You will find updates about new publications by Department staff in this section of the website. More information about publications can also be found in the individual staff profiles.
Professor Richard Marks
Studies in the Art and Imagery of the Middle Ages (Pindar, 2013)
Dr Jo Applin
Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Room-Phalli’s Field (London and Cambridge, Mass: Afterall and MIT Press, 2012)
Dr Jo Applin
Eccentric Objects: Rethinking Sculpture in 1960s America (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2012)
Isabel Clara Eugenia: Female Sovereignty in the Courts of Madrid and Brussels
Edited by Cordula van Wyhe, Centro de Estudios Europa Hispánica, (Madrid 2012). The fourteen authors of this in-depth study bring a considerable diversity of approaches, methods and perspectives to our understanding of the infanta as a political and cultural figure – from her childhood at the Spanish court to her death as a widow. She comes alive not only as a historical person on the broader diplomatic stage of early modern European politics but also in the specific visual, devotional and ritual practices, which underpinned female sovereignty. As the first publication of its kind, this book will prove essential reading for anyone interested in the subject. Available in English and Spanish.
The Story of De Stijl
Hans Janssen and Michael White, 'The Story of De Stijl / Het verhaal van De Stijl' (Ludion Press, Antwerp, 2011). Written in collaboration with a senior curator at the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, Michael White's new publication accompanies the major, new permanent display there on Mondrian and De Stijl, which opened in September 2011
This important volume is now out.
William Etty: Art & Controversy (London: Philip Wilson Publishers in association with York Museums Trust, 2011) accompanies a major exhibition on William Etty at York Art Gallery. It contains essays by four members of the department, Dr Sarah Burnage, Professor Jason Edwards, Professor Mark Hallett and Dr Sarah Victoria Turner.
Dr Nicholas Chare
'Writing Perceptions: The Matter of Words and the Rollright Stones', in Art History 34:2 (April 2011), pp. 244-67
Professor Jason Edwards
'"Tell Me Not Wherein I Seem Unnatural”: Queer Meditations upon Coriolanus in the Time of War', in Madhavi Menon, ed., Shakesqueer (Duke University Press, 2010).
Dr Jo Applin
‘Productive Fictions: Eva Löfdahl’, in Ann-Sofi Noring (ed) Eva Löfdahl (Stockholm: Moderna Museet, 2011)
Dr James Boaden
'Black Painting (with Ashville Citizen)', in Art History, 31:1 (Feb 2011), 166-191
James Boaden's article (PDF , 1,218kb)
Dr Jeanne Neuchterlein
Translating Nature into Art: Holbein, the Reformation, and Renaissance Rhetoric
Dr Sarah Victoria Turner
'Stone, Sex and Empire: Direct Carving and "British" Sculpture', in Modern British Sculpture