Sytze van der Veen met bijdragen van Paul Dijstelberge, Mirte D. Groskamp en Kasper van Ommen
Sytze van der Veen with contributions by Paul Dijstelberge, Mirte D. Groskamp and Kasper van Ommen
Edited by Jill Caskey, Adam S. Cohen and Linda Safran
These essays examine art on the borders of the medieval world, from China to Spain. They engage three related issues: margins, frontiers, and cross-cultural encounters. Historiographic problems and pedagogical questions weave through the essays and the editors’ introduction.
Edited by Heather E. Grossman, University of Illinois at Chicago and Alicia Walker, Bryn Mawr College
This special issue of Medieval Encounters examines the means by which portable and monumental art and architectural forms, techniques, and ideas were transmitted, as well as the individuals involved in such exchanges, in the medieval Mediterrean world ca. 1000-1500.
Edited by Taryn E.L. Chubb, East Central University and Emily D. Kelley, Saginaw Valley State University
Mendicants and Merchants in the Medieval Mediterranean, edited by Chubb and Kelley, offers an interdisciplinary study of the mutually beneficial relationships that developed between merchants and the mendicant orders during the late Middle Ages.
Edited by Louis I. Hamilton and Stefano Riccioni
This collection examines the image of Rome through Arabic, Greek, Hebrew, Latin, and Persian descriptions of the eternal city. Placing the twelfth-century renaissance into a Mediterranean context. The city of Rome is revealed as a multi-vocal object of desire and a contested ideal.
Edited by Salma Khadra Jayyusi
This is the first study in any language to deal in a really comprehensive manner with all major aspects of Islamic civilization in medieval Spain
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