Dr. Elliott's research focuses on 14th-century Italian church decoration and art patronage in Southern Italy under the first four rulers of the Angevin monarchy (1266-1382). Her interests relate to kingship and queenship, circles of art patronage and prosopography across the kingdom. She co-edited the highly-acclaimed book, The Church of Santa Maria Donna Regina: Art, Iconography and Patronage in Fourteenth-Century Naples, 2004, and Import/Export: Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in the Kingdom of Naples, 1266-1713 - Special Issue of Art History 31, 4 (2008). Dr. Elliott is a proponent and practitioner of Digital Art History. She has used ArcGIS to create ground plans of churches and maps of their towns. Her website, Mapping Angevin Southern Italy: Royal and Aristocratic Church Patronage, offers information on patrons and artworks with relevant bibliography for several churches in Naples and the Kingdom of Naples.