Past Volumes

Past Volumes

Past Volumes

Studies in Iconography


Volume 34 (2013)

Individuals—$25.00/volume
Institutions—$50.00/volume

Articles:

Marius Bratsberg Hauknes, Emblematic Narratives in the Sancta Sanctorum; Rebecca W. Corrie, Sicilian Ambitions Renewed: Illuminated Manuscripts and Crusading Iconography; Heidi C. Gearhart, Work and Prayer in the Fiery Furnace: The Three Hebrews on the Censer of Reiner in Lille and a Case for Artistic Labor; Timothy J. Hunter, "Quid milites pugnantes"? An Early Representation of Chanson de Geste on the Romanesque Frieze of Angoulême Cathedral Reexamined; Madeline H. Caviness, Giving "the Middle Ages" a Bad Name: Blood Punishments in the Sachsenspiegel and Town Lawbooks

Reviews:

Sarit Shalev-Eyni, Jews among Christians: Hebrew Book Illumination from Lake Constance (William Chester Jordan); Paul Hardwick, English Medieval Misericords: The Margins of Meaning (Mailan S. Doquang); Paul Hardwick, ed. The Playful Middle Ages: Meanings of Play and Plays of Meaning; Essays in Memory of Elaine C. Block (Mailan S. Doquang); Mati Meyer, An Obscure Portrait: Imaging Women’s Reality in Byzantine Art (Ioli Kalavrezou); Beat Brenk, The Apse, the Image and the Icon: An Historical Perspective of the Apse as a Space for Images (Charles Barber); Marc Michael Epstein, The Medieval Haggadah: Art, Narrative and Religious Imagination (Ilana Tahan); Leslie Brubaker and Mary B. Cunningham, eds., The Cult of the Mother of God in Byzantium: Text and Images (Maria Vassilaki); Kathryn M. Rudy, Virtual Pilgrimages in the Convent: Imagining Jerusalem in the Late Middle Ages (Henry Luttikhuizen); Svetlana Tomeković, Les saints ermites et moines dans la peinture murale byzantine (Henry Maguire); Aden Kumler, Translating Truth: Ambitious Images and Religious  Knowledge in Late Medieval France and England (Kathryn Smith); Christian Forster, Die Vorhalle als Paradies: Ikonographische Studien zur Bauskulptur der ehemaligen Frauenstiftskirche in Andlau (Michael Curschmann); Sharon E. J. Gerstel and Robert S. Nelson, eds., Approaching the Holy Mountain: Art and Liturgy at St. Catherine’s Monastery in the Sinai (Antony Eastmond); Erik Inglis, Jean Fouquet and the Invention of France: Art and Nation after the Hundred Years War (Sherry C. M. Lindquist); Eliza Garrison, Ottonian Imperial Art and Portraiture: The Artistic Patronage of Otto III and Henry II (Henry Mayr-Harting)

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Volume 33 (2012)

Special Issue: Medieval Art History Today—Critical Terms
Guest Editor: Nina Rowe
Individuals—$25.00/volume
Institutions—$50.00/volume

Articles:
Form:
Heather Pulliam, Color; Stephen Perkinson, Likeness ; Kathryn A. Smith, Margin; Experience: Anne F. Harris, Narrative; Laura Weigert, Performance; David S. Areford, Reception; Alexa Sand, Visuality; Identity: Martha Easton, Feminism; Sherry C. M. Lindquist, Gender; Nina Rowe, Other; Karen Eileen Overbey, Postcolonial; Karl Whittington, Queer; Society: Cecily J. Hilsdale, Gift; Alicia Walker, Globalism; Kirk Ambrose, Influence; Holly Flora, Patronage; Gerald B. Guest; Space; Categorization: Matthew M. Reeve, Gothic; William J. Diebold, Medievalism; Marian Bleeke, Romanesque

Reviews:
Lisbeth Castelnuovo-Tedesco and Jack Soultanian, with contributions by Richard Y. Tayar, Italian Medieval Sculpture in the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Cloisters (Kirk Ambrose); Holly Flora, The Devout Belief of the Imagination: The Paris Meditationes Vitae Christi and Female Franciscan Spirituality in Trecento Italy (Brendan Cassidy); Bissera Pentcheva, The Sensual Icon: Space, Ritual, and the Senses in Byzantium and Maria Vassilaki, ed., The Hand of Angelos: An Icon Painter in Venetian Crete (Rebecca W. Corrie); Paul Williamson, Medieval Ivory Carvings: Early Christian to Romanesque (William J. Diebold); Diane Wolfthal, In and Out of the Marital Bed: Seeing Sex in Renaissance Europe (Rachel Dressler); Dorothy F. Glass, The Sculpture of Reform in Northern Italy ca 1095—1130, History and Patronage of Romanesque Facades (Louis I. Hamilton); Lieve Watteeuw and Jan Van der Stock, eds., The Anjou Bible: A Royal Manuscript Revealed; Naples 1340 (C. M. Kauffmann); Elina Gertsman, The Dance of Death in the Middle Ages: Image, Text, Performance (Nigel F. Palmer); Cynthia J. Brown, The Queen's Library: Image-Making at the Court of Anne of Brittany, 1477—1514 (Pamela Sheingorn); John Block Friedman, Brueghel's Heavy Dancers: Transgressive Clothing, Class and Culture in the Late Middle Ages (Margaret A. Sullivan)

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Volume 32 (2011)

Individuals—$25.00/volume
Institutions—$50.00/volume

Articles:
Debra Higgs Strickland, Antichrist and the Jews in Medieval Art and Protestant Propaganda; Elina Gertsman, Image as Word: Visual Openings, Verbal Imaginings ; Nina Rowe, Pocket Crucifixions: Jesus, Jews, and Ownership in Fourteenth-Century Ivories; Paula Mae Carns, Remembering Floire et Blancheflor: Gothic Secular Ivories and the Arts of Memory; Richard A. Leson, Heraldry and Identity in the Psalter-Hours of Jeanne of Flanders (Manchester, John Rylands Library, MS Lat. 117)

Reviews:
The Bayeux Tapestry: New Interpretations, ed. Martin K. Foys, Karen Eileen Overby, and Dan Terkla (Herbert R. Broderick); Maria Vassilaki, The Painter Angelos and Icon-Painting in Venetian Crete (Maria Evangelatou); Andrew Ladis, Giotto's O: Narrative, Figuration, and Pictorial Ingenuity in the Arena Chapel, and Anne Derbes and Mark Sandona, The Usurer's Heart: Giotto, Enrico Scrovegni, and the Arena Chapel in Padua, and Laura Jacobus, Giotto and the Arena Chapel: Art, Architecture and Experience (Holly Flora); Jean Wirth, Les Marges à drôleries des manuscrits gothiques (1250-1350) (Elizabeth Moore Hunt); Beth Williamson, The Madonna of Humility: Development, Dissemination & Reception, c. 1340-1400 (M. A. Michael); Beate Fricke, Ecce Fides: Die Statue von Conques, Götzendienst und Bildkultur im Westen (Pamela Sheingorn); Ursula Peters, Das Ich im Bild: Die Figur des Autors in volkssprachigen Bilderhandschriften des 13. bis 16 Jahrhunderts (Alison Stones); Stella Papadaki-Oekland, Byzantine Illuminated Manuscripts of the Book of Job: A Preliminary Study of the Miniature Illustrations, Its Origin and Development

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Volume 31 (2010)

Individuals—$25.00/volume
Institutions—$50.00/volume

Articles:

Joanna Cannon, Kissing the Virgin’s Foot: Adoratio before the Madonna and Child Enacted, Depicted, Imagined; Gretchen Kreahling McKay, Illustrating the Gospel of John: The Exegesis of John Chrysostom and Images of the Ancient of Days in Eleventh-Century Byzantine Manuscripts; Ellen K. Rentz, Representing Devotional Economy: Agricultural and Liturgical Labor in the Luttrell Psalter; Penny Howell Jolly, The Wise and Foolish Magdalene, the Good Widow, and Rogier van der Weyden’s Braque Triptych; Linda K. Williams, Dual Messages of Power on the Façade of the Casa Montejo, Mérida, Yucatán

Reviews:

L’artista a Bisanzio e nel mondo cristiano-orientale, ed. Michele Bacci (Kathleen A. Corrigan); Ann Terry and Henry Maguire, Dynamic Splendor: The Wall Mosaics in the Cathedral of Eufrasius at Porec (Deborah M. Deliyannis); Judith H. Oliver, Singing with Angels: Liturgy, Music, and Art in the Gradual of Gisela von Kerssenbrock (Rachel Fulton); Harvey Stahl, Picturing Kingship: History and Painting in the Psalter of Saint Louis (William Chester Jordan); Dorothy M. Shepard, Introducing the Lambeth Bible: A Study of Texts and Imagery (Diane Reilly); Julia C. Walworth, Parallel Narratives: Function and Form in the Munich Illustrated Manuscripts of “Tristan” and “Willehalm von Orlens” (James Rushing)

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Volume 30 (2009)

Individuals—$25.00/volume
Institutions—$50.00/volume

Articles:

Eric M. Ramírez-Weaver, William of Conches, Philosophical Continuous Narration, and the Limited Worlds of Medieval Diagrams; Julia Miller and Laurie Taylor-Mitchell, Humility and Piety: The Annunciation in the Church of Ognissanti in Florence; Jane C. Long, Franciscan Chapel Decoration: The St. Silvester Cycle of Maso di Banco at Santa Croce in Florence; Diana Norman, The Prince and the Bishop: A New Hypothesis for Tabernacle 35 in Siena’s Pinacoteca Nazionale; Matthew G. Shoaf, Eyeing Envy in the Arena Chapel; Timothy McCall, The Gendering of Libertas and the International Gothic: Carlo Crivelli’s Ascoli Annunciation; Patricia Simons, Agostino Carracci’s Obscene Wit in Two Lascivious Prints

Reviews:

Bissera V. Pentcheva, Icons and Power: The Mother of God in Byzantium (Michele Bacci); Robert Hillenbrand, ed., Image and Meaning in Islamic Art, and Bernard O’Kane, ed., The Iconography of Islamic Art: Studies in Honour of Robert Hillenbrand, and Anna Contadini, ed., Arab Painting: Text and Imagery in Illustrated Arabic Manuscripts (Marianna Shreve Simpson); Simone Piazza, Pittura rupestre medievale: Lazio e Campania settentrionale (secoli VI–XIII) (Linda Safran); John F. Moffitt, The Enthroned Corpse of Charlemagne: The Lord-in-Majesty Theme in Early Medieval Art and Life (Matthew Gabriele); Rebecca Rushforth, St Margaret’s Gospel-book: The Favourite Book of an Eleventh-Century Queen of Scots (Jane E. Rosenthal); Katrin Kogman-Appel, Illuminated Haggadot from Medieval Spain: Biblical Imagery and the Passover Holiday (Cynthia Robinson); Gautier de Coinci: Miracles, Music, and Manuscripts, ed. Kathy M. Krause and Alison Stones (Anna Russakoff); Karl Tamburr, The Harrowing of Hell in Medieval England (Richard K. Emmerson); Marilynn Desmond, Ovid’s Art and the Wife of Bath: The Ethics of Erotic Violence (Susan J. Dudash); Jessica Brantley, Reading in the Wilderness: Private Devotion and Public Performance in Late Medieval England (Ann Eljenholm Nichols)

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Volume 29 (2008)

Individuals—$25.00/volume
Institutions—$50.00/volume

Articles:

Kirk Ambrose, Imagining Savage Piety at St.-Paul-de-Varax; Rossitza B. Schroeder, Images of Christ Emmanuel in Karanlık Kilise; Holly Flora, The Charity of the Virgin Mary in the Paris Meditations on the Life of Christ (BnF, ital. 115); Aden Kumler, Faire translater, faire historier: Charles V’s Bible historiale and the Visual Rhetoric of Vernacular Sapience; Marina Vidas, Elizabeth of Bosnia, Queen of Hungary, and the Tomb-Shrine of Saint Simeon in Zadar: Power and Relics in Fourteenth-Century Dalmatia; Meryl Bailey, Salvatrix Mundi: Representing Queen Elizabeth I as a Christ Type; Larry Silver and Henry Luttikhuizen, The Quality of Mercy: Representations of Charity in Early Netherlandish Art

Reviews:

Eunice Dauterman Maguire and Henry Maguire, Other Icons: Art and Power in Byzantine Secular Culture (Maria Parani); Diane J. Reilly, The Art of Reform in Eleventh-Century Flanders: Gerard of Cambrai, Richard of Saint-Vanne and the Saint-Vaast Bible (Richard Gameson); Jane Geddes, The St Albans Psalter: A Book for Christina of Markyate (Patricia Stirnemann); Paul Payan, Joseph: Une image de la paternité dans l’Occident médiéval (Pamela Sheingorn); Véronique Plesch, Painter and Priest: Giovanni Canavesio’s Visual Rhetoric and the Passion Cycle at La Brigue (David S. Areford)

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Volume 28 (2007)

Individuals—$25.00/volume
Institutions—$50.00/volume

Articles:

Dorothy F. Glass, ‘Quo Vadis’: The Study of Italian Romanesque Sculpture at the Beginning of the Third Millennium; Laura E. Cochrane, “The Wine in the Vines and the Foliage in the Roots”: Representations of David in the Durham Cassiodorus; Richard K. Emmerson, A “Large Order of the Whole”: Intertextuality and Interpictoriality in the Hours of Isabella Stuart; Charles S. Buchanan, An Illustrated Romanesque Hagiographic Lectionary (Lucca: Biblioteca Capitolare, Passionario C): Inspiration, Formulation, and Reception; Karl Fugelso, Defining the State in Commedia Miniatures: Pictorial Responses to Dante’s Condemnation of Florence; Penny Howell Jolly, Rogier van der Weyden’s “Pregnant” Magdalene: On the Rhetoric of Dress in the Descent from the Cross

Reviews:

Krone und Schleier: Kunst aus mittelalterlichen Frauenklöstern (Karen Blough); Ingrid Gardill, Sancta Benedicta: Missionarin, Märtyrerin, Patronin: Der Prachtcodex aus dem Frauenkloster Sainte Benoîte in Origny (Judith Oliver); David McKitterick, The Trinity Apocalypse (Trinity College Cambridge, MS R.16.2) (Brent A. Pitts); Robert Mills, Suspended Animation: Pain, Pleasure and Punishment in Medieval Culture (Madeline H. Caviness); Anne-Orange Poilpré, Maiestas Domini: Une Image de l’église en Occident (Ve-IXe siècle) (William J. Diebold); Heather Pulliam, Word and Image in the Book of Kells (Anne-Marie Bouche); Kathryn Starkey, Reading the Medieval Book. Word, Image and Performance in Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Willehalm (Michael Curschmann); Marina Vidas, The Christina Psalter: A Study of the Images and Texts in a French Early Thirteenth-Century Illuminated Manuscript (Elizabeth S. Hudson)

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Volume 27 (2006)

Individuals—$25.00/volume
Institutions—$50.00/volume

Articles:

Elina Gertsman, Pleyinge and Peyntynge: Performing the Dance of Death; Mati Meyer, The Levite’s Concubine: Imaging the Marginal Woman in Byzantine Society; Phillip Jeffrey Guilbeau, Iuxta Iter Scandalum: The “Wayside Stumbling-Block” in Late Medieval Passion Imagery; Anne Leader, Michelangelo’s Last Judgment: The Culmination of Papal Propaganda in the Sistine Chapel; Troy Thomas, An Augustinian Interpretation of Caravaggio’s Calling of St. Matthew

Reviews:

Charlotte Denoël, Saint André: Culte et iconographie en France (Ve–XVe siècles) (Magdalena Carrasco); Laura Weigert, Weaving Sacred Stories: French Choir Tapestries and the Performance of Clerical Identity (Kate Dimitrova); Zeev Weiss, The Sepphoris Synagogue: Deciphering an Ancient Message through its Archaeological and Socio-Historical Contexts (Katrin Kogman-Appel); Katrin Kogman-Appel, Jewish Book Art between Islam and Christianity: The Decoration of Hebrew Bibles in Medieval Spain (Pamela A. Patton); Lucy Freeman Sandler, The Lichtenthal Psalter and the Manuscript Patronage of the Bohun Family (Elizabeth Peterson); Gia Toussaint, Das Passional der Kunigunde von Bshmen: Bildrhetorik und Spiritualität (Pamela Sheingorn); Kathryn A. Smith, Art, Identity and Devotion in Fourteenth-Century England: Three Women and Their Books of Hours (Anne Rudloff Stanton); Maidie Hilmo, Medieval Images, Icons, and Illustrated English Literary Texts from the Ruthwell Cross to the Ellesmere Chaucer (Karla Taylor)

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Volume 26 (2005)

Individuals—$20.00/volume
Institutions—$40.00/volume

Articles:

Marian Bleeke, Sheelas, Sex, and Significance in Romanesque Sculpture: The Kilpeck Corbel Series; Sarit Shalev-Eyni, Iconography of Love: Illustrations of Bride and Bridegroom in Ashkenazi Prayerbooks of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Century; Giovanni Freni, Visual Hagiography and its Context: The Narrative of the Shrine of San Donato; Paul H. D. Kaplan, The Paliotto of the Corpus Domini: A Eucharistic Sculpture for a Venetian Nunnery; Barbara F. Weissberger, Patronage and Politics in the Court of the Catholic Monarchs: The Cancionero de Pedro Marcuello; William R. Levin. “Tanto goffe e mal fatte . . . dette figure si facessino . . . belle”: The Trecento Overdoor Sculptures for the Baptistry in Florence and their Cinquecento Replacements

Reviews:

Jane Hawkes, The Sandbach Crosses. Sign and Significance in Anglo-Saxon Culture (Dorothy Kelly); Andrew H. Hershey, Drawings and Sketches in the Plea Rolls of the English Royal Courts, c. 1200–1300 (Susan L’Engle); C. M. Kauffmann, Biblical Imagery in Medieval England, 700–1550 (Kristine Haney); Richard Marks and Paul Williamson, eds., Gothic Art for England 1400–1547 (Colum Hourihane); Martial Rose and Julia Hedgecoe, Norwich Cathedral Roof Bosses (Victor I. Sherb); Christopher Walter, The Warrior Saints in Byzantine Art and Tradition (Elizabeth Key Fowden); Mahmoud Zibawi, Images de l’Égypte chrétienne: Iconologie copte (Gertrud J. M. van Loon)

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Volume 25 (2004)

Individuals—$20.00/volume
Institutions—$40.00/volume

Articles:

Mark Cruse, Gabriella Parussa, and Isabelle Ragnard, The Aix Jeu de Robin et Marion: Image, Text, Music; Mary D. Edwards, Duccio’s Entry into Jerusalem: A New Interpretation; Katrin Kogman-Appel and Shulamit Laderman, The Sarajevo Haggadah: The Concept of Creatio ex nihilo and the Hermeneutical School Behind It; Barbara Abou-El-Haj, The Structure of Meaning: Architectural Representations in the Later Middle Ages; Barnaby Nygren, Immersed in Things of the Body: Humor and Meaning in an Annunciation by Filippo Lippi; Sarah Stanbury, The Clock in Filippino Lippi’s Annunciation Tondo; Bronwen Wilson, Reproducing the Contours of Venetian Identity in Sixteenth-Century Costume Books

Reviews:

Alcuin Blamires and Gail C. Holian, The Romance of the Rose Illuminated: Manuscripts at the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth (John V. Fleming); Madeline H. Caviness, Visualizing Women in the Middle Ages: Sight, Spectacle, and Scopic Economy (Rachel Dressler); Erica Cruikshank Dodd, The Frescoes of Mar Musa al-Habashi: A Study in Medieval Painting in Syria (Mat Immerzeel); Christa Grössinger, Humour and Folly in Secular and Profane Prints of Northern Europe 1430–1540 (A. E. Wright); Jeffrey F. Hamburger, St. John the Divine: The Deified Evangelist in Medieval Art and Theology (Karen Gould); Mary Coker Joslin and Carolyn Coker Joslin Watson, The Egerton Genesis (Martine Meuwese); Catherine E. Karkov, Text and Picture in Anglo-Saxon England: Narrative Strategies in the Junius 11 Manuscript (Benjamin C. Withers); Susan L’Engle and Robert Gibbs, Illuminating the Law: Legal Manuscripts in Cambridge Collections (Kenneth Pennington); Liselotte E. Saurma-Jeltsch, Spätformen mittelalterlicher Buchherstellung: Bilderhandschriften aus der Werkstatt Diebold Laubers in Hagenau (Michael Curschmann)

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Volume 24 (2003)

Individuals—$20.00/volume
Institutions—$40.00/volume

Articles:

David S. Areford, Introduction: Toward an Archaeology of the Early Printed Image; David S. Areford, The Image in the Viewer’s Hands: The Reception of Early Prints in Europe; Peter Schmidt, The Use of Prints in German Convents of the Fifteenth Century: The Example of Nuremberg; Richard S. Field, A Fifteenth-Century Woodcut of the Death of the Virgin in a manuscript of Der Stachel der Liebe; Wendy R. Larson, Narrative Threads: The Pienza Cope’s Embroidered Vitae and Their Ritual Setting; Leslie C. Jones and Jonathan J. G. Alexander, The Annunciation to the Shepherdess; Laura Weigert Velum Templi: Painted Cloths of the Passion and the Making of Lenten Ritual in Reims

Reviews:

Charles Barber, ed., Theodore Psalter (electronic facsimile), and John Higgitt, The Murthly Hours: Devotion, Literacy and Luxury in Paris, England and the Gaelic West (with CD-ROM) (Hans Brandhorst); Lynette M. F. Bosch, Art, Liturgy and Legend in Renaissance Toledo (Judith Berg Sobré); Celia Chazelle, The Crucified God in the Carolingian Era: Theology and Art of Christ’s Passion (William J. Diebold); Charles Dempsey, Inventing the Renaissance Putto (Sarah Blake McHam); Cynthia Hahn, Portrayed on the Heart: Narrative Effect in Pictorial Lives of Saints from the Tenth through the Thirteenth Century (Sherry L. Reames); Thomas F. Mathews and Alice Taylor, The Armenian Gospels of Gladzor: The Life of Christ Illuminated (Christina Maranci); Carra Ferguson O’Meara, Monarchy and Consent: The Coronation Book of Charles V of France, British Library MS Cotton Tiberius B.VIII (Lynn Ransom); Kathleen L. Scott, gen. ed., An Index of Images in English Manuscripts from the Time of Chaucer to Henry VIII, c. 1380–c. 1509: The Bodleian Library, Oxford, I–III (Adelaide Bennett)

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Volume 23 (2002)

Individuals—$20.00/volume
Institutions—$40.00/volume

Articles:

Gerald B. Guest, The People Demand a King: Visualizing Monarchy in the Psalter of Louis IX; Antonia Holden, The Cultivation of Upper-Class Otium: Two Aquileian “Oratory” Pavements Reconsidered; Virginia Blanton-Whetsell, Imagines Æthelredae: Mapping Hagiographic Representations of Abbatial Power and Religious Patronage; Cristelle L. Baskins, (In)Famous Men: The Continence of Scipio and Formations of Masculinity in Fifteenth-Century Tuscan Domestic Painting; Véronique Plesch, Not Only Against Jews: Antisemitic Iconography and Its Function at La Brigue; Babette Bohn, Esther as a Model for Female Autonomy in Northern Italian Art

Reviews:

Andrea Carlino, Books of the Body: Anatomical Ritual and Renaissance Learning, trans. John Tedeschi and Anne C. Tedeschi (Ynez Violé O’Neill); Adam S. Cohen, The Uta Codex: Art, Philosophy, and Reform in Eleventh-Century Germany (Patrick J. Geary); George Henderson, Vision and Image in Early Christian England (Carol Neuman de Vegvar); Eric Jager, The Book of the Heart (Anne Hagopian van Buren); Katherine Ludwig Jansen, The Making of the Magdalen: Preaching and Popular Devotion in the Later Middle Ages (Judith H. Oliver); John Lowden, The Making of the Bibles Moralisées (Gerald B. Guest); Giorgio Schianchi, ed., Il battistero di Parma: iconografia, iconologia, fonti letterarie (Dorothy F. Glass); Thelma K. Thomas, Late Antique Egyptian Funerary Sculpture: Images for this World and the Next (Christine Kondoleon)

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Volume 22 (2001)

Individuals—$20.00/volume
Institutions—$40.00/volume

Articles:

James J. Paxson, (Re)facing Prosopopeia and Allegory in Contemporary Theory and Iconography; Joyce Kubiski, The Medieval “Home Office”: Evangelist Portraits in the Mount Athos Gospel Book, Stavronikita Monastery, MS 43; Rhonda Knight, Werewolves, Monsters, and Miracles: Representing Colonial Fantasies in Gerald of Wales’s Topographia Hibernica; Felicity Ratté, Re-presenting the Common Place: Architectural Portraits in Trecento Painting; Darrell Davisson, Magian Ars Medica, Liturgical Devices, and Eastern Influences in the Medici Palace Chapel; Kathryn M. Rudy, A Pilgrim’s Book of Hours: Addendum

Reviews:

Cristelle L. Baskins, Cassone Painting, Humanism, and Gender in Early Modern Italy (Marina Vidas); Joanna Cannon and André Vauchez, Margherita of Cortona and the Lorenzetti: Sienese Art and the Cult of a Holy Woman in Medieval Tuscany (Katherine L. Jansen); Carol Farr, The Book of Kells: Its Function and Audience (Mildred Budny); Calvin B. Kendall, The Allegory of the Church: Romanesque Portals and their Verse Inscriptions (Kirk Ambrose); Sara Lipton, Images of Intolerance: The Representation of Jews and Judaism in the Bible moralisée (Suzanne Lewis); Ruth Mellinkoff, Antisemitic Hate Signs in Hebrew Illuminated Manuscripts from Medieval Germany (Achim Timmermann); Mitchell B. Merback, The Thief, the Cross and the Wheel: Pain and the Spectacle of Punishment in Medieval and Renaissance Europe (Marla Carlson); Jacqueline Marie Musacchio, The Art and Ritual of Childbirth in Renaissance Italy (Marina Vidas); Miri Rubin, Gentile Tales: The Narrative Assault on Late Medieval Jews (Achim Timmermann)

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Volume 21 (2000)

Individuals—$20.00/volume
Institutions—$40.00/volume

Articles:

Michael Curschmann, Marcolf or Aesop? The Question of Identity in Visio-Verbal Contexts; Magdalena Elizabeth Carrasco, The Construction of Sanctity: Pictorial Hagiography and Monastic Reform in the First Illustrated Life of St. Cuthbert; Rachel Dressler, Cross-legged Knights and Signification in English Medieval Tomb Sculpture; Lorraine Kochanske Stock, Froissart’s Chroniques and Its Illustrators: Historicity and Ficticity in the Verbal and Visual Imaging of Charles VI’s Bal des Ardents; Linda A. Koch, The Altar-Shrine of Santa Fina: Local Sainthood and Church Authority in Quattrocento San Gimignano; Kathryn M. Rudy, A Pilgrim’s Book of Hours: Stockholm Royal Library A233

Reviews:

Bernadine Barnes, Michelangelo’s Last Judgment: The Renaissance Response (Bronwen Wilson); Michael Camille, Mirror in Parchment: The Luttrell Psalter and the Making of Medieval England (Lucy Freeman Sandler); C. Jean Campbell, The Game of Courting and the Art of the Commune of San Gimignano, 1290–1320 (William Cook); Paul Edward Dutton and Herbert L. Kessler, The Poetry and Paintings of the First Bible of Charles the Bald (Melanie Holcomb); Marc Michael Epstein, Dreams of Subversion in Medieval Jewish Art and Literature (Diane Wolfthal); Lynn F. Jacobs, Early Netherlandish Carved Altarpieces 1380–1550: Medieval Tastes and Mass Marketing (Hans J. Van Miegroet); Jean C. Wilson, Painting in Bruges at the Close of the Middle Ages: Studies in Society and Visual Culture (Hans J. Van Miegroet)

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Volume 20 (1999)

Individuals—$15.00/volume
Institutions—$35.00/volume

Articles:

Paul Binski, The English Parish Church and Its Art in the Later Middle Ages: A Review of the Problem; Nina Chichinadze, The True Cross Reliquaries of Medieval Georgia; Pamela A. Patton, The Capitals of San Juan de la Peña: Narrative Sequence and Monastic Spirituality in the Romanesque Cloister; Catherine Brown Tkacz, Susanna as a Type of Christ; Ronald B. Herzman, “Visibile Parlare”: Dante’s Purgatorio 10 and Luca Signorelli’s San Brizio Frescoes; Yona Pinson, Folly and Vanity in Bruegel’s Dulle Griet: Proverbial Metaphors and their Relationship to Bosch’s Imagery

Reviews:

Anne Derbes, Picturing the Passion in Late Medieval Italy: Narrative Painting, Franciscan Ideologies, and the Levant (Vicki L. Hamblin); Jeffrey F. Hamburger, Nuns as Artists: The Visual Culture of a Medieval Convent (Joanna E. Ziegler); Henry Maguire, The Icons of their Bodies: Saints and their Images in Byzantium (William J. Diebold); Jill M. Ricketts, Visualizing Boccaccio: Studies on Illustrations of The Decameron, from Giotto to Pasolini (William McClellan); Lucy Freeman Sandler, Omne Bonum: A Fourteenth-Century Encyclopedia of Universal Knowledge (Kathryn Kerby-Fulton); James M. Saslow, The Medici Wedding of 1589: Florentine Festival as Theatrum Mundi (Cristelle L. Baskins); Evelyn S. Welch, Art and Authority in Renaissance Milan (Jonathan B. Riess)

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Volume 19 (1998)

Individuals—$15.00/volume
Institutions—$35.00/volume

Articles:

Benjamin David, Pope-Henessy, Derrida, and “Literary Residue” in Visual Images: The Case of Sassetta’s Borgo San Sepolcro Altarpiece; John B. Wickstrom, Gregory the Great’s “Life of St. Benedict” and the Illustrations of Abbot Desiderius II; Meredith Parsons Lillich, St. Memmie, Apostle of Châlons, and Other Bishop Saints in the Gothic Windows of Châlons Cathedral; Beth Williamson, The Virgin Lactans as Second Eve: Image of the Salvatrix; James J. Paxson, The Nether-Faced Devil and the Allegory of Parturition; Lee Anne Wilson, Survival, Resistance, and Acculturation: Guaman Poma’s Use of Costume and Textile Imagery

Review Essay:

Leslie Abend Callahan, “Imagining Death: Three Recent Books on Death in/and the Middle Ages” (reviewing Paul Binski, Medieval Death: Ritual and Representation; Michael Camille, Master of Death: The Lifeless Art of Pierre Remiet, Illuminator; Ann Tukey Harrison, ed., The Danse Macabre of Women: Ms. fr. 995 of the Bibliothèque Nationale)

Reviews:

Huston Diehl, Staging Reform, Reforming the Stage: Protestantism and Popular Theater in Early Modern England (Marc Geisler); Claire Farago, ed., Reframing the Renaissance: Visual Culture in Europe and Latin America 1450–1650 (Laura J. Crary); Michael Koortbojian, Myth, Meaning, and Memory on Roman Sarcophagi (Peter J. Holliday); Irving Lavin, ed., Meaning in the Visual Arts: Views from the Outside. A Centennial Commemoration of Erwin Panofsky (1892–1968) (Charles Burroughs); Suzanne Lewis, Reading Images: Narrative Discourse and Reception in the Thirteenth-Century Illuminated Apocalypse (Rosemary Muir Wright); Ellen D. Reeder, ed., Pandora: Women in Classical Greece (Christine M. Havelock)

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Volume 18 (1997)

Individuals—$15.00/volume
Institutions—$35.00/volume

Articles:

Lucy Freeman Sandler, The Study of Marginal Imagery: Past, Present, and Future; Jonathan J. G. Alexander, Art History, Literary History, and the Study of Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts; Joan A. Holladay, Relics, Reliquaries, and Religious Women: Visualizing the Holy Virgins of Cologne; Paul F. Reichardt, “Several Illuminations, Coarsely Executed”: The Illustrations of the Pearl Manuscript; Yael Even, Daphne (Without Apollo) Reconsidered: Some Disregarded Images of Sexual Pursuit in Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art; Judith W. Mann, Caravaggio and Artemisia: Testing the Limits of Caravaggism; Mason Tung, From Theory to Practice: A Study of the Theoretical Bases of Peacham’s Emblematic Art

Reviews:

Marilynn Desmond, Reading Dido: Gender, Textuality, and the Medieval “Aeneid” (Brigitte Buettner); Elaine Fantham, Helene Peet Foley, Natalie Boymel Kampen, Sarah B. Pomeroy, and H. Alan Shapiro, Women in the Classical World: Image and Text (Eleanor Winsor Leach); Mary Weitzel Gibbons, Giambologna: Narrator of the Catholic Reformation (John M. Hunisak); Edwin Hall, The Arnolfini Betrothal: Medieval Marriage and the Enigma of Van Eyck’s Double Portrait (Diana G. Scillia); Christine Kondoleon, Domestic and Divine: Roman Mosaics in the House of Dionysos (Diane Favro); Jonathan B. Riess, The Renaissance Antichrist: Luca Signorelli’s Orvieto Frescoes (Marjorie Reeves); Gerard Rooijakkers, Lène Dresen-Coenders, and Margreet Geerdes, eds., Duivelsbeelden: Een cultuurhistorische speurtocht door de Lage Landen (Walter S. Gibson); Claire Richter Sherman, Imaging Aristotle: Verbal and Visual Representation in Fourteenth-Century France (Kathryn A. Smith); Martin Stevens and Daniel Woodward, eds., The Ellesmere Chaucer: Essays in Interpretation (Robert W. Hanning); African Zion: The Sacred Art of Ethiopia (Thelma K. Thomas); Les Heures de Nuremberg: Reproductions intégrale du calendrier et des images du manuscrit Solger 4.4o de la Stadtbibliothek de Nuremberg (Adelaide Bennett); Painting and Illumination in Early Renaissance Florence, 1300–1450 and The Painted Page: Italian Renaissance Book Illustration, 1450–1550 (Edith W. Kirsch)

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Volume 17 (1996)

Individuals—$15.00/volume
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Articles:

Lois Drewer, Recent Approaches to Early Christian and Byzantine Iconography; Karl Sandin, Salvation, Correctness, and Healing: Aspects of the Reception of a Sixth-Century Jonah Pyxis in St. Petersburg; Kathleen Nolan, “Ploratus et Ululatus”: The Mothers in the Massacre of the Innocents at Chartres Cathedral; Sharon Farmer, Feminine Folly, Burgher Calculation, and Anti-Communal Rhetoric in Thirteenth-Century Tours; Anne Rudloff Stanton, La Geneologye Comence: Kinship and Difference in the Queen Mary Psalter; William R. Levin, Advertising Charity in the Trecento: The Public Decorations of the Misericordia in Florence; Nell Gifford Martin, Vision and Violence in Some Gothic Meditative Imagery; Martha W. Driver, The Illustrated de Worde: An Overview

Reviews:

Mieke Bal and Inge E. Boer, eds., The Point of Theory: Practices of Cultural Analysis (Dhira Mahoney, Corine Schleif, Debora Schwartz, Juliann Vitullo); Jane Chance, Medieval Mythography: From Roman North Africa to the School of Chartres, AD 433–1177 (Marilynn Desmond); Kathleen Corrigan, Visual Polemics in the Ninth-Century Byzantine Psalters (Catherine Brown Tkacz); Sandra Hindman, Sealed in Parchment: Rereadings of Knighthood in the Illuminated Manuscripts of Chrétien de Troyes (Sylvia Huot); Marcia A. Kupfer, Romanesque Wall Painting in Central France: The Politics of Narrative (Barbara Abou-El-Haj); Keith Moxey, The Practice of Theory: Poststructuralism, Cultural Politics, and Art History (Marc Geisler); Ann Eljenholm Nichols, Seeable Signs: The Iconography of the Seven Sacraments 1350–1544 (Kathleen Ashley); Roelef van Straten, An Introduction to Iconography: Symbols, Allusions, and Meaning in the Visual Arts (Brendan Cassidy)

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Volume 16 (1994)

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Institutions—$35.00/volume

Articles:

Cristelle L. Baskins, Gender Trouble in Italian Renaissance Art History: Two Case Studies; Genevra Kornbluth, Susanna and Saint Eligius: Romanesque Reception of a Carolingian Jewel; John B. Wickstrom, Text and Image in the Making of a Holy Man: An Illustrated Life of Saint Maurus of Glanfeuil (MS Vat. Lat. 1202); Martha Easton, Saint Agatha and the Sanctification of Sexual Violence; Leslie Abend Callahan, The Torture of Saint Apollonia: Deconstructing Fouquet’s Martyrdom Stage; Peter F. Lynch, Narratives of Marginalization: De-Centering Women in Tuscan Domestic Painting ca. 1500; Brian D. Steele, The Humblest Prophet: The Infant Baptist in Venice ca. 1500; Anne Reynolds, Ambiguities of Apollo and Marsyas: Francesco Berni and His First Published Work, Dialogo Contra I Poeti

Reviews:

Jonathan J. G. Alexander, Medieval Illuminators and Their Methods of Work (Martha W. Driver); Brendan Cassidy, ed., Iconography at the Crossroads (Ann Roberts); Sylvia Huot, The Romance of the Rose and its Medieval Readers: Interpretation, Reception, Manuscript Transmission (Michael Camille); Thomas F. Mathews, The Clash of Gods: A Reinterpretation of Early Christian Art (Dale Kinney); Ruth Mellinkoff, Outcasts: Signs of Otherness in Northern European Art of the Late Middle Ages (Diane Wolfthal)

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Volume 15 (1993)

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Articles:

Jonathan J. G. Alexander, Iconography and Ideology: Uncovering Social Meanings in Western Medieval Christian Art; Nancy B. Black, The Language of the Illustrations of Chrétien de Troyes’s Le Chevalier au Lion (Yvain); Vida J. Hull, The Sex of the Savior in Renaissance Art: The Revelations of Saint Bridget and the Nude Christ Child in Renaissance Art; Cristelle L. Baskins, Donatello’s Bronze David: Grillanda, Goliath, Groom?; Liana De Girolami Cheney, Vasari’s Pictorial Musing on the Muse: The Chamber of Apollo of the Casa Vasari; Karen Pinkus, Philology and Emblems: A Murder Case; Gary M. Bouchard, “Stayed Steps”: Colin Clout’s Slow Hastening into Riper Years; Renée Hannaford Ramsey, The Poet as Art Critic: Identity and Representation in Marvell’s “The Gallery”; Christiane Hertel, Disruption and Entanglement: Maenadism in William Holman Hunt’s The Lady of Shalott and Max Klinger’s Temptation

Reviews:

Brendan Cassidy, ed., The Ruthwell Cross (Carol Neuman de Vegvar); Michael Camille, Image on the Edge: The Margins of Medieval Art (Madeline H. Caviness); William M. Voelkle and Roger S. Wieck, The Bernard H. Breslauer Collection of Manuscript Illustrations (Adelaide Bennett)

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