Dr Meg Boulton studied Fine Art as an Undergraduate, and completed her doctorate in Art History in 2013. Since then she has taught at various Institutions, including the Department of Continuing Education at Oxford, the University of Leeds and the V & A. Research interests include: Sculpture, space, theories of viewing and reader reception/s. She has special interests in theory and in a transhistorical practice of the History of Art. She has published widely on topics including early Medieval Art, Inuit Sculpture and the writings of Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick and is currently completing a monograph titled Visualising Jerusalem: Space in Early English Medieval Art. She is also developing a longer term research project called Living in the Vitrine: Animals, Art, and the Anthropocene.