Concordia University

Braden Lee Scott

Part-time faculty, Art History


Braden Lee Scott is a McGill University Ph.D. candidate in art history working under the supervision of Dr. Angela Vanhaelen. His dissertation project entitled Building Worlds explores the archaeological imagination in the European Renaissance. Artists and architects from Northern Europe traveled to Mediterranean cities and developed a taste for ancient artefacts, and these experiences resulted in drawings, paintings, sculpture, and buildings that reimagined actual and mythological pasts of Rome, Palestine, Egypt, Greece, and Mesopotamia.

Teaching activities

ARTH 364: Renaissance Art & Architecture: Reanimating Antiquity

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