Evan Freeman

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Byzantine Art

Evan Freeman is a PhD candidate whose research interests include Byzantine iconography, liturgical arts and architecture, and material culture, as well as Orthodox receptions of the icon in the twentieth century. He is currently working on his dissertation, “Ritual Object, Ritual Space: Art, Agency, and Performance in the Middle Byzantine Liturgy.” Evan has taught such subjects as Islamic Architecture, Roman Architecture, Introduction to the History of Art (Prehistory to the Renaissance), and Buildings and Power in Italy as a Teaching Fellow at Yale, as well as a course on Orthodox liturgical art and architecture at St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary.