Profane Imagery in Marginal Arts of the Middle Ages

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Table of Contents: Introduction - Malcolm Jones, Preface - Elaine C. Block, Editorial - Hugh Harrison, Technical Aspects of the Misericord Profane Imagery on Misericords and Lead Badges Charles Tracy, Misericords as an Interpretative Tool in the Study of Choir Stalls - Elaine C. Block, Misericords and the World of Bruegel - Christa Grossinger, Tutivillus - M. A. Hall, Where the Abbot Carries Dice: Gaming-Board Misericords in Context - S. J. F. S. Philips, Flying Low Down Under: Representations of Winged Mammals, ...

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Overview

Table of Contents: Introduction - Malcolm Jones, Preface - Elaine C. Block, Editorial - Hugh Harrison, Technical Aspects of the Misericord Profane Imagery on Misericords and Lead Badges Charles Tracy, Misericords as an Interpretative Tool in the Study of Choir Stalls - Elaine C. Block, Misericords and the World of Bruegel - Christa Grossinger, Tutivillus - M. A. Hall, Where the Abbot Carries Dice: Gaming-Board Misericords in Context - S. J. F. S. Philips, Flying Low Down Under: Representations of Winged Mammals, Fowl, and Birds on English Misericords - Terry Pearson, The Mermaid in the Church - Jennifer Fellows, Romance among the Choir Stalls: Middle English Romance Motifs on English Misericords - Paul Hardwick, Misinterpretations in the Margins - Stefanie Stockhorst, Passionate Pilgrims: Secular Lead Badges as Precursors of Emblemata Amatoria Profane Imagery in other Marginal Media Naomi Reed Kline, Obscenity as the Woodworker's Last Laugh - Diane G. Scillia, Looking for Fun in All the Wrong Places: Humour and Comedy in Moralizing Prints - Walter S. Gibson, A Sacred Text Profaned: Seven Women Fight for the Breeches - Sylvie Bethmont-Gallerand, Iconographie des charniers, des ossuaires et des aitres a travers la France medievale - Silke Meyer, An Iconography of Shame: German Defamatory Pictures of the Early Modern Era - Mark P. McDonald, The Lost Print Collection of Ferdinand Columbus (1488-1539) The Marginal Arts in the Mainstream Brian J. Levy, Screening in the Middle Ages: Costumes and Objects as Medieval Signifiers in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) - Frederic Billiet, Diabolus in musica dans les stalles medievales: significations du desordre musical - Malcolm Jones, Review of Averting Demons by Ruth Mellinkoff - Sylvie Bethmont-Gallerand and Elaine C. Block, Resumes in French and English Appendix / List of photographs by site The Authors

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9782503515991
  • Publisher: Brepols Publishers
  • Publication date: 5/25/2009
  • Series: Profane Arts of the Middle Ages Series , #1
  • Pages: 420
  • Product dimensions: 6.50 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents: Introduction - Malcolm Jones, Preface - Elaine C. Block, Editorial - Hugh Harrison, Technical Aspects of the Misericord Profane Imagery on Misericords and Lead Badges Charles Tracy, Misericords as an Interpretative Tool in the Study of Choir Stalls - Elaine C. Block, Misericords and the World of Bruegel - Christa Grossinger, Tutivillus - M. A. Hall, Where the Abbot Carries Dice: Gaming-Board Misericords in Context - S. J. F. S. Philips, Flying Low Down Under: Representations of Winged Mammals, Fowl, and Birds on English Misericords - Terry Pearson, The Mermaid in the Church - Jennifer Fellows, Romance among the Choir Stalls: Middle English Romance Motifs on English Misericords - Paul Hardwick, Misinterpretations in the Margins - Stefanie Stockhorst, Passionate Pilgrims: Secular Lead Badges as Precursors of Emblemata Amatoria Profane Imagery in other Marginal Media Naomi Reed Kline, Obscenity as the Woodworker's Last Laugh - Diane G. Scillia, Looking for Fun in All the Wrong Places: Humour and Comedy in Moralizing Prints - Walter S. Gibson, A Sacred Text Profaned: Seven Women Fight for the Breeches - Sylvie Bethmont-Gallerand, Iconographie des charniers, des ossuaires et des aitres a travers la France medievale - Silke Meyer, An Iconography of Shame: German Defamatory Pictures of the Early Modern Era - Mark P. McDonald, The Lost Print Collection of Ferdinand Columbus (1488-1539) The Marginal Arts in the Mainstream Brian J. Levy, Screening in the Middle Ages: Costumes and Objects as Medieval Signifiers in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) - Frederic Billiet, Diabolus in musica dans les stalles medievales: significations du desordre musical - Malcolm Jones, Review of Averting Demons by Ruth Mellinkoff - Sylvie Bethmont-Gallerand and Elaine C. Block, Resumes in French and English Appendix / List of photographs by site The Authors

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