Renée K. Burnam, Ph.D. Syracuse University, is an independent scholar in art history specialized in the study of Italian stained glass. She is the director of BIVI Banca Ipermediale Vetrate Italiane (Italian Stained Glass Windows Database; see www.icvbc.cnr.it/bivi/). Current research includes fifteenth-century Florentine glass, nineteenth and twentieth-century Italian glass restoration and production, and glazing in southern Italy. She has an ongoing interest in stained glass technique and conservation practice. A member of the Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi Italia, she authored Le vetrate del duomo di Pisa (2003), volume II of the series CVMA-Italia. She has been a member of the Corpus Vitrearum United States from 1988 and is the author of Stained Glass before 1700 in the Philadelphia Museum of Art (2012), volume VI/1 of the series Corpus Vitrearum USA.
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