Studies in Iconography

History

"Studies in Iconography" (ISSN 0148-1029) is an annual publication, housed at the Index of Christian Art, Princeton University, since October 1999, dedicated to publishing innovative work on iconography and every aspect of visual culture of the period up to 1600. Past volumes have included articles that have dealt with subjects as diverse as the art of the English parish church, the study of marginal imagery in Gothic manuscripts, and recent approaches to early Christian and Byzantine art. These topics are of current interest and are, like the other studies in the journal, approached from an interdisciplinary, theoretical, or critical perspective by eminent scholars in the field. The journal also includes a number of shorter articles on a variety of themes written by both established and emerging scholars. Reviews of published studies in iconography and art history are included in every volume.

Editors

  • Richard K. Emmerson, Florida State University
  • Pamela A. Patton, Princeton University
  • Kathryn A. Smith, New York University

Book Review Editor

  • Dale Kinney, Bryn Mawr College

Editorial Advisory Board

  • Charles Barber, Princeton University
  • Adelaide Bennett Hagens, Princeton University
  • Annemarie Weyl Carr, Southern Methodist University, Emerita
  • Mark Cruse, Arizona State University
  • William Diebold, Reed College
  • Elina Gertsman, Case Western Reserve University
  • Eva Hoffman, Tufts University
  • Dale Kinney, Bryn Mawr College
  • Katrin Kogman-Appel, Ben Gurion University of the Negev and Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster
  • Mitchell Merback, The Johns Hopkins University
  • Eric Palazzo, Université de Poitiers
  • Beth Williamson, University of Bristol

Submissions

Please see submission guidelines given at the Index of Christian Art.

For guidelines on submitting articles to Medieval Institute Publications, please see our Authors pages.

PRICING, SPECIFICATIONS and contents

See subscription details here.

Contents of volumes published by Medieval Institute Publications.