Emma Rose Barber
Emma Rose Barber is an art historian who has been teaching and lecturing for 25 years.
She was head of history of art at the British Institute of Florence from 2003-2006 and has subsequently been teaching at SOAS, the Open University, the University of Oxford, department of continuing education (both online and face to face), the Highgate Literary and Scientific Institute and is the specialist medievalist at Morley College.
She also lectures on a wide variety of art historical subjects. Currently she is writing a book called 111 Churches that you Shouldn’t Miss in London. She is also researching for another book called A Cultural History of Wayfaring.