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Mapping New Territories in Art and Architectural Histories
Essays in honour of Roger Stalley

D. O'Donovan, N. NicGhabhann (eds.)
approx. 350 p., 160 b/w ill. + 50 colour ill., 20 b/w tables, 220 x 280 mm, 2020
ISBN: 978-2-503-56462-3
Languages: English
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Reflecting the major developments in the scholarship of medieval art and architecture in the past forty years and using the island of Ireland as a central axis, this volume brings together new perspectives on medieval art and architecture from established and emerging scholars.
This edited collection of essays marks and traces new departures in the study of medieval art and architecture from the 1970s to the present day. Bringing together many of the scholars who have shaped the field of enquiry since the advent of the methodological or linguistic turn in humanities scholarship from the 1970s onwards, together with emerging scholars who are defining new methods and approaches to their subject in recent years, this volume represents the contemporary condition of medieval scholarship. In taking Ireland as a central axis, this volume also reflects and responds to the redefinition of ideas of influence, of cultural centre and periphery, focusing on concepts of transfer, movement and the dynamism of medieval forms and ideas. Further to this, the volume investigates the dynamism of medieval scholarship from the 1970s to the present day, reflecting the career span of Professor Roger Stalley, whose own path-breaking work continually crossed disciplinary boundaries, and in doing so, shaped and reshaped the understand of medieval Ireland, and in turn, its relationships with the wider world.
Interest Classification:
Fine Arts & Performing Arts
Art History (general)
Medieval art history

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