Braden Scott


braden.scott@mail.mcgill.ca 

Braden Lee Scott is a Ph.D. student in the department of Art History at McGill University. Under the supervision of Dr. Angela Vanhaelen, his research is an examination of seventeenth-century Dutch artist Maarten van Heemskerck’s architectural renderings—specifically prints, paintings, and drawings that build visual spaces for the ancient gods of the Mediterranean. Scott approaches art history through a process of media archaeology, looking at visual cultures within spatialised networks of entangled histories. He holds an MA in film studies, and a BFA in art history and sexuality from Concordia University.