Jessica Savage, Reader at the Index of Christian Art at Princeton University, holds a B.F.A. from Pratt Institute (‘06), where she majored in Painting and minored in the History of Art. After an internship with the Brooklyn Museum in the Prints, Drawings and Photographs department, she earned her M.Litt. in the History of Art and Connoisseurship from Christie’s Education in London, a division of the University of Glasgow. Her master’s thesis investigated the imagery of late medieval pilgrimage art, relics and souvenirs in England, and she contributed an entry on Margery Kempe to the recently published Encyclopedia of Medieval Pilgrimage (Brill, 2009). Jessica was a most recently a cataloguer at Bloomsbury Auctions, New York where she delivered three of their most successful sales of manuscripts and fine printed books in 2009. She has also been an editor for the Art Sales Index for French and Italian sales. Her scholarly interests include medieval manuscript and early print culture, centers of production, especially Prague, manuscript illumination, medieval literature, and language. At the Index of Christian Art her work will focus on the digital cataloguing of illuminated manuscripts from the Morgan Library.