Amanda received a B.A. in Art History from the University of Arizona before pursuing her specialization in medieval architecture during a Fulbright grant in Spain. Based in Madrid, she carried out research on the modern restorations of medieval churches in Castile. She returned from Spain to complete an M.A. in Art History at Southern Methodist University, after which she served for three years as the assistant curator of the Meadows Museum there. Amanda received her doctorate degree from the Courtauld Instiute of Art in December 2015 completing the thesis “San Quirce de Burgos: Reframing Romanesque Architecture in Castile,” co-supervised by Prof. John Lowden and Dr. Therese Martin.




Selected Publications

  • Fernando Gallego and His Workshop: The Altarpiece from Ciudad Rodrigo – Paintings from the Collection of the University of Arizona Museum of Art, eds. Amanda W. Dotseth, Barbara C. Anderson and Mark A. Roglán, London, 2008.
  • “From Spain to Texas: The Meadows Museum and the Formation of Spanish Art Collections in the United States of America,”Quintana 7 (2008), 59-90.