Dr. Neta Bodner
Dr. Neta Bodner is an art historian whose research focuses on medieval religious architecture, examined in conjunction with ceremonies, religious experience, and symbolism. Her PhD examined representations of Jerusalem in Italian Christian religious architecture. She currently studies the architecture of Jewish ritual baths in Germany and France. Dr. Bodner was a postdoctoral fellow in the Beyond the Elite research team (2016-2020), and a Rothschild Yad Hanadiv fellow at the University of Oxford (2018-2019). In fall 2020, she joined the Open University’s senior staff as a lecturer in the History of Art and Architecture.