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Nina Gonzalbez

Published July 30, 2017


Research Area: Medieval Spain
Advisor: Dr. Erika Loic

Dissertation Title: “Looking Inward: Identifying the Local within the Global in Late Fifteenth-century Sevillian Artworks”

Nina Gonzalbez (pronouns: she, her, hers) is a doctoral candidate and a Patricia Rose Teaching Fellow studying under Dr. Erika Loic. Her work focuses on the late medieval to early modern figural art of Seville, Spain, including manuscripts, sculpture, and altarpieces.

Nina graduated with her BA in Classical Civilizations from FSU in 2015 and with her MA in Art History at FSU in 2019. She has received various fellowships and grants throughout her tenure at Florida State University including the College of Fine Arts Travel Grant, the Friends of Art History Dissertation Research Award, and an International Programs Teaching Fellowship (summer 2022). Outside of the department, her research has been supported through grants including the American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain Travel Grant and a Byzantists of Color Conference Grant.

Nina serves as a member of the Student Committee of the International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA). She has presented at the International Congress of Medieval Studies in 2020 and the International Conference on Medieval and Early Modern Studies in 2022.