Leslie Geddes is an Assistant Professor of Art History in the Newcomb Art Department, specializing in Italian Renaissance and Baroque art. Her research broadly concerns art as a form of visual thinking and focused on how early modern artists studied and depicted the natural landscape. Her EVST-related teaching concerns how early modern artists, architects, engineers, and cartographers studied, depicted, and shaped the world around them.
EVST courses taught:
Landscape Theory (1450–1800)
Mapping the Renaissance
For more information, please see her Newcomb Art Department faculty page.