University of Rochester
David Walsh

David Walsh

PhD, University of Minnesota, 1974
Professor of Art History and of History
david.walsh@rochester.edu

Department of Art & Art History
414 Morey Hall
(585) 275-4285

  • Interests:
  • Monastic art and archeology
  • Medieval ecclesiastical architecture
  • The medieval house
  • The transmission of information in the Middle Ages
  • Medieval church furniture
  • Antiquarian views of medieval architecture in England
  • Selected Publications:
  • "Reconstructions of the Mill Buildings" In A Medieval Industrial Complex and its Landscape: The Metalworking, Watermills, and Workshops of Bordesley Abbey. Ed. G.G. Astill. York: Council for British Archeology Research Report, 1993
  • "Regionalism and Localism in Early Cistercian Architecture in England." Arte Medievale, II, 8 n.1, vol. 2, pp. 103-112, with N.W. Alcock
  • "Architecture of Cowdery's Down: a Reconsideration," Archeological Journal, 150 (1993), 403-409
  • "The Excavations of Cluny III by K.J. Conant," Le gouvernement d'Hugues de Semur a Cluny
  • Actes du Colloque scientifique internationale, Cluny, 1988, pp. 317-334
  • "The Iconography of the Bronze Doors of Barisanus of Trani." Gesta, XXI/2, 91-106
  • Courses:
  • AH 106 Introduction to Archeology
  • AH 137 Introduction to Modern Architecture
  • AH 150 Introduction to Architecture
  • AH 172 Concepts in Introductory 2D
  • AH 236 Art & Culture of Eastern Christianity
  • AH 238 Romanesque Europe
  • AH 239 Gothic Europe
  • AH 240 British Art of the Middle Ages
  • AH 242 Barbarian Europe
  • AH 248 The Arts of Chivalry (Seminar)
  • AH 362 Seminar in Western Monasticism