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Rebecca Quinn-Teresi, EODIAH Graduate Fellow

Andrés and Francisco de Cervantes Cabrera before the Virgin, carta ejecutoria de hidalguía, The Hispanic Society of America B2258, Granada 1623

This fall EODIAH Graduate Fellow Rebecca Quinn-Teresi is teaching the “Topics in the History of Collecting: Early Modern” seminar for the new EODIAH MA program.

In November she will be presenting a shortened version of her dissertation chapter at a conference in London. The title of the paper is “Visualising Limpieza de Sangre: The Immaculate Conception in service of the Hidalgo” and the conference is “Iberian (In)tolerance: Minorities, Cultural Exchanges, and Social Exclusion in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Era” co-sponsored by the London Arts and Humanities Partnership, the Instituto Cervantes, London, and the Bureau of Cultural and Educational Affairs of the Spanish Embassy in London.