Studies in Iconography

Studies in Iconography

Studies in Iconography

ISSN 0148-1029

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Current Volume

Volume 35 (2014)



Daniel McCarthy, The Illustration and Text on the Book of Kells, Folio 114rv; Anastasia Drandaki, A Maniera greca: Content, Context, and Transformation of a Term; Michele Bacci, Veneto-Byzantine "Hybrids": Towards a Reassessment; Charles Barber, Out of Sight: Painting and Perception in Fourteenth-Century Byzantium; Jennifer M. Feltman, Charlemagne’s Sin, the Last Judgment, and the New Theology of Penance at Chartres; Dalia-Ruth Halperin, The Sarajevo Haggadah Creation Cycle and the Nahmanides School of Theosophical-Kabbalah; Jacopo Gnisci, The Dead Christ on the Cross in Ethiopian Art: Notes on the Iconography of the Crucifixion in Twelfth- to Fifteenth-Century Ethiopia


Mark Cruse, Illuminating the "Roman d’Alexandre," Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Bodley 264: The Manuscript as Monument (Elizabeth Moore Hunt); Roberta Milliken, Ambiguous Locks: An Iconology of Hair in Medieval Art and Literature (Karen Winstead); Sherry C. M. Lindquist, ed., The Meanings of Nudity in Medieval Art (Richard A. Leson); Christian Heck, Le "Ci nous dit": L'Image médiévale et la culture des laïcs au XIVe siècle; Les enluminures du manuscrit de Chantilly (Mark Cruse); Katrin Kogman-Appel, A Mahzor from Worms: Art and Religion in a Medieval Jewish Community (Evelyn M. Cohen); Karen Eileen Overbey, Sacral Geographies, Saints, Shrines and Territory in Medieval Ireland (Paul Mullarkey); Meredith Parsons Lillich, The Gothic Stained Glass of Reims Cathedral      (Sarah Brown); Charles Dempsey, The Early Renaissance and Vernacular Culture (Manu Radhakrishnan); Hélène Millet and Claudia Rabel, La Vierge au manteau du Puy-en-Velay: Un chef-d’oeuvre méconnu du gothique international (vers 1400–1410) (Elina Gertsman); Virginia Reinburg, French Books of Hours: Making an Archive of Prayer, c. 1400–1600 (Margaret M. Manion); Kathryn A. Smith, The Taymouth Hours: Stories and the Construction of the Self in Late Medieval England (Margaret M. Manion); Warren T. Woodfin, The Embodied Icon: Liturgical Vestments and Sacramental Power in Byzantium (Henry Schilb); Therese Martin, ed., Reassessing the Roles of Women as ‘Makers’ of Medieval Art and Architecture (Fiona Griffiths); Donna Sadler, Reading the Reverse Façade of Reims Cathedral: Royalty and Ritual in Thirteenth-Century France (Meredith Cohen); Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, Maidie Hilmo, and Linda Olson, Opening Up Middle English Manuscripts: Literary and Visual Approaches (Don C. Skemer); Michelle A. Erhardt and Amy M. Morris, eds., Mary Magdalene: Iconographic Studies from the Middle Ages to the Baroque (Penny Howell Jolly); Max Seidel, Father and Son: Nicola and Giovanni Pisano (Anita Moskowitz); Alicia Walker, The Emperor and The World: Exotic Elements and the Imaging of Middle Byzantine Imperial Power, Ninth to Thirteenth Centuries C.E. (Christina Maranci); Pamela A. Patton,Art of Estrangement: Redefining Jews in Reconquest Spain (Rose Walker); Kristin B. Aavitsland, Imagining the Human Condition in Medieval Rome: The Cistercian Fresco Cycle at Abbazia delle Tre Fontane (Serena Romano); Cynthia Hahn, Strange Beauty: Issues in the Making and Meaning of Reliquaries, 400-circa 1204 (Carolyn M. Carty); Henry Maguire, Nectar and Illusion: Nature in Byzantine Art and Literature (Charles Barber); Goldene Pracht: Mittelalterliche Schatzkunst in Westfalen, Edited by Holger Kempkens, Hartmut Krohm, et al (Anne Heath); Lilla Kopár, Gods and Settlers: The Iconography of Norse Mythology in Anglo-Scandinavian Sculpture (Amy R. Miller); Timothy B. Smith and Judith B. Steinhoff, eds., Art as Politics in Late Medieval and Renaissance Siena (Matthew G. Shoaf); Eléonore Fournié, L’iconographie de la Bible historiale(Alison Stones); Christian Heck, ed., L’allégorie dans l’art du Moyen Âge: Formes et fonctions; Héritages, creations, mutations (Cordelia Warr); Federico Botana, The Works of Mercy in Italian Medieval Art (c. 1050 – c. 1400) (Ivan Gerat); Elizabeth Valdez del Álamo , Palace of the Mind: The Cloister of Silos and Spanish Sculpture of the Twelfth Century (Jennifer S. Alexander); Rosenkränze und Seelengärten: Bildung und Frömmigkeit in niedersächsischen Frauenklöstern, Edited by Britta-Juliane Kruse (Corine Schleif)

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