|Charles M. Rosenberg
Professor of Art History
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Editor, The Court Cities of Northern Italy: Milan, Parma, Piacenza, Mantua, Ferrara, Bologna, Rimini, Pesaro, Urbino. New York and Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge University Press, 2010.
Guest Co-Editor, The Medal, Spring, 2010 (Papers presented at in the “Coins and Medals” sessions of the RSA meetings, Los Angeles, CA, in Spring 2009)
The Este Monuments and Urban Development in Renaissance Ferrara. New York & Cambridge, ENG: Cambridge University Press, 1997.
“A Review of Giancarlo Fiorenza. Dosso Dossi: Paintings of Myth, Magic, and the Antique. University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008,” Renaissance Quarterly 62.3 (Autumn 2009): 924-26
“Borso d’Este e il Montesanto,” in Tracce dei luoghi. Tracce della storia. L’Editore che inseguiva la Bellezza. Scritti in onore di Franco Cosimo Panini, pp. 113-22. Rome: Donzelli Editore, 2008
“Response to James Cuno,” in Robin Rhodes, ed., The Acquisition and Exhibition of Classical Antiquities: Professional, Legal, and Ethical Perspectives, pp. 27-30. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2008.
“Money Talks: Numismatic Propaganda under Alfonso I d’Este,” L'eta' di Alfonso I e la pittura del Dosso: Atti del Convegno Internazionale di Studi Ferrara, Palazzina di Marfisa d'Este, 9-12 dicembre 1998. Modena: Pannini, 2004, pp. 145-64, figs. 46-52.
“Leonardo and the Creative Act,” Sacred Heart University Review. XXII.1-2 (Fall 2001/Spring 2002, published 2004): 44-68.
“A Review of James R. Banker, The Culture of San Sepolcro during the Youth of Piero della Francesca,” The American Historical Review (February 2004): 273-74
“A Rembrandt Self-portrait and tronie,” in Face to Face, Exhibition
Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, 2003,
“A Review of Mary D. Garrard, Artemisia Gentileschi Around 1622: The Shaping and Reshaping of an Artistic Identity,” Renaissance Quarterly 55.3 (Autumn, 2002): 1076-78.
"A Review of Francis Ames-Lewis, The Intellectual Life of the Early Renaissance Artist, Carmen C. Bambach, Drawing and Painting in the Italian Renaissance Workshop: Theory and Practice, 1300-1600, and Evelyn Lincoln, The Invention of the Italian Renaissance Printmaker," Renaissance Quarterly 54.3 (Autumn 2001): 937-941.
"A Review of Michael North and David Ormrod, eds., Art Markets in Europe, 1400-1800, and Eckart Marchand and Alison Wright, eds., With and Without the Medici: Studies in Tuscan Art and Patronage 1434-1530," Renaissance Quarterly 53.4 (Winter 2000) 1211-1214.
"Alfonso I d'Este, Michelangelo, and the Man Who Sold Pigs," in Revaluing the Renaissance, R. Shepherd and G. Neher, eds., London: Ashgate Press, 2000, pp. 89-100
"Ferrarese Coinage and the Ideology of Power from Obizzo III to Borso d'Este," in L'aquila bianca. Studi di storia estense per Luciano Chiappini, R. Varese and A. Samaritani, eds., Ferrara: Corbo Editore, 2000, pp. 109-33.
“Ferrara: Art in Ferrara,” in The Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, ed. Paul F. Grendler, vol. 2, pp. 344-7. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1999.
"In the Footsteps of the Prince: A Look at Renaissance Ferrara." Nexus Network Journal, October, 1999.
"A Review of Thomas Tuohy, Herculean Ferrara. Ercole d'Este, 1471-1505, and the Invention of a Ducal Capital," Renaissance Quarterly 51.3 (Autumn 1998): 962- 5.
"A Review of Martin Warnke, The Court Artist. On the Ancestry of the Modern Artist," Comparative Studies in Society and History 40.1 (January 1998): 189-90.
"A Review of Carol F. Lewine, The Sistine Chapel Walls and the Roman Liturgy." Renaissance Quarterly 48.4 (1995):898-900.
"A Review of Joseph Manca, The Art of Ercole de' Roberti." Renaissance Quarterly 48.2 (1995): 424-26.
"Virtue, Piety and Affection: Some Portraits by Domenico Ghirlandaio," in Il ritratto e la memoria. Material 2, ed. Augusto Gentile, Philippe Morel and Claudia Cieri Via. Rome: Bulzoni, 1993, pp. 173-195.
"The Este of Ferrara in the Fifteenth Century," Schifanoia 10 (1990, published in 1992): 15-18.
"Arte e politica alle corti di Lionello e Borso d'Este," in Saggi. Le Muse e il Principe. Arte di corte nel Rinascimento padano. Modena: Cosimo Panini, 1991, pp. 39-52.
Editor, Art and Politics in Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Italy: 1250-1515. Acts of the Notre Dame Conference., Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1990, viii + 231 + 77 ill.
Recent Invited and Hesburgh Lectures and Seminars
"The Art of Numismatics: Invention and Tradition in Italian Renaissance Coinage," Summer Meetings, British and Royal Numismatics Societies, Cambridge, ENG., July 5, 2008.
“Coin of the Realm: Coinage in Renaissance Venice and Northern Italy.” Trading Italian Culture: The Merchant of Veniceand the Venice of Merchants," The Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies. Northwestern University Law School, Chicago, IL, March 17, 2007.
" Leonardo da Vinci: Painter of Mysteries," (Hesburgh Lecture) Fort Lauderdale, FL, February 2, 2007.
" The Varieties of Museum Experience" Buchanan Lecture. Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, April 19, 2006.
“The Art Museum in the 21st Century,” (Hesburgh Lecture)
Lakeview Museum of Arts and Sciences, Peoria, IL, October 24, 2005.
“Artistic License and Public Decorum,” (Hesburgh Lecture) Virginia Beach, VA, May 23, 2005.
“The Sistine Chapel: History and Meaning,” (Hesburgh Lecture) Newport Beach, CA., August 12, 2004; Marist College, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., April 19, 2005.
“The Fifth-Avenue Cupid and the Dilemma of Artistic Identity.” Seminar, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT., July 9, 2003.
“Leonardo and the Creative Act,” (Hesburgh Lecture)
Furman University, Greenville, SC., April 20, 1998; Sacred Heart
University, Fairfield, CT., July 10, 2003; and Saint Rose College,
Albany, NY, November 10, 2004.