October 28th and 29th 1997
Iconography at the Index – Celebrating Eighty Years of the Index of Christian Art

Adelaide Bennett,
Princeton University
Index of Christian Art

A Woman’s Power of Prayer Versus the Devil in a Book of Hours of circa 1300.

Anne Marie Bouche,
Princeton University

Moderator – Tuesday afternoon

Hans Brandhorst,
Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht,
Departement Computer en Letteren

The Icoographic Comparison of Miniature Cycles, A Case Study

Michael Curschmann,
Princeton University,
Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures

On the Iconography of Vernacular Speech in 12th and 13th Century Manuscripts

James D’Emilio,
University of South Florida,
Humanities Department

Looking Eastwards; The Story of Noe at Monreale Cathedral

John Fleming,
Princeton University,
Department of English

The Personal Appropriation of Iconographic Forms: Two Franciscan Signatures

Jaroslav Folda,
University of North Carolina,
Department of Art

Problems in the Iconography of the Art of the Crusaders

Cynthia Hahn,
Florida State University,
Department of Art History

Iconography of Intertextuality? Reliquaries of Limoges

Debra Hassig,
University of Oklahoma,
Department of Modern Languages

The Iconography of Rejection: Jews and Other Monstrous Races

Avril Henry,
University of Exeter,
School of English and American Studies

Daring Conflation? A Difficult Image in the Genesis Sequence of the Eton Roundels (Eton College MS.177.f.2r)

Colum Hourihane,
Princeton University,
Index of Christian Art

Introduction

James Marrow,
Princeton University

Moderator - Tuesday morning

William Noel,
Walters Art Gallery,
Department of Manuscripts and Rare Books

The Visual Syntax of the Utrecht Psalter

Alison Stones,
University of Pittsburgh,
Henry Clay Frick Department of History of Art

Nipples, Entrails, Severed Heads and Skin; Devotional Pictures for Madame Marie on the Franco-German border in the late 13th Century

Kirk Alexander,
Princeton University

Moderator – Wednesday afternoon

Hans Brandhorst,
Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht,
Departement Computer en Letteren

ICONCLASS and the Outside World

Joseph Busch,
Getty Information Institute

Moderator – Wednesday morning

Eleanor Fink,
Director,
Getty Information Institute

Welcome and opening address

Eileen Fry,
Indiana University,
Department of History of Art

Admittance to Mecca – A Non-Specialist

Lutz Heusinger,
Bildarchiv Foto, Marburg

How to Improve Art Historical Standards

Colum Hourihane,
Princeton University,
Index of Christian Art

Concluding remarks

Marco Lattanzi,
Ministero per I Beni Culturali e Ambientali, ICCD

The ICCD Project of the Italian Version of ICONCLASS

Helene Roberts,
Dartmouth College,
Art History Department

The Precedent Behind Every Action, Its Invisible, Ever Present Lining

Carol Togneri,
Getty Information Institute,
Provenance Index

ICONCLASS and its Application to Primary Documents

Jurgen Van Den Berg,
Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht,
Departement Computer en Letteren

ICONCLASS: The New Browser, Interface and System

Peter Van Huisstede,
Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht,
Departement Computer en Letteren

ICONCLASS as an Indexing Tool

Ger Vellekoop,
Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht,
Departement Computer en Letteren

Multi-Lingual ICONCLASS – Translating the ICONCLASS System

The proceedings from this conference have been published and this volume is available for purchase from the Princeton University Press