Appel à publication : articles pour « Leonardo Studies » (2016)
The Festschrift honoring Carlo Pedretti, the great scholar of Leonardo da Vinci, has been published by Brill. Fittingly, this marks the first volume of a new book series, Leonardo Studies.
The co-editors seek articles of c. 10,000-15,000 words on any topic concerning Leonardo da Vinci, but particularly those that employ collaborative or cross-disciplinary work. We welcome new research on mechanics, architecture, studies of water or motion, and nature.
Sara Taglialagamba, Ph.D. (Scuola di Alti Studi, Siena, 2010) is a researcher affiliated with the Ècole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (Sorbonne) and Istituto Nazionale di Studi sul Rinascimento (Florence). She specializes in Leonardo da Vinci’s work on automations, clockworks, engineering devices and robotics, focusing on the central role of fountains and hydraulic devices. Her main publications include Beauty according to Leonardo (with Carlo Pedretti) and a series of handbooks on Leonardo and Nature, Painting, Architecture, Anatomy, and Engineering.
Constance Moffatt (Pierce College, Los Angeles)
Sara Taglialagamba (Écoles des Hautes Études, Paris)
Andrea Bernardoni Museo Galileo, Florence)
Pascal Broist (University of Tours)
Francesco Paolo Di Teodoro (Politecnico, Turin)
Claire Farago (University of Colorado)
Francesca Fiorani (University of Virginia)
Sabine Frommel (École des Hautes Études, Paris)
Damiano Iacobone (Politecnico, Milan)
Matthew Landrus (University of Oxford)
Pietro C. Marani (Politecnico, Milan)