Art History Division Faculty Publications
Björn Anderson - Book chapter: “Lines in the Sand: Horizons of Real and Imagined Power in Persian Arabia.” In The Art of Empire in Achaemenid Persia: Festschrift in Honor of Margaret Cool Root, edited by E. Dusinberre and M. Garrison, 565-600. Leiden, Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, 2020.
Robert Bork - Book review: Review of Merlijn Hurx’s Architecture as Profession: The Origins of Architectural Practice in the Low Countries in the Fifteenth Century. Speculum 95.1 (January, 2020), 261-263.
Robert Bork - Book review: Review of Dany Sandron and Andrew Tallon, Notre Dame Cathedral: Nine Centuries of History. CAA Reviews, July 9, 2020, DOI: 10.3202/caa.reviews.2020.60
Robert Bork - Book review: Review of Tom Nickson and Nicola Jennings, eds. Gothic Architecture in Spain: Invention and Imitation. The Burlington Magazine 162 (December 2020), 1214-1215.
Joni Kinsey - Book chapter: “Triangulating the View: The Allied Arts of the Great Surveys,” in Cartographic Expeditions and Visual Culture in the Nineteenth-Century Americas, edited by Julia Rosenbaum and Ernest Capello. Routledge Press, 2020.
Brenda Longfellow - Book review: Review of Jaś Elsner. The Art of the Roman Empire AD 100-450. Second edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018 (first edition 1998). The Classical Review 70.2 (2020):534.
Robert Bork - Book chapter: “The Geometrical Roots of Gothic Design and Aesthetics: The Case of the Cologne Cathedral Choir.” In The Edinburgh University Press Companion to Gothic and the Arts, edited by D. Punter, 52-68. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Robert Bork - Book chapter: “Roland Sanfaçon and the Rehabilitation of Flamboyant Architecture.” In L'Architecture flamboyante en France. Autour de Roland Sanfaçon, edited by S.D. Daussy-Timbert, Postface. Lille: Presses universitaires du Septentrion.
Robert Bork - Book review: Review of Pablo de la Riestra’s Die Revolte der Gotik. Kunstchronik 72, no. 8 (August): 446-52.
Robert Bork - Book review: Review of Hans Böker’s Michael von Savoyen und der Fassadenriss des Kölner Doms. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 78, no. 3 (September): 350-52.
Dorothy Johnson - Book chapter: “Fabulations of the Flesh: Géricault and the Praxis of Art and Anatomy.” In Visualizing the Body in Art, Anatomy and Medicine since 1800: Models, Modelling, edited by A. Graciano, 39-60. London: Routledge.
Joni Kinsey - Book chapter: “George Frederick Bensell, ‘After the Falls.’” In Wright Museum Collects: Wanda Hollensteiner Conservation Lectures and Highlights from the Permanent Collection. Beloit: Wright Museum, Beloit College.
Robert Bork - Book chapter: “Dynamic Unfolding and the Conventions of Procedure: Geometric Proportioning Strategies in Gothic Architectural Design.” In Proportional Systems in the History of Architecture, edited by M. Cohen and M. Delbeke, 317-346. Leiden: Leiden University Press.
Robert Bork - Encyclopedia entry: “Gothic Architecture.” In the Oxford Bibliographies Online project, entry co-written with Marc Carel Schurr, published online.
Robert Bork - Book: Late Gothic Architecture: Its Evolution, Extinction, and Reception. Turnhout: Brepols.
Robert Bork - Book review: Review of Anthony Emery’s Seats of Power in Europe during the Hundred Years War. Speculum 93, no. 4 (October): 1194-1195.
Dorothy Johnson - Book chapter: “Visceral Visions: Art, Pedagogy, and Politics in Revolutionary France.” In Bellies, Bowels, and Entrails in the Eighteenth Century, edited by R. Barr, S. Kleinman-Lafon and S. Vasset, 294-310. Manchester University Press.
Dorothy Johnson - Book chapter: “Food for Thought: Consuming and Digesting as Political Metaphor in French Satirical Prints.” In Gut Feeling and Digestive Health in Nineteenth-Century Literature, History and Culture,” edited by M. Mathias and A. Moore, 85-108. Palgrave.
Joni Kinsey - Book chapter: “Reality and Myths of the Wild West.” In Es War Einmal in Amerika (Once Upon a Time in America), 83-89. Cologne, Germany: Walraf-Richartz-Museum and Fondation Corboud, and Wienand Verlag.
Joni Kinsey - Book chapter: “Fred Easker’s Poetic Vision.” In Connected to Place: Landscape Paintings by Fred Easker, 5-9. Iowa City: Penfield Books.
Brenda Longfellow - Co-edited book: Roman Artists, Patrons, and Public Consumption: Familiar Works Reconsidered. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Co-editor with E.E. Perry.
Brenda Longfellow - Book chapter: “The Reuse and Redisplay of Honorific Statues in Pompeii.” In Reuse and Renovation in Roman Material Culture: Functions, Aesthetics, Interpretations, edited by M. Swetnam-Burland and D. Ng, 24-50. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Brenda Longfellow - Book chapter: “Spolia as Strategy in the Early Roman Empire: Reused Statues in Augustan Rome.” In Historiography, Culture and Religion in Classical Antiquity: Papers in Honor of Carin M.C. Green, edited by S. Bell and L. Holland, 203-216. Oxford: Archaeopress.
Brenda Longfellow - Book chapter: “Roman Art Reconsidered.” In Roman Artists, Patrons, and Public Consumption: Familiar Works Reconsidered, edited by B. Longfellow and E.E. Perry, 1-12. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Co-author with E.E. Perry.
Brenda Longfellow - Book chapter: “From Elite Villas to Public Spaces: The First Decorative Fountains in Ancient Rome.” In Water and Power in Past Societies, edited by E. Holt, 115-130. Buffalo: State University of New York Press.
Brenda Longfellow - Book chapter: “Reflecting the Past: The Nymphaeum near the Praetorium at Gortyn.” In Great Waterworks in Roman Greece: Aqueducts and Monumental Fountain Structures, edited by G. Aristodemou, 246-258. Oxford: Archaeopress.
Daniel Wallace Maze - Book chapter: “Giovanni Bellini: Birth, Parentage, and Independence," translated into Japanese by Kayoko Ichikawa. 黎明のアルストピア: ベッリーニからレオナルド・ダ・ヴィンチへ (Collectio atrium Italicarum I, Renascentia Prima Arstopia in Aurora: Ex Bellini ad Leonardo da Vinci), edited by H. Kanayama, 21-52. Tokyo: Arina Shobo.
Barbara Mooney - Book chapter: “Catholic Pregressivism on the Prairie: George P. Stauduhar and St. Benedict's Monastery.” In Modern Architecture and Religious Communities, 1850-1970, edited by A. Leptine & K. Jordan. London: Routledge (E-Book).
Björn Anderson - Book chapter: “Beyond Rome/Parthia: Intersections of Local and Imperial Traditions in the Visual Record of Hatra.” In Arsacids, Romans, and Local Elites: Cross-Cultural Interactions of the Parthian Empire, edited by B. B. Rubin & J. Schlude, 137-158. Oxford: Oxbow.
Dorothy Johnson - Book chapter: “The Body Speaks: Anatomical Narratives in French Enlightenment Sculpture.” In Body Narratives. Motion and Emotion in the French Enlightenment, edited by S. Caviglia, 29-62. Brepols Press.
Daniel Wallace Maze - Book chapter: "The Life of Giovanni Bellini." In Giovanni Bellini: Landscapes of Faith in Renaissance Venice, edited by D. Gasparotto, 37-56. Los Angeles: Getty Publications.
Barbara Mooney - Book chapter – “Bearing to Your Senese Sweet Sounds and Oders: Early Impressions of the Prairie Landscape.” In Sound and Scent in the Garden, edited D. F. Ruggles. Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks, 2017.
Robert Bork - Book chapter: “Changing Geometries in the Reims North Transept.” In New Perspectives on the North Transept of Reims Cathedral, edited by J. Feltman, 65-84. Farnham: Ashgate.
Robert Bork - Book chapter: “Geometrie, Proportionen, und Vermessungen in der Liebfrauenkirche.” In Liebfrauen in Trier – Architektur und Ausstattung von der Gotik bis zur Gegenwart, edited by S. Heinz & A. Tacke, 187-198. Petersberg: Imhof.
Julie Hochstrasser - Book chapter – “Still Lively: Recent Scholarship on Still-Life Painting.” The Ashgate Research Companion to Dutch Art of the Seventeenth Century, edited by W. Franits, 43-72. Farnham: Ashgate.
Julie Hochstrasser - Book chapter – “Whose Baroque? Drawing and Human Experience Among the Khoikhoi.” Netherlandish Art in its Global Context 2016, edited by T. Weststijn, E. Jorink, & F. Scholten, 196-231. Zwolle: Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek/Netherlands Yearbook for Art History, Waanders Uitgevers.
Dorothy Johnson - Book review: Review of David Bindman’s Warm Flesh, Cold Marble. Canova, Thorvaldsen and their Critics. Sehepunkte.Kunstform. Rezensionsjournal für die Geschichtswissenschaften, Ausgabe 15, no. 9. (https://www.arthistoricum.net/en/kunstform/rezension/ausgabe/2015/9/25239/)
Joni Kinsey - Exhibition: “Just Living: Grant Wood at 125.” In the exhibition “Social (In)Justice,” Collaborator Curator. Event held at Blackbox Theater Gallery, Iowa Memorial Union in Iowa City, Iowa. Sponsored by University of Iowa Museum of Art. (https://stanleymuseum.uiowa.edu/events/exhibition-lecture-grant-woods-125th-birthday-by-joni-kinsey/)
Brenda Longfellow - Book chapter: “The Silhatarağa Statues in Context.” In Fountains and Water Culture in Byzantium, edited by P. Stephenson and I. Nilsson, 68-86. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Barbara Mooney - Book Review: Review of The Pleasure Garden, from Vauxhall to Coney Island, edited by J. Conlin. SehePunkte: Review Journal for History 16, no. 9: (http://www.sehepunkte.de/2016/09/23130.html)
Christopher Roy - Book Chapter: “The Art Market in Burkina Faso: A Personal Recollection.” In Africa in the market: 20th Century art from the Amrad African Art Collection. Chapter 2 edited by Silvia Forni and Christopher Steiner. Ottowa: Royal Ontario Museum.
Björn Anderson - Book Chapter: “Persian Memories and the Programmatic Nature of Nabataean Funerary Architecture.” In Political Memory in and after the Persian Empire, edited by C. Waerzeggers & J. Silverman, 27-51. Atlanta, Georgia: Ancient Near Eastern Monographs: Society of Biblical Literature.
Robert Bork - Review: Meredith Cohen’s The Sainte-Chapelle and the Construction of Sacral Monarchy: Royal Architecture in Thirteenth-Century Paris. H-France Review 15. (http://www.h-france.net/vol15reviews/vol15no161bork.pdf)
Julie Hochstrasser - Catalog entries: Asia in Amsterdam: The Culture of Luxury in the Golden Age, edited by K. Corrigan & J. van Campen. Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum; and Waanders Uitgevers. Four Entries. Exhibition at Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam and the Peabody Essex Museum of Harvard University, Salem, Massachusetts
Dorothy Johnson - Article: “Anatomie, réalité, idéalité dans l’art français autour de 1800.” Etudes sur le 18e siècle 42, 177-192.
Joni Kinsey - Article: “Shoshone Falls: The Niagara of the West.” Sitelines: A Journal of Place (Foundation for Landscape Studies) 10, no. 2: 16-18.
Brenda Longfellow - Book chapter: “Architectural context.” In Oxford Handbook of Roman Sculpture, edited by E.A. Friedland and M. Grunow Sobocinski, 343-57. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Brenda Longfellow - Article: “Female Patrons and Honorific Statues in Pompeii.” Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome 59/60: 81-101.
Christopher Roy - Book: Mossi: Diversity in the Art of a West African People. Milan, Italy: 5 Continents Editions.