Ruth Ezra is Lecturer in the School of Art History at the University of St Andrews, where she specialises in the art of northern Europe, 1400-1750. She is most curious about techniques and materials, workshop practices, and feedback loops between process and form. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Renaissance Quarterly, Sculpture Journal, Nuncius, and Source.
After completing her PhD at Harvard University, Ruthie served as a Postdoctoral Scholar with the USC Society of Fellows in the Humanities. From 2022-23 she will be a NOMIS fellow at eikones, Universität Basel, working on the project Leaves of Glass: Mica between art and science in early modern England.