Judith and Holofernes

Recently, I attended a lecture that reignited my interest in my undergraduate research topic (Judith and Holofernes scenes from the 16th century) and it’s connection to my graduate research (female patrons using art to create identity and legitimacy). This talk is the first of two on Judith and Holofernes scenes and their changing depictions. The second part will be coming later this spring and both will hopefully lead into a new line of research for me! I hope you enjoy this conversation on Judith and was always, we would love to continue the conversation with you in the comments.

-Taylor

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