Jordan Hallmark

Jordan Hallmark

PhD Student in History of Art and Architecture
Jordan Hallmark
  • Times: 17th-18th centuries
  • Regions: Atlantic World; Caribbean; Europe; France; Italy; Spain
  • Themes: Architectural History; Colonialism; Cultural History; History of Art and Architecture; History of Gender and Sexuality; Intellectual History; Urban History

Jordan Hallmark is a PhD student in the Department of History of Art and Architecture at Harvard. Jordan's research investigates networks of cultural transmission between France and Italy—outside the institutional venues of art academies—that led to the development of an increasingly homogenized visual language of European aristocratic and princely culture over the course of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Focusing, in particular, on the role of French aristocratic women in exporting models of monarchical culture from Paris and Versailles to provincial and foreign courts, other channels of ultramontane artistic transmission examined in Jordan’s work include diplomatic exchange, the growth of secular tourism, travel writing, and the pan-Europeanization of artistic patronage and production.

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