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Re-assessing the global turn in Medieval art history / edited by Christina Normore

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Publication Info.
Leeds [England] : ARC Humanities Press, [2018]

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Description
1 online resource (xi, 225 pages, 20 unnumbered pages of plates) : illustrations, maps
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Series
The Medieval globe ; 3
Medieval globe ; v. 3.
JSTOR EBA.
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note
Editor's introductions : a world within worlds? reassessing the global turn in Medeival art history / Christina Normore -- A camel's pace : a cautionary global / Bonnie Cheng -- The Fatimid holy city : rebuilding Jerusalem in the eleventh century / Jennifer Pruitt -- Worldliness in Byzantium and beyond : reassessing the visual networks of Barlaam and Ioasaph / Cecily J. Hilsdale -- Exchange of sacrifices : West Africa in the Medieval world of goods / Sarah M. Guerin -- The Beryozovo cup : a Byzantine object at the crossroads of twelfth-century Eurasia / Alicia Walker -- Mobile meanings : a global approach to a dagger from Greater Syria / Heather Badamo -- Global Medieval at the "End of the Silk Road", circa 756 CE : the Shōshō-in collection in Japan / Jun Hu -- Response : Medievalists and early modernists - a world divided? / Jessica Keating and Lia Markey.
Summary
The growth in debates concerning the concept of 'the global' in medieval art history, and the more complex picture of Eurasian and African societies and material culture that has emerged in the past two decades has highlighted challenges to traditional art historical narratives, specializations, and scholarly training. And while these problems affect Byzantine, Islamic, Western medieval, and East Asian art history, there has been little conversation among scholars in these fields. A cutting-edge work on global medieval art, this volume offers a starting point for conversations among scholars working on multiple cultural regions.
Note
Online resource; title from digital cover (viewed on August 30, 2018).
Language
In English.
Contents
Frontmatter -- CONTENTS -- LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS -- Editor's Introduction: A World within Worlds? Reassessing the Global Turn in Medieval Art History -- A Camel's Pace: A Cautionary Global -- The Fatimid Holy City: Rebuilding Jerusalem in the Eleventh Century -- Worldliness in Byzantium and Beyond: Reassessing the Visual Networks of Barlaam and Ioasaph -- Exchange of Sacrifices: West Africa in the Medieval World of Goods -- The Beryozovo Cup: A Byzantine Object at the Crossroads of Twelfth- Century Eurasia -- Mobile Meanings: A Global Approach to a Dagger from Greater Syria -- Global Medieval at the "End of the Silk Road," circa 756 CE: The Shōsō- in Collection in Japan -- Response: Medievalists and Early Modernists -- A World Divided? -- Index
Local Note
JSTOR
Subject
Art, Medieval -- History.
Art, Medieval -- Historiography.
Art médiéval.
Art médiéval -- Historiographie.
History of art: Byzantine and Medieval art c. 500 CE to c. 1400.
ART -- History -- Medieval.
ART / History / Medieval
Art, Medieval. (OCoLC)fst00816576
Art, Medieval -- Historiography. (OCoLC)fst00816583
20.65 Byzantine art. (NL-LeOCL)077612442
Genre/Form
Electronic books.
History. (OCoLC)fst01411628
Added Author
Normore, Christina, editor.
Other Form:
Print version: 9781641892261
ISBN
1641892277 (electronic book)
1641892269
9781641892261
9781641892278 (electronic bk.)
Standard No.
10.1515/9781641892278. doi