Teaching in Medieval and Byzantine

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Teaching in Medieval and Byzantine
Handling 14th-century English alabasters in the British Museum
Handling 14th-century English alabasters in the British Museum

The courses offered change from year to year, but recent offerings have included:

BA Courses:

  • Angels’ Work: Insular Art From the Seventh to the Ninth Centuries (JL)
  • Cathedrals in Context: Religion and the Great Church in England 1170-1350 (PC)
  • Imago: Roman Portraits in Context (PS)
  • East and West in the Age of the Crusades (AE)
  • Introduction to Manuscripts (JL)
  • Master and Assistant: the Making of Art in the Later Middle-Ages (JL)
  • Object Lessons: Investing the Making of Paintings in Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Europe (JC with SN and CV)
  • Westminster Abbey (PC)

Postgraduate Diploma:

  • Cathedrals in Context: Religion and the Great Church in England 1170-1350 (PC)

MA:

  • Artists and Friars: The Renewal of Painting in Assisi and Siena in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries (JC)
  • Antiquity to Byzantium (AE/PS)
  • The Gothic Cathedral: Architecture and Representation in England, France and Germany in the Later Middle Ages (PC)
  • Images at Work: Art in Greek and Roman Society (PS)
  • Making and Meaning in the Art of the Middle Ages (JL)

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