Karl A.E. Enenkel, Westfälische Wilhelmsuniversität Münster
Christine Göttler, Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Universität Bern
This book examines the ways in which spaces and places of solitude were conceived of, imagined, and represented in the late medieval and early modern periods. It explores the spatial, material, and affective dimensions of solitude, which have so far received only scant scholarly attention.
Karl A.E. Enenkel (WWU Münster)
Anita Traninger (FU Berlin)
This volume seeks to uncover the multifarious roles played by nymphs in literature, drama, music, the visual arts, garden architecture, and indeed intellectual culture tout court, and thereby explore the true significance of this well-known figure for the early modern age.
Edited by Christine Göttler (University of Bern) and Mia M. Mochizuki (NYU Abu Dhabi/NYU Institute of Fine Arts)
A team of renowned scholars examines how sacred art and artefacts responded to the demands of a world stage in the age of reform, demonstrating the significance of religious systems for a global art history.
Edited by Youri Desplenter (Ghent), Jürgen Pieters (Ghent), and Walter Melion (Emory)
This collection of essays charts the rise to prominence of the Ten Commandments in religious and artistic developments in the culture of late-medieval Western Europe (13th-15th centuries). Contributions include discussions of catechetical texts as well as literary writings.
Edited by Sietske Fransen, Niall Hodson and Karl A.E. Enenkel
Translating Early Modern Science explores the essential role translators played in a time when the scientific community used Latin and vernacular European languages side-by-side. This interdisciplinary volume illustrates how translators were mediators, agents, and interpreters of scientific...
Edited by Karl A.E. Enenkel (University of Münster) and Paul J. Smith (Leiden University)
This interdisciplinary volume aims to address the multiple connections between emblematics and the natural world in the broader perspective of their underlying ideologies – scientific, artistic, literary, political and/or religious.
A vivid and multifaceted discussion of the sonic cultures developed within the diverse and dynamic matrix of Early Modern Catholicism (c.1450–1750), and of the role played by sound and music in defining Catholic experience.
Edited by Susanna Burghartz, Lucas Burkart, and Christine Göttler
This book explores the relationships between sites, people, objects, and images during the early globalization. It investigates interconnections and entanglements on both micro and macro levels, and aims to understand the dynamics of processes of translocal and transcultural intersection.