles, CA.

Andrea Begel (2011). The Female Demoniac in Thirteenth-century Franciscan Art. In Southeastern College Art Conference. Richmond, VA.

Andrea Begel (2009). Exorcism and Forgiveness in Giovanni da Milano's 'Jesus in the House of the Pharisee.'. In Southeastern College Art Conference. Mobile, Alabama.