Stephanie Wisowaty studies medieval European art and visual culture. Her research focuses on themes of vision and visuality in thirteenth and fourteenth century Italian art such as the connection between sight and memory, the nature of miraculous images and the relationship between corporeal and spiritual sight. She earned her B.A. in Literature at Yale University (2016) and her M.A. at the Courtauld Institute of Art (2017). Stephanie has worked as a museum educator at the Yale University Art Gallery and was a curator of an exhibition there entitled Le Goût du Prince: Art and Prestige in 16th Century France.