Research Area: Late Antique and Early Byzantine material culture
Advisor: Dr. Lynn Jones
Madison Gilmore-Duffey is a doctoral student working with Dr. Lynn Jones. She studies Late Antique and Early Byzantine material culture. Her research interests include the construction and presentation of identities, boundaries, and visual syncretism.
Madison received her BA in Art History and Religious Studies in 2019 and completed her MA in Art History with a focus in Medieval Studies in 2021 at FSU. As a graduate student, she has contributed an essay and catalog entries for “Ethiopian Art in the David P. Harris Collection, Department of Art History, Kenyon College: Cultural Heritage, Identity, and the Persistence of Form” in Peregrinations: Journal of Medieval Art & Architecture VIII/1 (forthcoming). She was also a student researcher for the exhibition Identity in the Ottoman Empire at the FSU Museum of Fine Arts and a teaching assignment for the accompanying class. Madison has served on a number of committees, including the first Graduate Student Committee in the Byzantine Studies Association of North America (BSANA) (2020-2022) and the Department of Art History’s first Graduate Student Symposium Committee (2020-2021).