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Associate Professor, Art History
Ph.D., University of Missouri-Columbia, 2004.
M.A., University of Missouri-Columbia, 1996.
B.A., Rhodes College, 1993.
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Elizabeth "Lisa" Hunt - Graduated with M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Missouri-Columbia in art history and archaeology; B.A. from Rhodes College in art history and museum studies. Her book on marginalia in Gothic manuscripts, titled Illuminating the Borders of Northern French and Flemish Manuscripts, 1270-1310, was published by Routledge in 2007. With a Fulbright grant and a Samuel H. Kress Foundation Award, Dr. Hunt lived in Leuven, Belgium, for two years and traveled to England, France, Italy, and The Netherlands to conduct on-site analyses of illuminated manuscripts. She has also participated in archaeological excavations at Notre Dame, Reims, and the former church of St. Nazare, Autun. Her chapter, "The Naked Jongleur in the Margins: Manuscript Contexts for Social Meanings," is published in the volume, Meanings of Nudity in Medieval Art, ed. Sherry C. M. Lindquist (Ashgate, 2012). Dr. Hunt has recently published book reviews in Studies in Iconography and Manuscripta. Her forthcoming book on the Psalter of Guy of Dampierre, Count of Flanders (1280-1305), now in the Royal Library of Belgium and teaming with marginal innovations, will be published by Brepols in the Harvey Miller Series.
Introduction to Art History I (ART 2010 - CA)
Introduction to Museology (ART/AMST/ANTH/HIST 2700 - CH)
Early Medieval Art (ART 3002)
Medieval Islamic Art and Culture (ART 3720 - NW)
Medieval Art: Gothic (ART 4710)
Medieval Art: Illuminated Manuscripts (ART 4710)
Fifteenth-Century Art and Life in Italy (ART 4720)
Medieval Workshops, Seminar (ART 4790)
Northern Renaissance Painting, Seminar (ART 4790)
Sex and Gender in Medieval Art, Seminar (ART 4790)
Pop Art, Seminar (ART 4790)
Independent Study: Parchment Project Lab (ART 4660-06)
Elizabeth Moore Hunt
Illuminating the Borders of Northern French and Flemish Manuscripts, ca. 1270-1310. Studies in Medieval History and Culture.
New York: Routledge, 2007.
Lisa Moore Hunt, Contributor to:
The Art of the Book, 1000-1600.
edited by Joan Stack. Museum of Art and Archaeology, University of Missouri-Columbia, January-May 2003. Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri, 2003.
Elisabeth Moore, Contributor to:
Medieval Mastery: Book Illumination from Charlemagne to Charles the Bold (800-1475).
edited by Hubert Cardon and Jan van der Stock. Stedelijk Museum Vaner Kelen-Mertens, 21 September-8 December 2002. Leuven, Belgium: Uitgeverij Davidsfonds and Brepols Publishers, 2002.