2015/16, Professor Lawrence Nees (Professor of Medieval Art & Department Chair, Department of Art History, University of Delaware, Reading and Seeing: The Beginnings of Book Illumination and the Modern Discourse on Ethnicity Click to watch full lecture.

2014/2015, Professor Holger A Klein (Professor of Art History and Archaeology & Department Chair, Department of Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University)
Art, Faith, and Politics in Late Medieval Venice Click to watch full lecture.
2013/2014, Professor Robert Nelson (Robert Lehman Professor, Department of the History of Art, Yale University)
Patriarchal Lectionaries of Constantinople
2012/2013, Dr. Helen C. Evans (Mary and Michael Jaharis Curator for Byzantine Art, The Department of Medieval Art and The Cloisters, The Metropolitan Museum of Art)
“Sailing to Byzantium”: Understanding a Lost Empire
2011/2012, Professor Henry Maguire (Department of the History of Art, Johns Hopkins University) 
Meadows of Delight: Metaphor and Denial in Byzantine and Western Mediaeval Art

2010/2011, Prof. Lucy Freeman Sandler (Helen Gould Sheppard Professor of Art History Emerita, New York University.)
The Bohuns and their Books: Illuminated Manuscripts for Aristocrats in Fourteenth-Century England

2009/2010, Barbara Drake Boehm (Curator, Department of Medieval Art and The Cloisters, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)
The Count of Clermont and the Case of Conques: Unravelling Some Mysteries of Medieval Enamelling

2008/2009, Prof. Madeline Caviness(Mary Richardson Professor Emeritus, Tufts University)
The Sachsenspiegel Law Books:  Working to put Women and Jews “in their Place.”

2007/2008, Prof. Ilene H. Forsyth (Professor Emerita, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
Moissac: The Sacred and the Secular in the Sculpture of the South Portal

2006/2007, Prof. Anne D. Hedeman (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Visual Translation in Fifteenth-century France: Laurent de Premierfait and Boccaccio

2005/2006, Prof. Annemarie Weyl Carr (Southern Methodist University)
Cyprus and Jerusalem’s Long Shadow: Building Holy Sepulchres in the Holy Isle

2004/2005, Prof. Dorothy Glass (Richard Krautheimer Guest Professor, Bibliotheca Hertziana, Rome)
Fabrication and Self-Representation: The Benedictine Abbey at Nonantola in ca. 1100

2003/2004, Prof. Elizabeth Sears (University of Michigan)
‘False Work’: Craft Ethics and the Critical Eye in Medieval Paris

2001/2002, Prof. Paula Gerson (Florida State University)
Reconsidering Abbot Suger’s Great Cross

2000/2001, Prof. Dale Kinney (Bryn Mawr)
The Horse and the Cuckoo: Narrating Marcus Aurelius

1999/2000, Dr. Charles Little (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Kingship and Justice: Reflections on some rediscovered sculptures from the circle of Frederick II Hohenstaufen