Meg Boulton, PhD, FRSA, is a Teaching Fellow in History of Art at the University of Edinburgh, and a lecturer on the ‘Early Medieval’ year course at the V&A Academy. She has studied and taught at the universities of York and Leeds, and has published on a range of topics including medieval art, sculpture and theories of space.
Her publications include the co-edited volumes The Art, Literature and Material Culture of the Medieval World (Fourcourts, 2015), Place and Space in the Medieval World (Routledge Research in Art History, 2018) and All Roads Lead to Rome: The Creation, Context and Transmission of the Codex Amiatinus (Brepols, 2019). She is currently completing a monograph entitled Visualising Jerusalem: Space in Early Medieval Art.
Meg led a study abroad programme to Burgundy for six years.