Eilis Livia Coughlin

Eilis is a third-year Ph.D. student who focuses on Medieval Art of the Mediterranean. Her interests include the study of female patronage and representation in fourteenth-century Angevin art and art objects. She is particularly interested in the study of illuminated manuscripts as spaces of gendered devotion and the patronage of Queen Johanna of Naples (1325-82). She received an MA in Art in the Global Middle Ages at the University of Edinburgh (2018) and completed her undergraduate degree at the Università La Sapienza of Rome (2016).

Research Areas

Medieval Art of the Mediterranean

Education

University of Edinburgh, MA, Art in the Global Middle Ages

Univ. degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza”, BA, Art Historical Studies

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