Georgina Trevelyan-Clark

Georgina Trevelyan-Clark holds a BA (Hons) History of Art and an MA in Renaissance Studies from Birkbeck, University of London. She was awarded the Francis Ames-Lewis prize for her outstanding dissertation on the manipulation of the Babylonian Whore in German Reformation woodcuts.

Georgina is currently working on her doctoral thesis examining the anti-Jewish polemic in Reformation England. Areas of particular interest are the material cultures of the English and German Renaissances; the hagiography of the saints and Giotto's Arena Chapel.