Peregrinations: Journal of Medieval Art & Architecture, Special Double Issue, Volume II, Issue 3 and Issue 4, Summer 2009.
Sarah Blick, Vibeke Olsen and Rita Tekippe, the editors of Peregrinations: Journal of Medieval Art & Architecture, are delighted to announce the publication of a special double issue featuring articles on Placing the Middle Ages: Towards a Geography of Material Culture and The Bayeux Tapestry Revisited, Canterbury Pilgrim Badges, the Digital Mappa Mundi, book reviews, discoveries, and more. This issue also features an enlarged photobank of beautiful (free) images to download for teaching and research, calls for papers, exhibitions, publication opportunities, etc.
Volume II, Issue 3: Guest Editors, Mickey Abel and Jennifer Way (University of North Texas), Placing the Middle Ages: Towards a Geography of Material Culture. Feature Articles: Mickey Abel and Jennifer Way (University of North Texas), Placing the Middle Ages: Contextualizing Towards a Geography of Material Culture; Eileen McKiernan-Gonzalez (Berea College), Local and Imported: Conjunctions of Mediterranean Forms in Romanesque Arágon; Maureen Quigley (Saint Louis University), Romantic Geography and the Crusades: London, British Library, Royal ms. 19 D I; Tracy Chapman Hamilton (Sweet Briar College), Sur la Route: Topographic Patronage and the Genealogy of Location in Late Capetian France; Janet Marquardt (Eastern Illinois University), La Pierre-qui-Vire and Zodiaque: A Monastic Pilgrimage of Medieval Dimensions; Kim McCarty, Brittany Gregory, and Mickey Abel (University of North Texas), Geography, Archaeology, Art History: A Case Study for a Multidisciplinary Approach to Mapping Architectural Heritage; Jennifer Lee (Indiana University – Purdue University of Indianapolis), Material and Meaning in Lead Pilgrims’ Signs; Asa Simon Mittman (California State University), Chico and Martin Foys (Hood College), Digital Mappaemundi: Changing the Way We Work with Medieval World Maps; and Mark Hall (Perth Museum and Art Gallery), More Feet Washing.
Volume II, Issue 4: Guest Editor, John Michael Crafton (University of West Georgia), The Bayeux Tapestry Revisited. Feature Articles: John Michael Crafton (University of West Georgia), Editor’s Introduction. Notes on Contributors: Shirley Ann Brown (York University), The Bayeux Tapestry and the Vikings; Gale R. Owen-Crocker (University of Manchester), Stylistic Variation and Roman Influence in the Bayeux Tapestry; John Micheal Crafton (University of West Georgia), Hypertext, Hypermedia and the Bayeux Tapestry: A Study of Remediation; Richard M. Koch (Hillyer College – University of Hartford), Sacred Threads: The Bayeux Tapestry as a Religious Object; Jennifer N. Brown (University of Hartford), The Bayeux Tapestry and the Vitae of Edward the Confessor in Dialogue. Other Featured Articles: Mark Hall (Perth Museum and Art Gallery), A Roman Pilgrim; Katrien Lichtert (University of Ghent and University of Antwerp), The Visualisation of Urban Landscape in the Southern Netherlands during the Late Medieval and Early Modern Period; and Rita Tekippe (University of West Georgia), Full-Size Replica of the Bayeux Tapestry.
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