Nancy Ross (nee Moss) is a fourth year Ph. D student in the History of Art Department at Cambridge University and is listed in the Registry of Medievalists in Cambridge (her email address can be found there). The her thesis is Forgotten Revelation: The Iconographic Development of the Anglo-Norman Verse and Early Prose Apocalypse Manuscripts. She is particularly interested in those English Apocalypses of a 'ratty' nature that have not yet been discussed by scholars. She completed her MA at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland and her final year dissertation is entitled The Commentary Illustrations of the Gulbenkian (Lisbon, Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, MS L.A. 139) and Abingdon (London, British Library, MS Add. 42555) Apocalypses and the Changing Face of Anti-semitism in Thirteenth Century England. Click here for more information about English Apocalypse manuscripts.

Besides iconography, she is also interested in the patronage of the English Apocalypses and also the workshops that made them.

In addition to her research, Nancy has also been a supervisor for the following courses: English Gothic Art and Architecture 1170–1350, The Making of Art, The Meaning of Art and Christian Image and Icon.

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