Lauren Rozenberg is an art historian of the late middle ages. She is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in the Department of Art History & World Art Studies at the University of East Anglia. Her current research focuses on the anatomical and engineering works of the fourteenth-century physician Guido da Vigevano, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary approaches to late medieval science. Her past and current research centre questions of the body, the history of medicine and image-making.
Lauren received her Ph.D. in history of art from University College London, where she worked under the supervision of Professor Robert Mills. Her doctoral research considered the visual and material culture of medieval phantasms, which are sensory perceptions impressed on the mind, in the form of mental images. She has also written on the role of flesh and the work of the French surgeon Henri de Mondeville.
Prior to coming to UEA, Lauren worked as an Associate Lecturer in the History of Art at UCL and the Courtauld Institute of Art for several years.
- Art History & World Art Studies