Visualising the Middle Ages

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Visualising the Middle Ages is dedicated to innovative scholarship on art history and material cultures from the end of antiquity to c. 1500. The editors welcome contributions that focus on medieval Europe, as well as those that expand beyond traditional geographic and spiritual boundaries. We welcome contributions across geographies and spiritual traditions. We encourage a wide range of approaches.

The series aims to bridge the history of art and architecture and other fields in medieval studies and beyond. It seeks work with an impact beyond disciplinary confines and established methodological paths.

Formats may include monographs, essay collections, documentary sources and translations. Volumes may contain a substantial number of high-quality black-and-white and full-colour illustrations. Additional material can be included online, such as further illustrations, audio, video, or websites.

Authors are cordially invited to submit proposals and/or full manuscripts to either the series editors, Professor Catherine Harding and Professor Diane Wolfthal , or the Publisher at Brill, Dr Kate Hammond.

Brill is in full support of Open Access publishing and offers the option to publish your monograph, edited volume, or chapter in Open Access. Our Open Access services are fully compliant with funder requirements. We support Creative Commons licenses. For more information, please visit Brill Open or contact us at openacess@brill.com.


Cover image generic cover: Fragment of an Animal Relief, ca. 1150. The Met Collection API, Rogers Fund, 1909, Accession Number: 09.152.8.
Mudejarismo and Moorish Revival in Europe
Cultural Negotiations and Artistic Translations in the Middle Ages and 19th-century Historicism
Volume 13
978-90-04-44858-2
Byzantium/Modernism
The Byzantine as Method in Modernity
Volume 12
978-90-04-30001-9
Between Jerusalem and Europe
Essays in Honour of Bianca Kühnel
Volume 11
978-90-04-29818-7
Imagining the Text
Ekphrasis and Envisioning Courtly Identity in Wirnt von Gravenberg's Wigalois
Volume 10
978-90-04-28306-0
Imago Mortis
Mediating Images of Death in Late Medieval Culture
Volume 9
978-90-04-24581-5
Caput Johannis in Disco
{Essay on a Man’s Head}
Volume 8
978-90-04-22411-7
A Wider Trecento
Studies in 13th- and 14th-Century European Art Presented to Julian Gardner
Volume 5
978-90-04-22651-7
Medicine and Space
Body, Surroundings and Borders in Antiquity and the Middle Ages
Volume 4
978-90-04-22650-0
When Ego Was Imago
Signs of Identity in the Middle Ages
Volume 3
978-90-04-19225-6
Contesting the Logic of Painting
Art and Understanding in Eleventh-Century Byzantium
Volume 2
978-90-47-43161-9
Images of Medieval Sanctity
Essays in Honour of Gary Dickson
Volume 1
978-90-47-42068-2
Catherine Harding, Ph.D. (1984) in History of Art, University College London, is Associate Professor in Art History & Visual Studies at the University of Victoria. She has published on medieval mosaic production, Trecento illustrated manuscripts in Florence, the visualization of concepts of time and cosmography in the later Middle Ages. She is currently preparing a study on the visualization of religious doubt and the unseen life of the eucharist in the Chapel of the Corporal at Orvieto Cathedral.

Diane Wolfthal, Ph.D. (1983) in Art History, New York University, is David and Caroline Minter Chair Emerita in the Humanities and Professor Emerita of Art History at Rice University. She has published on technical issues in art history, the history of sexuality, Jewish Studies, and is currently writing books on the intersection of economic issues and art.
General Editors
Catherine Harding, University of Victoria
Diane Wolfthal, Rice University

Editorial Board
Jelena Bogdanović, Vanderbilt University
Katrin Kogman-Appel, University of Münster
Sherry Lindquist, Western Illinois University
Jessica N. Richardson, University of York
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