Making and Meaning in Insular Art: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Insular Art Held at Trinity College Dublin, 25-28 August 2005
Comprising papers from the 5th international conference on insular art held at Trinity College in August 2005, this volume deals with the technological and intellectual contexts of insular sculpture, metalwork, manuscript illumination and architecture, and the use of new methodologies in the scholarship of early medieval art. Contributors include: Martin√?¬?√?¬?Carver (U. York), Gifford Charles-Edwards (U. Wales, Bangor), Anna Gannon (U. Cambridge & British Museum), Mark Hall (Perth Museum & Art Gallery), Peter Harbison (RIA), Jane Hawkes (U. York), Colum Hourihane (Princeton), Catherine E. Karkov (Miami U.), Bernard Meehan (TCD), Tessa Morrison (U. Newcastle, Australia), Paul Mullarkey (NMI), Griffin Murray (UCC), Lawrence Nees (U. Delaware), Carol Neuman de Vegvar (Ohio Wesleyan U.), D√?¬?√?¬°ibh√?¬?√?¬- √?¬?√?¬? Cr√?¬?√?¬3n√?¬?√?¬-n (NUIG), Jenifer N√?¬?√?¬- Ghr√?¬?√?¬°daigh (DIAS), Tom√?¬?√?¬°s √?¬?√?¬? Carrag√?¬?√?¬°in (UCC), Jennifer O'Reilly (UCC), Heather Pulliam (Western Kentucky U.), Michael Ryan (CBL), Roger Stalley (TCD), Catherine Swift (NUIM), and Niamh Whitfield (Morley College, London).
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