Pia F. Cuneo, Ph.D.
Art Bldg, Room 282
Cuneo teaches Italian and Northern Renaissance Art at the gen-ed, undergraduate, and graduate levels. Recent topics of her seminars include: Renaissance Women, Firing the Renaissance Canon (sic!), The Renaissance Body, Print Culture in the Renaissance (with an associated exhibition at the University of Arizona Museum of Art, curated by the seminar students), and Renaissance Animals. In addition to articles and essays, she is also the author of Art and Politics in Early Modern Germany: Jorg Breu the Elder and the Fashioning of Political Identity, 1998. She has edited Artful Armies, Beautiful Battles: Art and Warfare in Early Modern Europe, 2002 and Animals and Early Modern Identity, 2014. Her research interests include social and political functions of 15th-, 16th- and 17th-century art, and early modern hippology. Cuneo competes locally in dressage. For a complete list of publications and conference papers, see http://piafcuneo.faculty.arizona.edu