foto Yolanda Gil Saura
PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Director/a Titulacio Master Oficial
Knowledge area: HISTORY OF ART
Department: Art History
Facultat de Geografia i Història Departament d'Història de l'Art. Despatx: 410 Av. Blasco Ibañez, 28. 46010 València (9639) 83402
(9639) 83402
 Yolanda Gil Saura (1972) is a full professor attached to the Departament d'Història de l'Art of the Universitat de València where she has been teaching since 1999. She has been the academic secretary of the department, coordinator of the Degree in Art History and Head of the Art History Department. Secretary and editor-in-chief of  Ars Longa journal.She has been part of the Board of the Museum of Fine Arts of Valencia.She is currently coordinator of Master's Degree in History of Art and Visual Culture. 
 He got his PhD under the direction of prof. Joaquín Bérchez about baroque architecture in the Valencian territories of the ancient diocese of Tortosa. Since then his research has focused on the art and architecture of the Spanish Modern Age especially the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. He has taken an interest in architecture at the crossroads of Valencian, Catalan and Aragonese territories and has subsequently turned his attention to the world of nobiliary collecting. He studied the cultural presence of the Austrian exiles in Vienna after the War of Succession, a topic on which he continues to work and that led him to make a stay at the University of Vienna. Ongoing research focuses on the viceregal court of Valencia and cultural exchanges with the Italian field, which has led him to make stays and give lectures at the universities of Palermo, Cagliari and Venice. His research has been framed uninterruptedly in funded research projects led first by Professor Joaquín Bérchez and then by Professor Mercedes Gómez-Ferrer. She is part of the  group GIUV2013-055 Art and Architecture of the Modern Age-GEOART and is IP of the research project PID2021-126266NB-100 Living nobly in early modern Valencia, a court of the Hispanic Monarchy.
Subjects taught and teaching methods
First semester
Thursday de 13:00 a 14:00. DESPACHO Nº 410. EDIFICIO ANEXO DEPARTAMENTAL
First semester
Second semester
Wednesday de 12:00 a 14:00. DESPACHO Nº 410. EDIFICIO ANEXO DEPARTAMENTAL
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