April 22, 1995
Art and Ritual at the Threshold: The Imagery of Portals in Medieval Europe

Michael Camille,
University of Chicago,
Department of Art History

Anal Entry and Prohibited Passageways in the Medieval City

Brendan Cassidy,
Princeton University,
Index of Christian Art

Justice and Mercy in CitÓ di Castello

Giles Constable,
Institute for Advanced Study

Discussion

Slobodan Curcic,
Princeton University,
Department of Art and Archaeology

Response

Barbara Deimling,
Princeton University,
Index of Christian Art

Welcome and Introductory Remarks

David Gillermann,
Wesleyan College,
Department of Art History

The Gothic Cathedral Fašade between Public Ceremony and Private Devotion

Alick McLean,
University of Miami,
School of Architecture

The Triumphal Arch and the Temple Front in 11th1 and 12th-century Tuscan Architecture

Felicity RattÚ,
Union College,
Department of Art History

Architectural Invitations: Images of City Gates in Medieval Italian Painting

Linda Seidel,
University of Chicago,
Department of Art History

Romanesque Portals: Rites of Passage

Nancy Spatz,
The Colorado College,
Department of History

Portal Iconography created by the Roman Cardinalate in their 12th-century Titular Churches

Johannes Tripps,
Kunsthistorisches Institut,
Florence, Italy

The Virgin Mary as Role Model for Female Rituals at Church Portals

Christine Verzar,
Ohio State University,
Department of Art History

Response

Otto Karl Werckmeister,
Northwestern University,
Department of Art History

Geopolitics of Romanesque Portals