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Diane Apostolos-Cappadona

the discourse into the early decades of the twenty-first century. Given the methodologies and disciplinary vocabulary applied to the study of religion and the arts, there is the recognition of the lenses through which the audience or viewer perceives/experiences the arts. So, for example, consider the

“We May be Through with the Past …”

Magnolia, the Exodus Plague Narrative, and Tradition History

Jason M. Silverman

Historical Methodology 2. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press. 1998. Hall, Stuart. “Cultural Studies and Its Theoretical Legacies.” 1990. The Norton Anthology of Theory and Criticism . 1782–1795. Hawksley, Theodora. “ ‘But it Did Happen’: Sound as Deep Narrative in P. T. Anderson’s Magnolia

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Edited by Debra Cashion, Henry Luttikhuizen and Ashley West

The Primacy of the Image in Northern Art 1400-1700: Essays in Honor of Larry Silver is an anthology of 42 essays written by distinguished scholars on current research and methodology in the art history of Northern Europe of the late medieval and early modern periods. Written in tribute to Larry Silver, Farquhar Professor of the History of Art at the University of Pennsylvania, the topics are inspired by Professor Silver’s renowned scholarship in these areas: Early Netherlandish Painting and Prints; Sixteenth-Century Netherlandish Painting; Manuscripts, Patrons, and Printed Books; Dürer and the Power of Pictures; Prints and Printmaking; and Seventeenth-Century Painting. Studies of specific artists include Hans Memling, Albrecht Dürer, Hans Baldung Grien, Hieronymus Bosch, Pieter Bruegel, Hendrick Goltzius, and Rembrandt.

Nechama Tec

majority of Holocaust publications that deal with substantive aspects of that period, this paper will explore two methodological issues – validity of data and generalization of findings. Woven into this discussion will be comparisons of wartime diaries and post-war oral histories. Information about the

Michelangelo in the New Millennium

Conversations about Artistic Practice, Patronage and Christianity

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Tamara Smithers

Michelangelo in the New Millennium presents six paired studies in dialogue with each other that offer new ways of looking at Michelangelo’s art as a series of social, creative, and emotional exchanges where artistic intention remains flexible; probe deeper into the artist’s formal borrowing and how it affects meaning regarding his early religious works; and consider the making and significance of his late papal painting projects commissioned by Paul III and Paul IV for chapels at the Vatican Palace.

Contributors are: William E. Wallace, Joost Keizer, Eric R. Hupe, Emily Fenichel, Jonathan Kline, Erin Sutherland Minter, Margaret Kuntz, Tamara Smithers and Marcia B. Hall

Material Culture and Queenship in 14th-century France

The Testament of Blanche of Navarre (1331-1398)

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Marguerite Keane

In Material Culture and Queenship in 14th-century France: The Testament of Blanche of Navarre (1331-1398) Marguerite Keane considers the object collection of the long-lived fourteenth-century French queen Blanche of Navarre, the wife of Philip VI (d. 1350). This queen’s ownership of works of art (books, jewelry, reliquaries, and textiles, among others) and her perceptions of these objects is well -documented because she wrote detailed testaments in 1396 and 1398 in which she described her possessions and who she wished to receive them. Keane connects the patronage of Blanche of Navarre to her interest in her status and reputation as a dowager queen, as well as bringing to life the material, adornment, and devotional interests of a medieval queen and her household.

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George S. Carhart

This book is about the life and work of Frederick de Wit (1629-1706), one of the most famous dealers of maps, prints and art during the Dutch Golden Age, and his contribution to the dissemination of the knowledge of cartography. The Amsterdam firm of Frederick de Wit operated under the name “De Witte Pascaert” (The White Chart) from 1654 to 1710. It offered all kinds of printing and was one of the most successful publishers of maps and prints in the second half of the seventeenth century. The description of De Wit’s life and work is followed by an in-depth analysis and dating of the atlases and maps issued under his name.

Pieter Bruegel the Elder and Religion

A Historiographical Introduction

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Bertram Kaschek

that fierce, sometimes even aggressive debates on methodology have always been part of modern Bruegel research. Moreover, the points of disagreement in these debates can be understood as a blueprint for most of the methodological and interpretive battles of the years to come, which I will shortly

John L. Mahoney

Review Essay CRITICAL METHODOLOGY AND WRITING ABOUT RELIGION AND LITERATURE JOHN L. MAHONEY Boston College Easterlin, Nancy. Wordsworth, and the Question of "Romantic Religion." Cranbury NJ: Associated University Presses, 1996. Pp. 182. $33.50 cloth. Wendling, Ronald. Coleridge's Progress to