Dana Rehn

Dana Rehn

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Humanities

Faculty of Arts

I am a PhD Candidate in Art History at the University of Adelaide, Australia. I specialise in the social and cultural history of early modern European art. My current research examines the representation of the canine-human motif as representations of the 'Other' in German Renaissance prints.

  • Awards and Achievements

    Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount
    2017 Fellowship The Bill Cowan Barr Smith Library Fellowship $12, 000
  • Education

    Date Institution name Country Title
    University of Adelaide Australia Doctor of Philosophy (Art History)
    University of Adelaide Australia Masters of Art (Studies in Art History)
    University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Arts in History and International Studies
  • Research Interests

  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2016 Rehn, D. K. (2016). Going to the Dogs: The Foreign and Religious Other in German Renaissance Prints. OTHERNESS: ESSAYS & STUDIES, 5(2), 111-151.
  • Theses

    Year Citation
    2011 Rehn, D. K. (2011). The Image and Identity of the Alchemist in Seventeenth-Century Netherlandish Art. (Master's Thesis).

History: Europe, Empire and the World (Semester 1, 2013)

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