Dr. Antonia Martínez RuipérezAmbizione Project Manager
Ambizione Project Manager
Martínez Ruipérez studied Art History at the Universidad de Murcia and University of Leeds with highest honors (2009-2013). She holds two MA in Medieval Hispanic Studies (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 2014) and Research and Management of the Historic-Artistic and Cultural Heritage (Universidad de Murcia, 2014). In 2019 Martínez Ruipérez received her PhD in Art History from the Universidad de Murcia. She has been grantee of the Spanish Ministry of Science (2014-2018) and postdoctoral fellow of the University of Murcia (2019-20). She has held a highly competitive Juan de la Cierva postdoctoral fellowship, granted by the Spanish Ministry of Universities and based at the Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia in Madrid (2020-2023). She has performed research stays at prestigious research centers as the Warburg Institute (London, 2015), the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (Paris, 2016 and 2022) and the Kunstshistorisches Institut in Florenz (2017). She has published in prestigious journals and publishing houses as the Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, Revue de l’art, The Burlington Magazine or SISMEL. She is the author of two monographs: La primera biblia moralizada: el códice Vindobonensis 2554 conservado en la Biblioteca nacional de Austria (Rimini, 2022) and <with A. García Avilés> Las profecías de las sibilas: imágenes paganas en el arte cristiano (siglos V-XV) (Salamanca, 2019). From September 2023, Martínez Ruipérez is the leader of the SNF Ambizione project: The Art of Reason in the Middle Ages. Visualizing reason and rational thought (11th-15th centuries) at the University of Basel.
- Medieval manuscript illumination
- Art and Knowledge
- Art and Theology
- Visual Typology in Medieval Art
- Medieval Images as Tools of Thought