Index of Medieval Art

Plus Ça Change…? The Lives and Afterlives of Medieval Iconography

April 29, 2016

Kirk Ambrose
University of Colorado, Boulder
The Frailty of Eyes

Charles Barber
Princeton University
Debating the Transfiguration In Fourteenth-Century Byzantium; or Why There Is No Hesychastic Art

Catherine Fernandez
Princeton University
The Archaeology of Carolingian Memory at Saint-Sernin of Toulouse

Elina Gertsman
Case Western Reserve University
Figuring Absence: Iconography and the Failure of Representation

Cynthia Hahn
Hunter College and CUNY Graduate Center
How Reliquaries Resist Iconographic Classification But Still Have Meaning

Jacqueline Jung
Yale University
The Work of Gothic Sculpture in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

Dale Kinney
Bryn Mawr College
Rejection, Distortion and Destruction at Santa Maria in Trastevere

D. Fairchild Ruggles
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Signatures and Traces in the Art of al-Andalus