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Art Catalogues - Brepols & Harvey Miller Publishers

Two new catalogues in the field of Art History are now available, featuring new (& forthcoming) titles in the field of Art History, Sculpture Studies, Architectural History, Drawings, Manuscript Studies,.... including studies on Andrea Mantegna, Rubens, Leonardo da Vinci, Dante, Raphael, Taddeo Di Bartolo, Murillo, Van Eyck, Memling, Fra Angelico...

Brepols - Art History (Available Titles: Winter 2021-2022)
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Corpus Christianorum - New and Forthcoming 2021-2022

The new catalogue "Corpus Christianorum - New and Forthcoming Titles 2021-2022" is out and available. Browse the catalogue to see the exciting titles that have been and will be added between April 1st 2021 and March 31st 2022.

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Centaurus. Journal of the European Society for the History of Science

The European Society for the History of Science (ESHS) and Brepols announce a partnership to publish the Society's flagship journal Centaurus. Journal of the European Society for the History of Science fully in Open Access from 2022 onwards, at no cost to the authors or readers.

The Society and Brepols are very proud to announce that they will collaborate, making Centaurus Open Access in 2022 via the Subscribe-to-Open publishing model.

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Through the Bone and Marrow. Re-examining Theological Encounters with Dance in Medieval Europe
Laura Hellsten

Awarded with the 2021 Nordic Research Prize of the Donner Institute for Research in Religion and Culture in Turku, Finland.

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Narrating Power and Authority in Late Antique and Medieval Hagiography across East and West
Ghazzal Dabiri (ed.)

First volume in the new book series Fabulae. Narrative in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages

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Scottish Portraiture 1644-1714. David and John Scougall and Their Contemporaries
Carla van de Puttelaar

This book is the first comprehensive publication on Scottish portraiture from the period 1644 to 1714, with an emphasis on the painters David Scougall (1625-1685), and his son John Scougall (1657-1737).

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Bayuda and its Neighbours
A. Obłuski, H. Paner, M. Masojć (eds)

First volume in the new book series Nubia. Studies in the Archaeology and History of Northeast Africa

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Building with Paper: The Materiality of Renaissance Architectural Drawings
D. Donetti, C. Rachele (eds)

Against the scholarly tendency to treat architectural disegno in highly intellectualized terms, the essays collected in this volume offer a new perspective on this early modern practice, by reinserting it into the messy Lebenswelten of the architectural workshop and the building site.

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Mobilités du lignage anglo-normand de Briouze (mi-XIe siècle – 1326)
A. Rigollet

La capacité d’adaptation – ou l’inadaptation – du lignage de Briouze aux différentes formes de mobilités, question centrale de cet ouvrage, transparaît dans leur aptitude à affronter et surmonter les situations de crise.

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