Sliding Doors: Considering the Symbolic Significance of Decorated Thresholds in Early Medieval Churches
August 4 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
The Society for Church Archaeology is delighted to welcome Dr Meg Boulton who will deliver an online lecture on the topic of “Sliding Doors: Considering the symbolic significance of decorated thresholds in Early Medieval Churches.”
Dr Meg Boulton studied Fine Art as an Undergraduate, and completed her doctorate in Art History in 2013. Since then she has taught at various Institutions, including the Department of Continuing Education at Oxford, the University of Leeds and the V & A. Research interests include: Sculpture, space, theories of viewing and reader reception/s. She has special interests in theory and in a transhistorical practice of the History of Art.
The lecture will be hosted through Zoom and will take place on Wednesday 4th August 2021 from 1:00–2:00pm CT.
Please note: When you register for this talk you will receive an email (with reminders leading up to the event) with a link to a unique Online Event Page. This is where you will be able to access the talk at the scheduled time and date as listed.