Caroline Pirri

 

Caroline Pirri

Caroline Pirri is a 2nd year PhD student in the English Department at Rutgers University. Her interests include late-Tudor and early-Stuart court performance, early modern popular media and the phenomenology of vision. Her current project examines the popularity of emblems and impresas in the early decades of Stuart rule and explores the ways in which the revision and dramatization of continental emblem books assisted in the creation of a national mythology.

“Which long their longings urged their eyes to see:” Emblematic Perspectives in the Early Stuart Masque

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  • Debating Visual Knowledge
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