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
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
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.
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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