Johanna Heinrichs, Ph.D.

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    My research interests include villa culture and issues of urbanism and landscape in 16th-century Venice and the Venetian empire, as well as the history of hospitals and spaces of healing. My current book manuscript, based on my dissertation, argues that Villa Pisani and other Palladian villas, which are often taken as paradigmatic examples of the Renaissance villa, in fact challenge the prevailing conception of the villa as subsidiary to the city palace and urban life. 

    Education/Academic qualification

    Master of Arts, Princeton University

    Award Date: Sep 30 2008

    Master of Philosophy, Corpus Urbis: The Hospital of Santo Spirito and Sixtus IV's Renovation of Rome, 1471-1484, University of Cambridge

    Award Date: Jul 1 2004

    Bachelor of Arts, Williams College

    Award Date: Jun 10 2002

    Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University



    • NA Architecture
    • Andrea Palladio, Venice, villa, Veneto, landscape
    • DG Italy
    • Venice, Veneto


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