Research Output per year
Arvi Wattel is a lecturer in the History of Art at UWA (School of Design). Before moving to Perth, he held fellowships at the Fondazione Ermitage in Ferrara, the Kunsthistorisches Institut (Max Planck Gesellschaft) in Florence, the Dutch Institute for Art History in Florence and the Royal Netherlandish Institute in Rome, and lectured at the Radboud University in Nijmegen, the University of Maastricht and for Oberlin College in Arezzo.
He has published on love and sympathy in Renaissance Ferrara, and on gendered space in the Renaissance convent. Besides his research into marginality and the relationship between court and city in Renaissance Ferrara, his research interests include the Dutch cultural exchange with Asia and occurences of cultural misunderstanding in the seventeenth and eighteenth century and the depiction of ritual performance and identity in the Dutch colonial city of Batavia (today’s Jakarta).
For more information, see: https://uwa.academia.edu/ArviWattel
Arvi is one of the convenors of the research cluster 'Entangled Histories of Emotions in the Mediterranean World' and a collaborating member of the research cluster 'Cultural Encounters, Empires and Emotions'.
- Art History
- Dutch History
- Indonesian History
- Italian Renaissance history and literature
- Global history
- Batavia Shipwreck
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paper › Chapter
Research output: Other contribution
Review of Hesson, Angela, Charles Zika and Matthew Martin, eds., Love: art of Emotion 1400-1800 (Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria, 2017).Wattel, A., 2017, In : Emotions: History, Culture, Society. 1, 2, p. 162-163 2 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Book/Film/Article review
Emotional Histories - the Dutch in the Indian Ocean Audio Guide: Stop 5.0 - Batavia Silver: Silver Plate; Stop 5.1 - Batavia Silver: Silver Ewer; Stop 7 - Gemma Constantiniana; Stop 9: East Indian Market StallWattel, A., 31 Oct 2016
Research output: Non-traditional research output › Digital or Visual Products