Christine Verzar

Professor Emerita
Department of History of Art
The Ohio State University

Fields of interest:

History of Medieval Art, especially Italian,

History of Public Monuments,

East-west Connections during the Crusades


Recent publication:

Christine Verzar:
Picturing Matilda of Canossa: Medieval Strategies of Representation,
in: Representing History, 900-1300, Art, Music, History, Pennsylvania State University Press: 2010, pp. 73-90.

Christine Verzar:
Visualizing Politics and Authority of Countess Matilda of Canossa and Tuscany: Ideology and Myth,
in: Pictorial languages and their meanings: liber amicorum in honor of Nurith Kenaan-Kedar, Tel Aviv University, Yolanda and David Katz Faculty of the Arts, 2006, pp. 253-265.

Christine Verzar:
Portals and Politics in the Early Italian City-state: the Sculpture of Nicholaus in Context,
Parma 1988.

Christine Verzar [with Priscilla Parsons Souce]:
The meeting of two worlds: the Crusades and the Mediterranean context [exhibition],
The University of Michigan Museum of Art, May 9-September 27, 1981.