Vol. 32 (2014)
Issue Description

Quod Vocatur Paradiso: The Pigna and the Atrium at Old St. Peter’s, Justin Greenlee

The Seal of Approval: Visualizing Patriarchal Power and Legitimacy in Ninth-Century Constantinople, Sarah C. Simmons

Spinning a Common Thread: Popular Paintings of the Child Virgin in Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Seville and Peru, Sabena Kull

Discourses of Power: Andean Colonial Literacies and the Virgin Mary of the Mountain, Kristi M. Peterson

Framing the Botanical: Picturing Nature and Painting the Castes of Eighteenth-Century Mexico, Akeem Flavors

The Ruins of Iconologie: Redefining Architecture in Jean-Charles Delafosse’s Desseins, J. Cabelle Ahn

For the Edification of All: Nineteenth-Century American Medicine, Art, and the Role of the Classical Cast in Cultural Life, Naomi Slipp

Politics, Prints, and a Posthumous Portrait: Delaroche’s Napoleon in his Study, Alissa R. Adams

Creativity in the Congo Free State: Nineteenth and Twenteeth-Century Funerary Mats, Carlee S. Forbes

Constructing the Nation at the 1955 Ciudad Trujillo World’s Fair, Jennifer Baez

Challenging Ideologies: Contrasting Dorothea Tanning’s Mid-Twentieth Century Animal Paintings with Contemporary South Africa, Samantha Karam

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