Adjunct Professor of Art History, Art History Program
Gillian B. Elliott (Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin) is a Professorial Lecturer of Medieval Art at George Washington University specializing in Romanesque sculpture of the Holy Roman Empire, specifically in northern Italy and in Alsace, France. Elliott recently published her book titled Sculpted Thresholds and the Liturgy of Transformation in Medieval Lombardy (Routledge, 2022). She also co-edited and co-authored, with Anne Heath (Hope College), Art, Architecture, and the Moving Viewer, circa 300-1500 CE: Unfolding Narratives (Brill, 2022). Professor Elliott has been teaching courses on Medieval art, Northern Renaissance art, Art Historiography, Nonwestern art, and art survey courses at the Corcoran School since 2007. In 2022-2023 she will serve as the Program Coordinator of the International Arts and Culture cohort at the Women’s Leadership Program at GW.