Dr Lauren Rozenberg
Dr Lauren Rozenberg is an Associate Lecturer in History of Art at UCL and the Courtauld Institute of Art. Her doctoral research focused on phantasms in late medieval manuscript culture. Drawing on medical understandings of bodies and devotional practices, the project concentrated on the relationship between visible objects, mental images, and embodiment. She is currently conducting research on the illustrated work of Guido da Vigevano, a fourteenth-century physician and engineer. Rozenberg has organised many events, such as conferences, panels and film screenings on embodiment.
Office Hours: Tuesdays, 10am-11am (online)
Associate Lecturer (Teaching)
Dept of History of Art
Faculty of S&HS
Medieval material and visual culture; embodiment, history of medicine, vision.
Research summary and publications
Teaching and Supervision
In the History of Art Department at UCL, Rozenberg is currently teaching a first-year undergraduate thematic seminar, titled ‘Envisioning bodies in Medieval Art’, and a postgraduate special option ‘Gold, Silver, Bronze: Art, Materiality, and Value, c. 1400 to the Present’. In the past and at other institutions, she taught courses on relics, pilgrimage and medieval bodies.