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Publication News: New Issue of “Different Visions”

Publication News:
Different Visions: A Journal of New Perspectives on Medieval Art
Issue Five: Female Sexualities

Different Visions: A Journal of New Perspectives on Medieval Art is a web-based, open-access, peer-reviewed annual, devoted to progressive scholarship on medieval art. The fifth issue of Different Visions is devoted to Female Sexualities and guest co-edited by Sherry Lindquist and Mati Meyer. As Sherry states in her introduction, the papers in this issue had their origin in a session devoted to this topic at the 2010 International Medieval Congress at Leeds. It is very exciting to be publishing them now in Different Visions. For free online-access to all articles, see here: http://differentvisions.org/issue-five/

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Sherry C.M. Lindquist. Introduction: Visualizing Female Sexuality in Medieval Cultures

Sarah Salih, King’s College London: The Trouble with “Female Sexuality”

Mati Meyer, The Open University of Israel: Theologizing or Indulging Desire: Bathers in the Sacra Parallela (Paris, BnF, gr. 923)

Marian Bleeke, Cleveland State University: “Hag of the Castle:” Women, Family, and Community in Later Medieval Ireland

Sarit Shalev-Eyni, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem: The Bared Breast in Medieval Ashkenazi Illumination: Cultural Connotations in a Heterogeneous Society

Elina Gertsman, Case Western Reserve University: Si grant ardor: Transgression and Transformation in the Pühavaimu Altarpiece

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Gothic Ivories News: Conference and Publication

I.
Conference Reminder
Gothic Ivories: Content and Context
Saturday 5 July 2014, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London
Sunday 6 July 2014, The British Museum, London

courtauld_ivoryJointly organised by The British Museum and The Courtauld Gothic Ivories Project, this event follows on from the successful 2012 conference Gothic Ivories: Old Questions New Directions (V&A – Courtauld). Celebrating new research on Gothic ivory carving, papers will focus on a wide range of topics arising from the study of Gothic ivory carving and Embriachi pieces, related to the themes of content and context.

Themed sessions will be dedicated to questions of iconography, sources and original use and context, research into provenance, relationships with other media, ivory carving in the 16th century, history of collecting in the 19th and 20th century.

For the full programme, see here.
Online booking now available here.

II.
Special Issue The Sculpture Journal
New Work on Old Bones
(with papers from the 2012 Gothic ivories conference)
For the table of contents, see here.

For further news from the world of Gothic ivories, see the news-section on the website of the Gothic Ivories project.

 

Publication News: New Issue of PEREGRINATIONS: Journal of Medieval Art and Architecture

Publication News:
PEREGRINATIONS: Journal of Medieval Art and Architecture
Vol. IV, No. 2 is now accessible at http://peregrinations.kenyon.edu

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Featured Articles:

“Christ’s Money. Eucharistic Azyme Hosts in the Ninth Century According to Bishop Eldefonsus of Spain: Observations on the Origin, Meaning, and Context of a Mysterious Revelation”
by Roger E. Reynolds, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of Toronto, Canada

“Eucharistic Adoration in the Carolingian Era? Exposition of Christ in the Host” by Roger E. Reynolds, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of Toronto, Canada

“Vetera analecta, sive collectio veterum aliquot opera & opusculorum omnis generis, carminum, epistolarum, diplomaton, epitaphiorum, &, cum itinere germanico, adaptationibus & aliquot disquisitionbus R.P.D. Joannis Mabillon, Presbiteri ac Monachi Ord. Sancti Benedicti e Congregatione S. Mauri. Nova Editio cui accessere Mabilloni vita & aliquot opuscula, scilicet Dissertatio de Pane Eucharistico, Azymo et Fermentatio ad Eminentiss. Cardinalem Bona. Subiungitur opusculum Eldefonsi Hispaniensis Episcopi de eodem argumentum. Et Eusebii Romani ad Theophilum Gallum epistola, De cultu sanctorum ignotorum, Parisiis, apud Levesque, ad Pontem S. Michaelis, MDCCXXI, cum privilegio Regis. PROVISIONAL TEXT” by Roger E. Reynolds, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of Toronto, Canada

“Barking Abbey: A GIS Map of a Medieval Nunnery” by Donna Alfano Bussell, English Department, University of Illinois Springfield, & Joseph M. McNamara, Geographic Information Systems Laboratory, University of Illinois Springfield

“Disfluency and Deep Processing as Paths to Devotion: Reading and Praying with the Veronica in the Psalter and Hours of “Yolande of Soissons” (M. 729)” by David Boffa, Beloit College

“Annunciation and Dedication on Aachen Pilgrim Badges. Notes on the Early Badge Production in Aachen and Some New Attributions” by Hanneke van Asperen, Medieval Badges Foundation and Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands

The new issue also includes information on medieval organisations, several book reviews, short notices and new art historical and archaeological discoveries. For more information, see the journal’s website.