associate professor of art
Lecture by Janice Mann
given at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Janice Mann received her PhD from Columbia University. Her area of expertise is the art and architecture of the medieval Iberian Peninsula and the historiography of the field. Her book Romanesque Architecture and Its Sculptural Decoration in Christian Spain (100-1120): Exploring Frontiers and Defining Identities was published by University of Toronto Press in 2009. She holds the rank of Associate Professor and is the current Samuel H. Kress Professor of Art History. She teaches classes that focus on art and architecture of the European Middle Ages and the Islamic lands up to 1500.