Joan Valero

Place and Space in the Medieval World

Estudios sobre las terminologías críticas del lugar y el espacio según las fuentes visuales y textuales existentes del período medieval

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MEG BOULTON, JANE HAWKES, HEIDI STONER (ed.). Place and Space in the Medieval World, Routledge, 2020, 266 p.
ISBN: 978-0367470463

Este libro aborda las terminologías críticas del lugar y el espacio (y su papel dentro de los estudios medievales) de una manera considerada y crítica, presentando una introducción académica escrita por los editores junto con estudios de casos temáticos que abordan una amplia gama de material visual y textual. Los capítulos consideran las fuentes visuales y textuales existentes del período medieval junto con las discusiones académicas contemporáneas para examinar el lugar y el espacio en su contexto crítico más amplio, y están escritos por especialistas en una variedad de disciplinas que incluyen historia del arte, arqueología, historia y literatura.

Table of Contents

Martin Locker: The Secret Language of Movement: Interior Encounters with Space and Transition during Medieval Pilgrimage
Ika Matyjaszkiewicz: Distance and Embrace: Spatial Conditions of Access to the Volto Santo of Lucca
Karen Stark: Cave of Hermits, Cave of Cult: Saints Andrew-Zoerard and Benedict and the Sacralization of the Medieval Hungarian Landscape
Luke John Murphy: Processes of Religious Change in Late Iron Age Gotland: Rereading, Spatialization and Enculturation
Jane Hawkes: Planting the Cross in Anglo-Saxon England
Michael D. J. Bintley: “How Deserted Lies the City, Once So Full of People”: the Reclamation of Intramural Space in Anglo-Saxon Literature
Beth Kaneko: From the Space of the World to the Space of the Local: The Two Maps of Thomas Elmham
Aideen M. Ireland: The Broighter Hoard: Mythology, Misrepresentation and Mystery
Maria R. Grasso: The Ambiguity in Medieval Depictions of Abraham’s Bosom in the Areas and Spaces of the Christian Afterlife
Élise Haddad: Common Space or Cleft places? The Example of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, an Architectural and Figured Space
Rebecca Pope: “And on the woghe wrytyn this was”: Locating Three Dead Kings in the Parish Church Wall-Paintings of The Three Living and The Three Dead
Livia Lupi: Fictive Architecture and Pictorial Place: Altichiero da Zevio’s Oratory of St George in Padua (c.1379‒1384)
Sam Barber: Defining Difference or Connecting Spaces? Similarity and Meaning in the Arian Baptistery, Ravenna
Heidi Stoner: Heaven and Hall: Space and Place in Anglo-Saxon England
Aimone Grossato: The Vanishing Spaces of Islamic Courts (Ninth–Tenth Centuries)
Francesco Furlan: The Forming of an Apocalyptic Metageography: Muslim and Byzantine Apocalyptic Traditions and the Developing of a Shared Geographical Worldview
Emily Goetsch: World Maps and Waterways: Place and Space in the Beatus Mappaemundi
Jennifer O’Reilly: The Bible as Map, On seeing God, Finding the way: Pilgrimage and Exegesis in Adomnán and Bede