Religious Women and Art in 15th-century Rome
This book draws on art history, anthropology, and gender studies to explore the disciplinary and didactic role of the images, as well as their relationship to important papal projects at the Vatican.
Heritage and Identity in the Late Ottoman Empire 1870-1915
This book explores Ottoman-Turkish involvement and interest in the subject between 1870, when Heinrich Schliemann began his excavations in search of Troy on Ottoman soil, and the battle of Gallipoli...
The Short History of Nikephoros of Constantinople
A historical analysis of manners of representation of Byzantine emperors and patriarchs in the Short History of Nikephoros of Constantinople in the context of late 8th century Byzantine iconodule...
Queen Wilhelmina's correspondence with her English governess Miss Saxton Winter, 1886-1935
A remarkable collection of letters from Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands (1880-1962) and her governess, Elizabeth Saxton Winter (1855-1936), an Englishwoman.
Divine Visions as Cinematic Experience
By examining medieval female saints' lives in dialogue with modern film theories, a trans-historical spectrum of visual experience is revealed: medieval saint and modern moviegoer are connected in the...