2010 International Congress on Medieval Studies, University of Western Michigan, Kalamazoo, MI
IAS-Sponsored Session

Sanctity and the Arts in Medieval Italy IV: Novel Narratives, Narrative Novelties

Bernhard Brown & Gold Room
Sunday, May 16, 2010, 10:30am-12:00pm

Organizer and Presider: Charles S. Buchanan, Ohio University

Changing circumstances often led to the changes in the presentation of hagiographical narratives, as for instance during the ecclesiastical reform in late eleventh- and early twelfth-century Rome.


Marius Hauknes, Princeton University
"Transgressive Narratives in the Sancta Sanctorum"
Julia I. Miller, California State University–Long Beach, and Laurie Taylor-Mitchell, Hood College
"New and Revised Narratives in the Church of Ognissanti in Florence: Taddeo Gaddi’s Crucifixion and the Gucci Chapel"
Amber A. McAlister, University of Pittsburgh–Greensburg
"The Interplay of Word and Image in the Migliorati Chapel, San Francesco (Prato)"
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