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Julie Harris received her PhD in the History of Art in 1989 from the University of Pittsburgh. A specialist in Medieval Spain, she has taught at Florida State University, Skidmore College, and Northwestern University. She has published on variety of medieval topics in scholarly journals. Her work on reconquest was funded by a Getty Post-doctoral fellowship. Her current focus is on Iberian illuminated Haggadot. She is part of a European Research Council–funded research team which is investigating medieval women as artists and patrons.
PhD, University of Pittsburgh
MA, University of Pittsburgh
BA, Brandeis University
Co-edited with Therese Martin, Church, State, Vellum and Stone: Essays on Medieval Spain in Honor of John Williams (Brill, 2005)