I’m really excited about this!
My first ever peer reviewed journal article, ‘Embroidery and it’s early medieval audience: a case study of sensory engagement’ has just been published online in World Archaeology. It can be accessed via this link:
Here’s a short abstract: Sensory archaeology is used to access the early medieval ‘mindset’ to explore how people actually engaged with embroidery, as opposed to what it was meant to show/tell. The 10th-century Cuthbert stole & maniple are used as a case study.