Stephen M. Wagner

Stephen M. Wagner

Stephen M. Wagner

  • B.A., Emory University
  • M.A., Florida State University
  • Ph.D., University of Delaware
First year at SCAD:
2004

Organizations

Byzantine Studies Association of North America, College Art Association, International Center of Medieval Art, Medieval Academy of America, Southeastern College Art Conference, Southeastern Medieval Association

Publications and presentations

Publications

 

  • "Visual evidence of monastic reform in luxury manuscripts produced at Echternach in the eleventh century," Peregrinations, September, 2009.
  • Review of Encountering Medieval Textiles and Dress: Objects, Texts, Images, New York: Palgrave, 2002, for caareviews.org, September 2006.
  • "The Impact of Silk on Ottonian and Salian Manuscripts," in Proceedings of the Eighth Biennial Symposium of the Textile Society of America, 2003.

Presentations and lectures

 

  • "Continuity and Innovation in 11th-Century Manuscripts Made at Echternach," 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Mich., May 2007.
  • "The Impact of Silk on Ottonian and Salian Manuscripts," Silk Roads, Other Roads, biennial symposium of the Textile Society of America, Northampton, Mass., September 2002.
  • "Luxurious Trappings in the 10th and 11th Centuries: Textiles and Manuscripts and Their Implications for Ottonian Court Culture," 37th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Mich., May 2002.
  • "Theophanu's Gift and the Impact of Byzantine Silk on German Illuminated Manuscripts," Focus on Byzantine Textiles, Dumbarton Oaks workshop, September 2000.

Previous Positions

Stephen M. Wagner's area of specialization is art and architecture of the European Middle Ages, with a special focus on manuscripts produced in France and Germany between the eighth and 11th centuries. He is the coordinator of the art history department's graduate studies program.

Courses Taught

  • ARTH 100 Survey of Western Art I
  • ARTH 281 Ancient Art and Architecture
  • ARTH 282 Medieval Art and Architecture
  • ARTH 335 Early Christian and Byzantine Art and Architecture