Publications

Books

Theresa Holler, Jenseitsbilder. Dantes Commedia und ihr Weiterleben im Weltgericht bis 1500, Berlin/München: Deutscher Kunstverlag 2020.

Corinne Mühlemann, Complex Weaves: Technique, Text, and Cultural History of Striped Silks, Affalterbach: Didymos, 2021 (in preparation).

Beate Fricke and Finbarr Barry Flood, Object Lessons: Artifacts as Archives of Pre-Modern Globalism, Princeton University Press (under contract)

Beate Fricke, Beautiful Genesis. Creation and Creativity in Medieval Art, Penn State University Press, 2022 (under contract).

Edited Volumes

Beate Fricke and Ittai Weinryb (Eds.), Holy Smoke. Censers across cultures (in preparation).

Beate Fricke and Lucas Burkart (Eds.), Shifting Horizons. A Line and its Movement in Art, History and Literature, Basel: Schwabe 2021 (in preparation).

Beate Fricke and Aden Kumler (Eds.), Destroyed – Disappeared – Lost – Never Were, (in preparation).

Articles (with peer review)

Beate Fricke, Thinking in Spheres. The Curvature, the Horizon and Pictorial Space on The Feldbach Altarpiece (ca. 1460), (under review).

Meekyung MacMurdie: “Proven Recipes: Geometry and the Art of Arabic Medicine,” in The Diagram Paradigm: Cross-Cultural Approaches, edited by Jeffrey Hamburger, David Roxburgh, and Linda Safran (under review, expected publication Fall 2021).

Theresa Holler, Natur als Protagonistin von Dantes Inferno. Von Erdbeben, Baumseelen und Tränenflüssen, in: Romanische Forschungen 131 (2019), pp. 347-374.

Book chapters

Beate Fricke, “Horizont und Panorama,” in: Jerusalem in Scherzligen. 550 Jahre Scherzliger Passionspanorama, Basel: Schwabe, 2021 (in preparation).

Stefanie Lenk, “Merging University Museum and Volksbildung – The Curatorial Strategies of Berlin’s Museum für Meereskunde in 1900”, in: Kathleen Davidson, Molly Duggins (Eds.), Sea Currents in Nineteenth-Century Art, Science and Culture. Commodifying the Ocean World, Bloomsbury/ London 2021 (in press).

Beate Fricke, Speaking Bones and Narrative Pictures. Aniconism Versus Visual Narratives on Small Tabernacles in Late-Medieval Christian Art, in: Im Namen des Bildes, exhibition catalogue Zurich: Rietberg Museum, Berlin/Stuttgart: Hatje Cantz, 2020 (in press).

Beate Fricke, Hinges as Hints. Heaven and Earth in the Coconut Goblet at the Cathedral of Münster, Part of a Lost Rock Crystal Ensemble, in: Seeking Transparency. Rock Crystals Across the Medieval Mediterranean, ed. by Cynthia Hahn and Avinoam Shalem, Berlin: Reimer, 2020, pp. 197-210.

Beate Fricke, At the Threshold of Painting. The Man of Sorrows by Albrecht Dürer, in: Renaissance Metapainting, ed. by Peter Bokody and Alexander Nagel, Turnhout: Brepols, 2020, pp. 198-238.

Stefanie Lenk, “Legacy – The Attempted Foundation of a Protestant Theology of Art”, in: Jaś Elsner (Ed.), Empires of Faith in Late Antiquity. Histories of Art and Religion from India to Ireland, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020, pp. 161-185.

Beate Fricke, Artifex and Opifex – The Medieval Artist, in: A Companion to Medieval Art: Romanesque and Gothic in Northern Europe, Second Edition, ed. by Conrad Rudolph, Wiley 2019, pp. 45-69.

Stefanie Lenk, “Cristãos Ibéricos e Antiguidade Clássica — o Baptistério de Milreu/Estói (Algarve) nos Finais da Antiguidade Tardia”, in: Jorge Tomás García, Vanessa Del Prete (Hrsg.), Imágenes, lengua y creencias en Lusitania romana. 2019, Archaeopress, Oxford.

Beate Fricke and Theresa Holler, “Rosenrot. Die Bildwelt von Flora, Fauna und Fons vitae im Godesscalc-Evangelistar als Heilsraum,” in: Die Handschriften der Hofschule Kaiser Karls des Großen. Individuelle Gestalt und europäisches Kulturerbe, ed. by Michael Embach, Claudine Moulin and Harald Wolter-von dem Knesebeck, Trier 2019, pp. 97-127.

Corinne Mühlemann, catalogue entries: “Tiraz-Inschrift mit Auszügen aus dem Koran” and “Fragment eines Seidenstoffes mit Inschriften- und Perlband” in: Zeitenwende 1400. Die goldene Tafel als europäisches Meisterwerk, ed. by Antje-Fee Köllermann und Christine Unsinn, Petersberg : Michael Imhof Verlag, 2019, Kat. Nr. 35, p. 156 and 167.