|Degrees:||B.A. (Concordia University) M.A. (University of British Columbia) Ph.D. (Harvard University)|
|Phone:||613-520-2600 x 2352|
|Office:||437 St. Patrick’s Building|
A Harvard PhD, Randi Klebanoff is currently engaged in research on the representation of the immaterial in Renaissance naturalism. She is particularly involved with the intersection of premodern theology, theories of vision and representation. Other research interests include the representation of Jews in the Renaissance and Reformation, Renaissance sculpture, in particular Niccolò dell’Arca and Michelangelo. the imagery of women in Renaissance art and the Renaissance city in its many dynamics. Dr. Klebanoff also regularly teaches History and Methods of art history and is cross-appointed to the College of the Humanities.