44. An Alabamian Restores Notre Dame

How does an Alabama professor get to take part in one of the most auspicious reconstructions of modern time?

Dr. Jennifer Feltman has been at the University of Alabama as assistant professor of Medieval art and architecture since 2016. Her research focuses on the ways in which works of medieval art, whether architecture, sculpture, or manuscripts, intersect with aspects of culture, such as intellectual history, religious practice and political discourse. Her research interests include the reuse and adaptation of sculpture, medieval eschatology in visual art, the education of the clergy in the thirteenth century, and the relation of practices of memory and visual exegesis in the creation of sculptural programs.

She is currently completing a book manuscript, Moral Theology and the Cathedral: Sculptures of the Last Judgment in Thirteenth-Century France

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