Linda Neagley

Associate Professor of Art History
Ph.D. (1983) Indiana University-Bloomington
M.A. (1976) Indiana University-Bloomington
B.A. (1971) Russel Sage College
713-348-3316
111 Herring Hall

Research Areas

Late Gothic architecture; vision and visuality in the Middle Ages; Late medieval urbanism; Gothic design theory

Dr. Neagley's research interests include late gothic architecture of northern Europe, late medieval urban planning, vision and visuality in the Middle Ages, and medieval pictorial narrative and space. She is the author of Disciplined Exuberance. The Parish Church of Saint-Maclou and Late Gothic architecture in Rouen.  Professor Neagley is currently working on a book on the open porches of Normandy and recently completed a study on visual experience and spatial representation in the Bayeux Tapestry. She has published articles in The Art Bulletin, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians and Gesta.