Dr Katrina Grant
Dr Katrina Grant is a lecturer in Digital Humanities at the Australian National University, with a specialisation in Art History. She has a special interest in the Digital Art History and the application of visualisation and mapping technologies to art history research, the history of landscapes and gardens of Italy, the history of performance and spectacle, and in Italian early modern art history in general. She has published on the history of gardens theatres in Italy and on artistic relations between Rome and Britain in the eighteenth century. She has previously taught subjects on Garden History, Baroque Art, Early Modern Rome, 20th-century American Art, History and Science of Vision. She is the editor of the Melbourne Art Network and a founding editor of the online art history journal emaj. She completed her PhD at the University of Melbourne in 2011 on the ‘Theatrical Baroque Garden 1600-1750’.