Helen Dejean

PhD student

Seeing the God-Seer: the iconography of the Prophet Moses in Byzantine Art

Supervised by Professor Antony Eastmond

Education

PhD in History of Art, Courtauld Institute of Art (2023- )

MA in History of Art ‘Byzantium and its Rivals’ Courtauld Institute of Art (2022-23). Supervised by Professor Antony Eastmond

MA in History of Art ‘Sienese Painting 1250-1350’, Courtauld Institute of Art (2006-2007) Supervised by Dr Joanna Cannon

BA Hons in Art History with Humanities, Open University (2001-2006)

 

Scholarships & Awards

  • Lowden-Cannon Travel Fund (2023)
  • The Edmund J. Safra Scholarship (2006)

Independent Teaching and Lecturing

  • ǿմý, Short Courses (Autumn 2024 -)
  • City Lit (2024-)
  • The Landmark Arts Centre (2023-)
  • The Arts Society (2021-)
  • Openage (2018 -2019)
  • Icon Adventures (2007 -)
  • West Suffolk College (1988-1992)

Research Interests

  • Byzantine iconography
  • St Catherine’s Monastery, Sinai
  • Thirteenth-century Italo-Byzantine art
  • Pilgrimage
  • Transmission
  • Public imagery and reception
  • Materiality

 

 

 

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