Beholding Violence in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
Ashgate Publishing Limited
Aldershot, 2012; cartonato, pp. 250, ill., cm 17x24.
- EA7N: 9781409442868
Soggetto: Saggi Storici
Periodo: 1000-1400 (XII-XIV) Medioevo,1400-1800 (XV-XVIII) Rinascimento
Peso: 0.93 kg
Caravaggio's Doubting Thomas and the beholder of wounds in early modern Italy, Allie Terry-Fritsch; Giovanni Pisano's marble wounds: beholding artistic self-defense in the Pisa cathedral pulpit, Matthew G. Shoaf; Beholding and touching: early modern strategies of negotiating illness, Mirella G. Pardee; The gap of death: passive violence in the encounter between the Three Dead and the Three Living, Elina Gertsman; Being beheld: Julian of Norwich's mystical surreal and the violence of vision, Christopher Taylor; Image in pain: icons, old bones and new blood, Galina Tirnanic; 'To have the pleasure of this siege': envisioning siege warfare during the European wars of religion, Brian Sandberg; Theatrum mundi: performativity, violence and metatheatre in Webster's The White Devil, Lisa Dickson; Portia's Pauline perversion: The Merchant of Venice and Romans I, Weill Stockton; Violent passions: plays, pawnbrokers, and the Jews of Rome, 1539, Barbara Wisch; Beholding typology: the violence of recognition in Caravaggio's Sacrifice of Isaac, Erin Felicia Labbie; Bibliography