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The French Renaissance In Prints [Review], Patricia Emison Dec 1996

The French Renaissance In Prints [Review], Patricia Emison

Art and Art History Scholarship

Patricia Emison's review of a book edited by Karen Jacobson


Silenced Sacred Spaces: Selected Photographs Of Syrian Synagogues By Robert Lyons, Samuel Gruber, Samuel D. Gruber Sep 1996

Silenced Sacred Spaces: Selected Photographs Of Syrian Synagogues By Robert Lyons, Samuel Gruber, Samuel D. Gruber

Religion

Discusses the history and architecture of the synagogues of Syria documented by photographer Robert Lyons in a survey sponsored by the Jewish Heritage Council of the World Monuments Fund.


Silenced Sacred Spaces: Selected Photographs Of Syrian Synagogues By Robert Lyons, Exhibition Essay, Lowe Art Gallery, Syracuse University, Samuel D. Gruber Dr. Aug 1996

Silenced Sacred Spaces: Selected Photographs Of Syrian Synagogues By Robert Lyons, Exhibition Essay, Lowe Art Gallery, Syracuse University, Samuel D. Gruber Dr.

Samuel D. Gruber, Ph.D.

No abstract provided.


Building Medieval Constantinople, Robert G. Ousterhout Jan 1996

Building Medieval Constantinople, Robert G. Ousterhout

Departmental Papers (History of Art)

The visitor to modem Istanbul is often struck by the dramatic contrasts of the city: ostentatious displays of wealth appear side by side with poverty and squalor; the decrepid hovels of the poor lie in the shadows of monuments of past glory; at the same time, a new city rises amid the ruins of antiquity. How much has the character of the city changed since Byzantine times?


Restaurateurs Et Créateurs De Vitraux À La Cathédrale De Beauvais Dans Les Années 1340, Michael Watt Cothren Jan 1996

Restaurateurs Et Créateurs De Vitraux À La Cathédrale De Beauvais Dans Les Années 1340, Michael Watt Cothren

Art & Art History Faculty Works

No abstract provided.


Review: Il Trionfo Della Miseria, Gli Alberghi Dei Poveri Di Genova, Palermo E Napoli, George Gorse Jan 1996

Review: Il Trionfo Della Miseria, Gli Alberghi Dei Poveri Di Genova, Palermo E Napoli, George Gorse

Pomona Faculty Publications and Research

Since Michel Foucault's seminal essays on the asylum, prison, and hospital in the Age of Reason, architectural historians have begun to examine these major public institutions in the life and pathology of the early modern city. This volume extends the disciplinary focus to public assistance and monumental housing for the poor, which was often closely related in ideology and building type to asylums, prisons, monasteries, and hospitals. Foucauldian intellectual history and urban history, with its concomitant interest in vernacular traditions, converge in this comparative study of Genoa, Palermo, and Naples during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.