Dr. Antje Fehrmann was wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin (Assistentin) atthe Freie Universität in Berlin. She was awarded her PhD degree by theuniversities of Marburg and Warwick University with a dissertation on medieval English royal tombs and chantry chapels from 1066–1509 (Grab und Krone. __Königsgrabmäler im mittelalterlichen England und die posthume Selbstdarstellung der Lancaster_, München/Berlin 2008), with a focus on political representation via tombs in England and France. For her book, she won the dissertation prize of Marburg University.Currently, she is affiliated with Freie Universität Berlin with her habilitation project on competitions in German modern church architecture of the 19th and 20th century. She has widely published on medieval and modern sculpture and architecture (last on the council of Constance and on George Gilbert Scott), with a strong focus on England, and she is an reviewer of H art hist, H soz kult, Church Monuments, The BAA journal and Burlington Magazine.