Index of Medieval Art

Objects, Images, and the Word: Art in the Service of Liturgy

March 23-24, 2001

Adelaide Bennett
Princeton University
Commemoration of Saints: From Public Liturgy to Private Devotion

Elaine C. Block
Misericordia International
Liturgical and Anti-Liturgical Elements in Medieval Choir Stalls

Victoria Ciresi
Rutgers University
A Liturgical Study of the Dreikönigenschrein

Michael Curschmann
Princeton University
Heroic Legend and Scriptural Message: The case of St. Michael in Altenstadt

William Diebold
Reed College
Typology and Theology in an Ottonian Diptych

Julian Gardner
University of Warwick
The Late-Medieval Italian Altar: Texts, Contexts, Sub-text

Dorothy Glass
State University of New York at Buffalo
Tuscan Pulpits, Context and Content

Alyce Jordan
Northern Arizona University
Stained Glass and the Liturgy: Performing Sacral Kingship in Capetian France

Peter Lasko
Courtauld Institute of Art
Roger of Helmarshausen, Life, Style and Iconography

John Lowden
Courtauld Institute of Art
Illustrated Books and the Liturgy

Carol Neuman de Vegvar
Ohio Wesleyan University
A Feast to the Lord: Drinking Horns, the Church and the Liturgy

Harriet Sonne
University of Toronto
‘De Fontibus Salvatoris’: Baptism and Representation of the Childhood of Christ

Roger Wieck
The Morgan Library and Museum
The Death Desired: Books of Hours and the Medieval Funeral

Beth Williamson
University of Bristol
Altarpieces, Images and Liturgy

Miguel de Torrens
University of Toronto
Demonstration of Baptisteria Sacra Database

Elizabeth Teviotdale
The Getty Museum
The Pictorial Program of the Stammheim Missal