Assistant Professor of Art History
B.A., Tufts University; M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D., Columbia University; postdoctoral fellowship at the Université de Montréal. Previously taught at Université de Montréal and Columbia University, where she worked on the groundbreaking digital project “Romanesque Churches of the Bourbonnais.” She has worked at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and The Cloisters Museum, New York, where she still gives regular gallery talks. Publications include “The Chancel Passageways of Norwich,” Norwich: Medieval and Early Modern Art, Architecture, and Archaeology; “Villard Bound and Unbounded,” AVISTA; and “Der Lettner in Gelnhausen,” Gelnhäuser Geschichtsblätter. Recipient: Fulbright Research Fellowship to Germany, British Archaeological Association Conference Travel Grant, and other grants and fellowships. Has presented at conferences throughout the United States, United Kingdom, and Germany on such subjects as double-ended churches in the late Middle Ages, representations of the crucifixion in medieval art, sacred spaces in medieval travel literature, and humor and folly in medieval art. At Bard since 2013.