Harleen Kaur Bagga
Harleen’s research focuses on the art and architecture of early modern Europe. Of particular interest are representations of war and violence, military architecture, cartography, landscape, and setting. She has previously written on the wounded nature of landscapes in Paolo Uccello’s Battle of San Romano, sixteenth-century battle-maps that represented war in a cartographic fashion, and the ways in which mapmakers used Marco Polo’s travelogue in the late medieval and early modern period. Situated within a cross-cultural framework, her work also turns towards historiographical concerns in the broader discipline of art history.