Dr. Brittany Thomas
Brittany Thomas has recently completed her PhD at the University of Leicester, working on the late antique art and architecture of Ravenna under Dr Neil Christie. Her research interests include approaches to art in public spaces, public engagement with heritage spaces, and conceptions of ‘the gaze’ and ‘the viewer’ in historic periods. Her recent publications include:
2016. Imperial Statues and Public Spaces in Late Antiquity: Conceptualising ‘Constantine’ at York as an Ancient Public Commission. TRAC 2015: Proceedings of the Twenty Fifth Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Leicester 2015. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
Books by Brittany Thomas
Debating Religious Space and Place in the Early Medieval World (c. AD 300-1000)
Edited by Chantal Bielmann and Brittany Thomas | Forthcoming
Religious spaces are often some of the most debated, contested, or otherwise scrutinized in the early medieval world. That space and place were important to people in the past is evident in their architecture, artwork, literature, and in their cemeteries...