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Natalie Anderson Rathwell is currently a doctoral student in art history and visual culture at York University. She holds a master’s and bachelor’s degree in art history from Carleton University. Her main areas of interest are nineteenth-century religious architecture in Canada, medieval architecture, and multisensory perception in religious spaces, including issues of synaesthesia. In her doctoral dissertation, she intends to examine churches designed by Canadian architect Alexander C. Hutchison through the lens of sensory studies.