Index of Medieval Art

Maps & Diagrams in Medieval Art

Maps & Diagrams in Medieval ArtMarch 15-16, 2013

Benjamin Anderson
Cornell University
How to Use the Zodiaque

Brigitte Buettner
Smith College
Mapping Precious Stones

Evelyn Edson
Piedmont Virginia Community College, Emerita
Description of the Archipelago: The Maps and Texts of Cristoforo Buondelmonti (1420)

Galia Halpern
Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
Mapping Plenitude: John Mandeville’s Indies and the Letter of Prester John

Joyce Kozloff
Independent Artist
Conversation with Irving Sandler

Marcia Kupfer
National Humanities Center
“”The Content of the Form”: Cartographic Representation and the Medieval Mappa Mundi

Megan McNamee
Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
Figurae, Formae, Picturae: A Study in Terms

Asa Mittman
California State University, Chico
Here there be Jews: Mapping Monsters in the Middle Ages

Barbara Obrist
CNRS / Université Paris Diderot
Medieval Cosmological Diagrams and (the Question of) Religious Motifs (7th-13th c.)

Irving Sandler
State University of New York at Purchase

Diarmuid Scully
University College Cork
The Representation of Ireland on the Hereford Mappa Mundi: contexts and implications

Gulam Mohammed Sheikh
Independent Artist
Conversation with Irving Sandler

Hanna Vorholt
University of York
Composite Diagrams in Romanesque Art: The Example of the Liber Floridus

Faith Wallis
McGill University
What does a Medieval Diagram ‘’show’’? A case study of computus tables and schemata

John Williams
University of Pittsburgh
The Beatus Maps: Charting from Scratch?

Andrea Worm
Universität Augsburg
Time as Space. Visual Conceptions of Salvation History