Current Directions in Eleventh- and Twelfth-Century Sculpture Studies

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Table of Contents: Robert A. Maxwell and Kirk Ambrose, Introduction: Romanesque Sculpture Studies at a Crossroads -aJerome Baschet, Iconography beyond Iconography: Relational Meanings and Figures of Authority in the Reliefs of Souillac -aMartin Buchsel, The Status of Sculpture in the Early Middle Ages: Liturgy and Paraliturgy in the Liber miraculorum sancte Fidis -aThomas E. A. Dale, The Nude at Moissac: Vision, Phantasia and the Experience of Romanesque Sculpture -aIlene H. Forsyth, The Date of the Moissac ...
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Table of Contents: Robert A. Maxwell and Kirk Ambrose, Introduction: Romanesque Sculpture Studies at a Crossroads -aJerome Baschet, Iconography beyond Iconography: Relational Meanings and Figures of Authority in the Reliefs of Souillac -aMartin Buchsel, The Status of Sculpture in the Early Middle Ages: Liturgy and Paraliturgy in the Liber miraculorum sancte Fidis -aThomas E. A. Dale, The Nude at Moissac: Vision, Phantasia and the Experience of Romanesque Sculpture -aIlene H. Forsyth, The Date of the Moissac Portal -aDorothy F. Glass, (Re)framing Early, Romanesque Sculpture in Italy -aKlaus Niehr, Sculpturing Architecture, Framing Sculpture and Modes of Contextualizing the Arts in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries -aJose Luis Senra, Between Rupture and Continuity: Romanesque Sculpture at the Monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos -aAndrea von Hulsen-Esch, Romanesque Sculpture in Italy: Form, Function, and Cultural Practice -aJohn Williams, The Emergence of Spanish Romanesque Sculpture: A Century of Scholarship
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Robert A. Maxwell and Kirk Ambrose, Introduction: Romanesque Sculpture Studies at a Crossroads - Jerome Baschet, Iconography beyond Iconography: Relational Meanings and Figures of Authority in the Reliefs of Souillac - Martin Buchsel, The Status of Sculpture in the Early Middle Ages: Liturgy and Paraliturgy in the Liber miraculorum sancte Fidis - Thomas E. A. Dale, The Nude at Moissac: Vision, Phantasia and the Experience of Romanesque Sculpture - Ilene H. Forsyth, The Date of the Moissac Portal - Dorothy F. Glass, (Re)framing Early, Romanesque Sculpture in Italy - Klaus Niehr, Sculpturing Architecture, Framing Sculpture and Modes of Contextualizing the Arts in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries - Jose Luis Senra, Between Rupture and Continuity: Romanesque Sculpture at the Monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos - Andrea von Hulsen-Esch, Romanesque Sculpture in Italy: Form, Function, and Cultural Practice - John Williams, The Emergence of Spanish Romanesque Sculpture: A Century of Scholarship

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