Elizabeth Carson Pastan (Ph.D., Brown University, 1986)
Medieval art and architecture; Medieval Stained Glass; Monumental pictorial cycles: issues of text and image; the Cult of Relics; Medievalism.
- The Bayeux Tapestry and its Contexts: A Reassessment, with Stephen D. White and Kate Gilbert (Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 2014).
- Journal of Glass Studies 56 (October, 2014), Guest editor with Mary B. Shepard.
- The Four Modes of Seeing: Approaches to Medieval Imagery in honor of Madeline Harrison Caviness, co-editor with Evelyn Staudinger Lane and Ellen Shortell (Farnham: Ashgate Publishers, 2009).
- Les vitraux du choeur de la cathédrale de Troyes (XIIIe siècle), co-authored with Sylvie Balcon, Corpus Vitrearum France, vol. II (Paris: Comité des travaux historiques et scientifiques [CTHS], 2006).
- “Glazing Romanesque and Gothic Buildings” in A Companion to Medieval Art: Romanesque and Gothic in Northern Europe, ed. Conrad Rudolph (Oxford: Blackwell Publishers), revised second edition.
- “Imagined Patronage: the Bayeux Embroidery and its Interpretive History,” and Foreword in Medieval Patronage: Power & Agency in Medieval Art, ed. Colum Hourihane, Index of Christian Art, Princeton, Occasional Papers XV (Princeton: The Index of Christian Art, Dept. of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University, in association with the Pennsylvania State University Press, 2013), 54-75 and xi-xii.
- “J. Pierpont Morgan and the Collecting of the Twelfth-Century Stained-Glass Panels from Troyes,” Collections of Stained Glass and their Histories, ed. by Tim Ayers, Brigitte Kurmann-Schwarz, Claudine Lautier and Hartmut Scholz (Bern: Peter Lang, 2012), 227-38.
- “Building Stories: The Representation of Architecture in the Bayeux Embroidery,” in Anglo-Norman Studies 33 (2011), 150-85.
Work in Progress
- Medieval Stained Glass, Decoding Medieval Sources series, co-editor with Brigitte Kurmann-Schwarz (Brill Publishers, Leiden, in preparation)
- “Is Patronage a Useful Category of Art Historical Analysis?” in The Ashgate Research Companion to Medieval Iconography, ed. Colum Hourihane (Farnum: Ashgate Publishers, in press).
- “Item, une tente très-longue: the Inventory of Bayeux Cathedral and its Implications,” Making Sense of the Bayeux Tapestry: Readings and Reworkings, eds Anna Henderson and Gale R. Owen-Crocker (Manchester: Manchester University Press, in press).
- “Fables, Bestiaries and the Bayeux Embroidery: Man’s Best Friend meets the ‘Animal Turn,’” in Our Dogs, Our Selves: Dogs In Medieval And Early Modern Society, ed. Laura D. Gelfand, (Leiden: Brill Publishers, in press).
Medieval Art as a Text for the Illiterate; The Gothic Site; Methods in Medieval Studies; The Medieval Bestiary: Representing the Other in Medieval Art; Visualizing the Medieval Cult of Saints; Materials & Meanings in Medieval Art.