Charlotte Alighieria Stanford

Associate Teaching Professor , Comparative Arts & Letters

3038 JFSB

801-422-4604

Curriculum Vitae

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Teaching Experience

I enjoy teaching the bright and motivated students here at BYU with a shared gospel context and a scripturally literate background for nearly all of them. This is particularly useful for discussion in my own specialization, which is medieval European studies. I also enjoy teaching survey history courses for western civilization in the humanities (IHUM 201 and IHUM 202), and introducing students to classic great works of the European past.

Research

Architecture in late medieval Europe, especially England, including an interest in how built structures were used and by whom, and how they were made and by whom

Selected Publications

The Building Accounts of the Savoy Hospital, 1512-1520. Critical edition, with introduction and notes, of Westminster Abbey MS 63509. Boydell Press, 2015.
Commemorating the Dead in Late Medieval Strasbourg: Cathedral Building and the Book of Donors. Ashgate Press, “Church, Faith and Culture” series, 2011.
“The Body at the Funeral: Imagery and Commemoration at Notre-Dame, Paris, about 1300.” Art Bulletin, 89/4 (December 2007), 657–673.

Service

It is important to me to give back to the community and be an active member of my profession.

Citizenship assignments

  • University Faculty Advisory Council member (2016–2019)
  • Phi Kappa Phi BYU Chapter secretary (2015–present)
  • MARS (Medieval and Renaissance Studies) director (2012–2019)

Professional Website

https://henryviiihouses.github.io/Main/index.html

IHUM201
10-10:50 MW
B 092 JFSB
IHUM 280R/ WS 390R/ ENGL 396
4-5:15 MW
2112 JKB