Index of Medieval Art

Insular and Anglo-Saxon, Art and Thought in the Early Medieval Period

Insular and Anglo-Saxon, Art and Thought in the Early Medieval PeriodMarch 16-17, 2010

Herbert Broderick
Lehman College, City University of New York
The Veil of Moses as Exegetical Image in the Illustrated Old English Hexateuch

Michelle P. Brown
University of London
Southumbrian Book Culture before Alfred: the Insular and Anglo-Saxon Interface

Carol Farr
Independent Scholar
Vox ecclesiae: Performance and Insular Manuscript Art

Peter Harbison
Royal Irish Academy
The Fate of Emperor Charles the Bald’s Carvers and the Creation of Ireland’s Scriptural High Crosses

Lawrence Nees
University of Delaware
Recent Trends in Dating Works of Insular Art

Nancy Netzer
Boston College
New Discoveries vs the Old Narrative for Insular Gospel Books

Carol Neuman de Vegvar
Ohio Wesleyan University
Appropriating Victoria: Intercultural Transformations of a Visual Motif

Eamonn O’Carragain
University College Cork
Local Theologies? Local Devotional Traditions? The Crosses of Kells and Monasterboice

Neil Xavier O’Donoghue
Redemptoris Mater Seminary
The Eucharistic Chrismal in Pre-Norman Ireland

Jennifer O’Reilly
University College Cork
St John the Divine: Between Two Worlds

Heather Pulliam
University of Edinburgh
Lessons from Byzantium: Rethinking Insular Color

Michael Ryan
Chester Beatty Library
Religious Metalwork in pre-Viking Ireland

Ben C. Tilghman
The Walters Art Museum
Writing in Tongues: Mixed Scripts and Style in Insular Art

Martin Werner
Temple University
The Binding of the Stonyhurst Gospel of St. John and St. John

Benjamin Withers
University of Kentucky
Satan’s Mandorla: Translation, Transformation, and Interpretation in Late Anglo-Saxon England