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Anne-Marie Bouché is Associate Professor of Art History at Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Florida, where she teaches courses on all aspects of Western art and architecture before 1700. She was for nine years Assistant Professor of Western Medieval Art at Princeton University and has taught at Columbia University, C.W. Post University, and Mills College. She also spent several years as a staff lecturer and researcher at The Cloisters Museum in New York. Her scholarship focuses on problems of communication and interpretation through visual language. She is the author of several articles and has co-edited a cross-disciplinary volume of essays, The Minds Eye: Art and Theology in the Middle Ages (Princeton University Press, 2005).