Studies in Iconography

Studies in Iconography

Studies in Iconography

ISSN 0148-1029

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Current Volume

Volume 36 (2015)

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Articles:

Faith Wallis, What a Medieval Diagram Shows: A Case Study of Computus ; Barbara Obrist, The Physical and the Spiritual Universe: Infernus and Paradise in Medieval Cosmography and Its Visual Representations (Seventh – Fourteenth Century); Doron Bauer, Milk as Templar Apologetics in the St. Bernard of Clairvaux Altarpiece from Majorca

Review Articles:

Bente Kiilerich, The State of Early Christian Iconography in the Twenty-First Century; Dorothy H. Verkerk, Medieval Irish Art History; Karl F. Morrison, Witnessing Iconoclasm: Two Recent Books 

Reviews:

Joanna Cannon, Religious Poverty, Visual Riches, Art in the Dominican Churches of Central Italy in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries (Serena Romano); Joyce Coleman, Mark Cruse, and Kathryn A. Smith, eds., The Social Life of Illumination: Manuscripts, Images, and Communities in the Late Middle Ages (Gerald B. Guest); Donal Cooper and Janet Robson, The Making of Assisi: The Pope, the Franciscans and the Painting of the Basilica (Marilyn Aronberg Lavin); Marcello Gaeta, Giotto und die Croci Dipinte des Trecento: Studien zu Typus, Genese und Rezeption mit einem Katalog der monumentalen Tafelkreuze des Trecento (ca. 1290–ca. 1400) (Donal Cooper); Dalia-Ruth Halperin, Illuminating in Micrography: The Catalan Micrography Maḥzor MS Heb 8° 6527 in the National Library of Israel (Marc Michael Epstein); Diana Hiller, Gendered Perceptions of Florentine Last Supper Frescoes, c. 1350–1490 (Anne Derbes); Maja Kominko, The World of Kosmas, Illustrated Byzantine Codices of the Christian Topography and Shulamith Laderman, Images of Cosmology in Jewish and Byzantine Art, God’s Blueprint of Creatio (Benjamin Anderson); Domenic Leo, Images, Texts, and Marginalia in a "Vows of the Peacock" Manuscript (New York, Pierpont Morgan Library MS G24). With a Complete Concordance and Catalogue of Peacock Manuscripts (Martine Meuwese); Angeliki Lymberopoulou and Rembrandt Duits, Byzantine Art and Renaissance Europe (Maria Georgopoulou); Stefan Matter. Reden von der Minne, Untersuchungen zu Spielformen literarischer Bildung zwischen verbaler und visueller Vergegenwärtigung anhand von Minnereden und Minnebildern deutschsprachigen Spätmittelalters (Michael Curschmann); Joanna Mühlemann, Artus in Gold. Der Erec Zyklus auf dem Krakauer Kronenkreuz (Hiltrud Westermann-Angerhausen); Kathryn Starkey, A Courtier’s Mirror: Cultivating Elite Identity in Thomasin von Zerclaere’s "Welscher Gast" (James Rushing);Cynthia Stollhans, St. Catherine of Alexandria in Renaissance Roman Art       (Carol M. Richardson); Cynthia Robinson, Imagining the Passion in a Multiconfessional Castile: The Virgin, Christ, Devotions, and Images in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries (Teofilo F. Ruiz); Annemarie Weyl Carr and Andréas Nicolaïdès, eds., Asinou across Time: Studies in the Architecture and Murals of the Panagia Phorbiotissa, Cyprus (Maria G. Parani)

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