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Alana Duggan is a Ph.D. student in art history and visual culture at York University, Toronto. Her research focuses on twelfth-century ecclesiastical architecture in the west country of England, and nineteenth-century Gothic and Romanesque Revival architecture in Canada. She is particularly interested in anomalous architectural features and idiosyncratic motifs characteristic of individual architects. She holds a bachelor of fine arts and a master’s degree in art history from York University.