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Netta Clavner

Staging Authority and Creating Collective Identity in Fourteenth and Early Fifteenth Century England.

My research investigates the geographical, social and historical setting of late medieval English royal statuary. Examining a range of works, such as Lincoln Cathedral’s Gallery of Kings, the statues at Westminster Hall, and the Bristol High Cross, this study aims to reveal the socio-political role these images had, as manifestations of monarchic power, and as key components in the formation of communal identity and collective memory.

Supervisor: Dr Zoë Opačić.