Issue Two: Monstrosity

 

The papers in this issue were drawn in part from several sessions organized by Asa Mittman and Debra Strickland, and sponsored by the International Center for Medieval Art and the Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, for the 2008 International Medieval Congress at Leeds.

Editor-in-Chief: Rachel Dressler, University at Albany

Guest Editors: Asa Mittman, Art and Art History, California State University, Chico; Debra Higgs Strickland, Glasgow Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies/History of Art, University of Glasgow

Contents

Debra Higgs Strickland, Glasgow Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies/History of Art, University of Glasgow. Introduction: The Future is Necessarily MonstrousPDF

Susan M. Kim, English, Illinois State University; and Asa Simon Mittman, Art and Art History, California State University, Chico. Ungefraegelicu deor: Truth and the Wonders of the EastPDF

Dana Oswald, English, University of Wisconsin, Parkside. Unnatural Women, Invisible Mothers: Monstrous Female Bodies in the Wonders of the EastPDF

Asa Simon Mittman, Art and Art History, California State University, Chico; and Susan M. Kim, English, Illinois State University. Anglo Saxon Frames of Reference: Framing the Real in the Wonders of the EastPDF

Rosalyn Saunders, English Language, University of Glasgow: Becoming Undone. Monstrosity, Leaslicam Wordum, and the Strange Case of the Donestre • PDF

Debra Higgs Strickland, Glasgow Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies/History of Art, University of Glasgow. The Sartorial Monsters of Herzog ErnstPDF

Suzanne Lewis, Art & Art History, Emerita, Stanford University. Encounters with Monsters at the End of Time: Some Early Medieval Visualizations of Apocalyptic Eschatology.PDF