Marguerite Keane is a specialist in medieval art. Her research focuses on Gothic manuscript painting, in particular books of hours created for female patrons in late medieval France. Her current project is a study of how family ties affected patronage choices by women in the fourteenth century. She has an M.A. in art history from Williams College, and her doctorate in art history was earned at the University of California, Santa Barbara. At Drew she teaches medieval, Islamic, and classical art.
- “‘Next Best and Most Beautiful’: Value in the Collection of a Medieval Queen,” Journal of Medieval History [forthcoming 2008].
- “Louis IX, Louis X, Louis of Navarre: Family Ties and Political Ideology in the Hours of Jeanne of Navarre,” Visual Resources XX (March 2004).