Dr Heather Pulliam
Dr Pulliam is a Senior Lecturer in History of Art in the University of Edinburgh.
Her fellowship at the Trinity Long Room Hub is in collaboration with the School of Histories and Humanities.
During this fellowship, Dr Pulliam will advance two research projects. The first, ‘The Moving Eye: Art of Early Medieval Britain and Ireland, from 2D to 4D’ uses recent advances in digital imaging to explore how time and movement alter our experience and understanding of the high crosses and related metalwork and manuscripts.
The second project 'In Living Colour: Rethinking Insular and Carolingian Art’ analyses how colour affects visual perception and meaning in artworks such as the Book of Kells.
Dr Pulliam will participate in a Fellow in Focus session on Wednesday, 17 May 2017 at 11am in the Trinity Long Room Hub.