Professor Sandy Heslop, who joined the School in 1976, is an expert on the art and architecture of medieval England. His overarching interest is in making and its place in human culture. Humans use objects of all kinds (natural and manufactured) for practical purposes but also to structure our understanding and our identities. Most of Heslop’s research and teaching has focused on analyzing the relationship between people and things, and the role of imagination in the creation and reception of artefacts.


B.A. History of Art; Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London (1971)

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