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Dr Marie-Pierre Gelin

Teaching Fellow

E-mail: m.gelin@ucl.ac.uk

Office Hours: Wednesday 10-11 and Fridays 11-12

My primary research interest is the ecclesiastical and monastic history of England in the period 1000 - 1250, with particular focus on visual culture. I have worked on the iconographic programme of the medieval stained glass windows of Canterbury cathedral, specifically on the links between the images and liturgical rituals taking place in the catedral. I am particularly interested in the ways in which images were produced and used in a monastic context at a time of religious, political and social changes. My current research is on the role of relic collections and inventories of books and ornaments in the construction of memory and identity in English monastries.

'Lumen ad revelationem gentium': iconographie et liturgie á Christ Church Canterbury, 1170 - 1220, (Turnhout, Brépols, forthcoming)

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