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2013 International Congress on Medieval Studies

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Location: University of Western Michigan, Kalamazoo MI

Italian Art Society Business Meeting
The IAS hosted its 2013 Business Meeting on Friday, May 10 at 12:00PM in Fetzer 2030. Click here to see the agenda.

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Sessions Sponsored by the Italian Art Society

Session Title: Ruptures in Italian Medieval Art and Architecture I: Ruptures in Historiography
Fetzer 2030
Friday, May 10, 2013, 1:30-3:00pm
Organizer: Martina Bagnoli, Walters Art Museum
Presider: Linda Safran, Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies
Speakers/Papers:
Dorothy F. Glass, University at Buffalo, "Ruptured Historiography: The Case of Italian Romanesque Sculpture"
Janis Elliot, Texas Tech University, "A Case of Mistaken Identity: An Historiographical Rupture"
Nicola Camerlenghi, University of Oregon, "Brunelleschian Rupture or Historiographic Rapture?"

Session Title: Ruptures in Italian Medieval Art and Architecture II: Ruptures in Architecture
Fetzer 2030
Friday, May 10, 2013, 3:30-5:00pm
Organizer: Martina Bagnoli, Walters Art Museum
Presider: Catherine Carver McCurrach, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
Speakers/Papers:
Gregory Caicco, Art Institute of Pittsburgh/DePaul University/University of Phoenix, "The Anti-Architecture of Francis of Assisi"
Elizabeth B. Smith, Pennsylvania State University, "Santa Maria Novella and the Birth of Gothic Structural Thinking in Florence"
Meredith Fluke, Columbia University, "The Church of Santo Stefano in Verona and the Problem of Veronese Romanesque Architectural Style"
Nancy M. Thompson, St. Olaf College, "Stained Glass and the Long Path of Italian Medieval Art"

Session Title: Ruptures in Italian Medieval Art and Architecture III: Ruptures in Forms I
Fetzer 1010
Saturday, May 11, 2013, 1:30-3:00pm
Organizer: Martina Bagnoli, Walters Art Museum
Presider: Cathleen A. Fleck, St. Louis University
Speakers/Papers:
Rebecca W. Corrie, Bates College, "After the Fall of Acre: Siena and Images of the Virgin around the Adriatic"
Christine Sciacca, J. Paul Getty Museum, "Pacino di Bonaguida: Artistic Innovator in the Time of Giotto"
Meredith D. Raucher, The Johns Hopkins University, "Crucifixi Dolorosi: A Violent Break in Late Medieval Italian Crucifixion Imagery"

Session Title: Ruptures in Italian Medieval Art and Architecture IV: Ruptures in Forms II
Fetzer 1010
Saturday, May 11, 2013, 3:30-5:00pm
Organizer: Martina Bagnoli, Walters Art Museum
Presider: Rebecca W. Corrie, Bates College
Speakers/Papers:
Cathleen A. Fleck, St. Louis University, "Continuity of Devotion: A 'Crusader' Psalter in the Thirteenth and Fifteenth Centuries"
Katherine T. Brown, Walsh University, "Stylistic Dialogue and Millenarianism in the Painted Life of Saint Benedict: Signorelli and Sodoma at Monte Oliveto Maggiore, 1497–ca. 1508"
Gianluca Del Monaco, Università di Bologna, "Giotto for Lawyers: Assimilation and Disruption of Giotto’s New Realism in Bolognese Legal Illustrations of the First Half of the Fourteenth Century"


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