Cogut Institute for the Humanities
Center for the Study of the Early Modern World

Emily Hirsch

Doctoral Student in History of Art and Architecture
Research Interests Visual and Material Culture of the Early Modern Netherlands
Past Role(s) 2022 Graduate Student Representative and Colloquia Coordinator


Emily Hirsch is a Ph.D. student in the History of Art and Architecture department at Brown University. Her research interests center on the visual and material culture of the early modern Netherlands, especially the aesthetic impact of the Counter-Reformation in the Southern Netherlands and the development of Flemish sculpture. She received a BA in history from Yale University (2016) and an MA in the history of art from the Courtauld Institute of Art (2018).