Tropato, Anne-Lise

Falconry Research Fellow Affiliation: NYU Abu Dhabi
Education: PhD, University of Rome II (Italy)

Research Areas: Artistic, intellectual and cultural international relationships during 16th and 17thcenturies

Anne-Lise’s main research interests focus on the artistic and cultural history of falconry, and on artistic, intellectual and cultural international relationships in Early Modern Europe.

She has published on topics such as the analysis of serial imagery, trans-frontier transmission of artistic models, history of visual imagery, and history of great European collections.


  • Falconry: good practices of safeguarding between intangible and tangible heritage (forthcoming)
  • Falconry as Digital Humanity: some theoretical and technical implications (forthcoming)
  • An impossible flight: falconry in imago mortis (XIII-XV century) (forthcoming)
  • Gendering falconry: a story of women emancipation and empowerment
  • A new paradigm for the "Man of falcon”? When post-revolutionary falconry meets the Orient