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Lyn Rodley

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Runciman Ltd.

HQ Phone:  (613) 342-9522

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Runciman Ltd.

100 Strowger Blvd Unit 101

Brockville, Ontario,K6V 5J9

Canada

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Background Information

Employment History

Teacher

Morley College


Helen Waddell Visiting Professor

Institute of Byzantine Studies , Queen's University Belfast


Helen Waddell Visiting Professor

Queen's University Belfast


Affiliations

Courtauld Institute of Art

Research Fellow


Education

doctorate

Cambridge


Web References(10 Total References)


AHRB Centre for Byzantine Cultural History - Staff - Bob Jordan

www.byzantine-ahrb-centre.ac.uk [cached]

Lyn Rodley, QUB
Lyn Rodley PhD Visiting Professor QUB Dr Lyn Rodley, well known for her work on the rock-cut churches of Cappadocia and for her magisterial introduction to Byzantine art and architecture, has been appointed Helen Waddell Visiting Professor (2003-2006) in the Institute of Byzantine Studies, Queen's University Belfast. As Dr Rodley has done sterling service for Byzantine Studies here in Belfast for many years, we are extremely gratified by this recognition of her time, effort, dedication and scholarship. Dr Rodley is a regular teacher of Byzantine art in Belfast, and author of the Runciman prize-winning Byzantine art and architecture: an introduction (Cambridge University Press, 1994), a systematic introduction to the material culture of the Byzantine empire, from the fourth to the fourteenth centuries. Email: Lyn Rodley Tel: +44 (0) 28 9097 3817


London Art History Society lecturers' biographies

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Dr Lyn Rodley, formerly Helen Waddell Visiting Professor at Queens' University Belfast, is well known for her work on the rock-cut churches of Cappadocia and for her introduction to Byzantine art and architecture, the Runciman prize-winning Byzantine art and architecture: an introduction (Cambridge University Press, 1994), a systematic introduction to the material culture of the Byzantine empire, from the fourth to the fourteenth centuries.


AHRB Centre for Byzantine Cultural History - Staff

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Lyn Rodley, QUB
Visiting Professor


Art & Design Staff - Art & Design Courses London - Morley College

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Lyn Rodley
Lyn teaches our Art History course Byzantine Works of Art & Architecture in Detail


www.theartnewspaper.com

Lyn Rodley considers the relationship between Byzantine theology and the Great Church
by Lyn Rodley | 2 June 2015 Lyn Rodley is an art historian and the author of Byzantine Art and Architecture: an Introduction (1994). She teaches at the Open University and at Morley College, London


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