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Fourth-Year Ph.D. Student | Art, Art History & Visual Studies
Felipe is a fourth-year Ph.D. student in the Art, Art History & Department, working on the history of art markets with Professor Hans J. Van Miegroet. His dissertation research studies the development of a market for paintings in Seville from 1500-1700. Much of his research has revolved around the creation of the Art Markets of Seville Database using text mining to extract data from printed archival documents.
He is the Wired! Lab’s TA for Spring 2020, as well as TAing for Professor Kristin Huffman’s Visual Culture of Venice seminar. He is also a 2019-2020 Humanities Unbounded Digital Humanities Graduate Assistant working for Duke’s Center for Data & Visualization Sciences.