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HART 213: Triumph of Romanesque (Art History: Givans)

Course:
HART 213: Triumph of Romanesque
Institution:
MassArt
Instructor:
Givans, Duncan
Department:
Art History

Items

On reserve at a library:
  1. Architecture and ideology in early medieval Spain / Jerrilynn D. Dodds.
  2. Carolingian and Romanesque architecture, 800 to 1200 / Kenneth John Conant.
  3. Carolingian and Romanesque architecture, 800 to 1200.
  4. Design and construction in Romanesque architecture : first Romanesque architecture and the pointed arch in Burgundy and northern Italy / C. Edson Armi.
  5. Early Christian and Byzantine architecture / Richard Krautheimer.
  6. Early medieval architecture / Roger Stalley.
  7. English castle, 1066-1650 / John Goodall.
  8. Origins of medieval architecture : building in Europe, A.D 600-900 / Charles B. McClendon.
  9. Romanesque : towns, cathedrals and monasteries / Xavier Barral i Altet ; photos, Claude Huber, Anne and Henri Stierlin.
  10. Romanesque architecture and its sculptural decoration in Christian Spain, 1000-1120 : exploring frontiers and defining identities / Janice Mann.
  11. Romanesque sculpture : the revival of monumental stone sculpture in the eleventh and twelfth centuries / M. F. Hearn.
  12. Spanish Romanesque architecture of the eleventh century.
Available online:
  1. (Ambrose) "Ch. 2: Gestures as bearers of meaning" from The native sculpture of Vezelay
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  2. (Ashbee) "Ch. 4: The function on the White Tower under the Normans" from The White Tower
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  3. (Borsook) "Ch. 4: Monreale: The legacy proclaimed" from Messages in mosaic
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  4. (Carragain) "Ch. 2: Drystone churches and regional identity in Corcu Duibne" Churches in early medieval Ireland
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  5. (Denny) "The last judgement Tympanum at Autun: its sources and meanings" from Speculum v. 57 no. 3 (July 1982)
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  6. (Fernie) "Ch. 6: Ministers and Parish Churches" from The architecture of Norman England
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  7. (Hare) "The study of early church architecture in Ireland: an Anglo-Saxon viewpoint" from The Anglo-Saxon Church
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  8. (Hearn) "Ch. 1: From antiquity to the Romanesque revival" from Romanesque Sculpture
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  9. (Hearn) "Chapter 2: The eleventh-century origins: Capitals and relief slabs" from Romanesque Sculpture
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  10. (Hearn) "Introduction from the book Romanesque Sculpture" from Romanesque Sculpture
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  11. (Heitz) "The iconography of architectural form" from The anglo-Saxon Church
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  12. (Heslop) "Ch. 4: Romanesque architecture and social context" from Norwich Castle Keep
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  13. (Heslop) "Ch. 4: Romanesque architecture and social context" from Norwich castle keep
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  14. (Heslop) "Orford Castle: nostalgia and sophisticated living" from Architectural History v. 34 (1991)
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  15. (Kluckert) "Romanesque building styles/Glossary and Maps" from Romanesque: Architecture, Painting, Sculpture
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  16. (Kruger) "Chapter 8: Architecture and liturgical practice: The Cluniac galilaea" from The white mantle of churches
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  17. (Liddiard) "Castle rising, Norfolk: "a landscape of lordship?" from Anglo-Norman Studies XXII
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  18. (Malone) "Chapter 9: St. Benigne in Dijon as Exemplum of Rodulf Glaber's metaphoric "White Mantle" from The white mantle of churches
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  19. (Mann) "Chapter 13: A new architecture for a new order: the building projects of Sancho El Mayor" from The white mantle of churches
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  20. (McClendon) "Ch. 8: The Monastic Realm: Ideal and Reality" from The Origins of Medieval Architecture
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  21. (McClendon) "Ch. 9: The innovations of later Carolingian Architecture" from The origins of medieval architecture
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  22. (McClendon) "Chapter 12: Church building in Northern Italy around the year 1000: a reappraisal " from The white mantle of churches
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  23. (Plant) "Chapter 2: Architectural developments in the empire north of the Alps: the patronage of the Imperial court" from The white mantle of churches
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  24. (Sanderson) "Chapter 4: Monastic architecture and the Gorze reforms reconsidered" from The white mantle of churches
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  25. (Sauerlander) "Ch. 1: Romanesque sculpture in its Architectural Context" from The Romanesque Frieze and its spectator
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  26. (Sauerlander) "Style or transition?" from Architectural History v. 30 1987
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  27. (Thurbly) "The roles of the patron and the master mason in the first design of the Romanesque Cathedral of Durham" from Anglo-Norman Durham 1093-1193
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  28. (Tronzo)"Ch. 4: On the self-sufficiency of the image in King Roger's Sicily" from The cultures of his kingdom
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  29. (Yandell) "Ch. 2: Mapping the happiest place on earth: Disney's medieval cartography" from The Disney Middle Ages
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