INTERVIEWS AND ARTICLES
CBS News Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley, interviewed by Faith Salie, for program about gargoyles, October 27, 2019, available on the following links:
The Times (of London), telephone interview, quoted in article, “ Lessons from history as gargoyles protect Segovia Cathedral,” written by Graham Keeley, Spain Correspondent, The Times, published August 31, 2019. http://janettareboldbenton.com/Lessons%20from%20history%20as%20gargoyles%20protect%20Segovia%20Cathedral.pdf
Broadcast of my lecture on Andy Warhol, presented at Tsinghua University, Beijing, 2018, watched by more than 3,600 people. https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/h-2bsou72YW26O85biwNtQ
Spotlight New York, television program on NY1, interviewed by Sharon Johnson about David Hockney exhibition at Metropolitan Museum of Art, aired December 16 and 17, 2017. Video on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/248609817
Washington Post Express, “The Changing Face of Bodies,” article by Sadie Dingfelder, January 12, 2017, with photos, 24.
Holy Terrors: Gargoyles on Medieval Buildings, reviewed by Glen Russell, on Goodreads, posted October 27, 2015, https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1425935735?utm_medium=email&utm_source=rating.
City World Radio, invited guest on “Mia’s World,” hour-long live interview by Mia Berman about my lectures, books, travels, and life, October 22, 2015.
Huffington Post, "Wit and Wisdom from Art Historian Janetta Rebold Benton,” interview by Ellen Dobbyn-Blackmore for article about my lectures at the Schimmel Center for the Arts and other aspects of my work, 2015, with photo. http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/6448342
The Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts Blog, "A Brief Conversation with Dr. Janetta Rebold Benton," interview by Michael Torbet, 2015, with 4 photos. http://schimmelblog.com?p=984
Huffington Post, "Janetta Rebold Benton: Art History Alive at Pace University," interview by Ellen Dobbyn-Blackmore and Andrew Blackmore-Dobbyn for article about my lectures at the Schimmel Center for the Arts and other aspects of my work, 2014, with photo.
The Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts Blog, "Interview with Dr. Janetta Rebold Benton," interview by Michael Torbet, 2014, with photo.
Huffington Post, "Janetta Rebold Benton: Medieval Scholar, Modern Wit," interview by Andrew Blackmore-Dobbyn and Ellen Dobbyn-Blackmore for article about my lectures at the Schimmel Center for the Arts, 2013, with photo.
"Gargoyles Strike a New Pose," interviewed for newspaper article about gargoyles on Oxford University's Bodleian Library, 2007.
Ventura County Star, interviewed for newspaper article on authors of textbooks, 2005.
Battery Park City Broadsheet, interviewed for article on "Splendor of Florence" exhibition, 2004.
Architecture magazine, New York, Special Report on the Applied Brilliance Conference, Sedona, AZ (at which I was an invited speaker), 2001, 89-91, with photo.
Radio interview by Brian Zumhagen, Producer, FATHOM, for a program on gargoyles and architectural ornament. Aired on Studio 360, WNYC FM 93.9, December 23, 2000; archives available at www.studio360.org.
Greenwich Time, interviewed by Claire Bronson, Special Correspondent, for article, "Standing in the Châteaux,"1999, with photo.
New York Times, review of exhibition for which I was Guest Curator, Medieval Monsters: Dragons and Fantastic Creatures," 1995, with photos.
Greenwich Magazine, “Dr. Janetta Rebold Benton’s Legendary Beasts of the Middle Ages: Positively Medieval,” interview by Jane Kendall April 1995, 96-108, with many photos.
Brown University Alumni Monthly, James Reinbold, brief article, "Of Winged Rhinoceroses," 1993.
George Washington Magazine, brief article about my Medieval Menagerie book, 1993.
Greenwich Time, interviewed by Kim Wijkstrom, Special Correspondent, for article, "Book Reflects Use of Animal Art in Middle Ages," 1992, with photo.
Topeka Capital-Journal, Lisa Sodders, Staff Writer, article, "What about a Dragon or Harpie for Pet?" 1992.
Greenwich News, interviewed by Pam Koob for article, "Art Historian Here Escapes Regularly into the Middle Ages," 1987, with photo.