Darrelyn Gunzburg holds a PhD, History of Art (2014) from the University of Bristol, and a BA Hons (Open) (2006) from the Open University). is a professional consulting and teaching astrologer and co-principal of Astro Logos, an astrological school dedicated to the education and qualification of practicing astrologers. (www.AstroLogos.co.uk). She is also a permanent part-time member of staff at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (School of Archaeology, History and Anthropology) as the medieval art historian teaching on the MA in Cultural Astronomy and Astronomy and supervising MA dissertation students. Her doctoral thesis was entitled ‘Giotto’s Salone: an astrological investigation into the fresco scheme of the first floor Salone of the Palazzo della Ragione’. She has also written extensively for The Art Book (Wiley-Blackwell) and Cassone: The International Online Magazine of Art and Art Books. From Oct 2010-Jan 2015 Darrelyn taught medieval art and medieval history for the Department of History of Art at the University of Bristol.
Darrelyn’s astrological publications include: Life After Grief: An Astrological Guide to Dealing with Loss (2004), AstroGraphology (2009), and Restoring The Heavens to Astrology (2010) (with Bernadette Brady).
Darrelyn’s academic publications include:
” The Imagined Sky: cultural perspectives, Sheffield: Equinox Publishing (forthcoming 2015);
“Giotto’s Sky: The fresco paintings of the first floor Salone of the Palazzo della Ragione, Padua, Italy’, Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture 7, no. 4 (2013): 407-433;
“The Perugia Fountain: An Encyclopaedia of Sky, Culture and Society’, in Sky and Symbol, edited by Nicholas Campion and Liz Greene, 103-118. Ceredigion: Sophia Centre Press, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, 2013;
“How Do Astrologers Read Charts?’, in Astrologies: Plurality and Diversity, edited by Nicholas Campion and Liz Greene, 181-200. Ceredigion: Sophia Centre Press, University of Wales, Trinity Saint David, 2011;
“Looking Back: The Transgression of Social Codes Explored through the Direct Gaze in Fra Angelico’s San Marco Altarpiece When Compared with Madonna and Child with Eight Saints’, St Andrews Journal of Art History and Museum Studies 14 (2010), 31-44.