November 23rd, 2013
Delaware Valley Medieval Association - Meeting of November 23, 2013

This conference was organized by The Index of Christian Art for the Delaware Valley Medievalist Association.

Markus Cruse,
School of International Letters and Cultures, Arizona State University and Institute for Advanced Study

“What Marco Polo’s Travel Account Meant to its Earliest Readers”

Michael Curschmann,
Department of German, Princeton University, Emeritus

“Duo bellatores: The Changing Contexts and Meanings of a Visual Paradigm”

Judith Golden,
Index of Christian Art, Princeton University

“Mahaut, Countess of Artois as Patron, proclaiming Wealth and Heritage through her Gardens and her Art”

Maureen McCormick,
Prosopon School of Iconology and Princeton University Art Museum

“From Image to Likeness: Musings of a Latter Day Iconographer”

Helmut Reimitz,
Department of History, Princeton University

“History and Cultural Brokerage in Late Antiquity”

Susan Mosher Stuard,
Department of History, Haverford College, Emerita

“Shopping as Consuming Acts in Fourteenth Century Italian Towns”

Elizabeth Valdez del Álamo,
Department of Art and Design, Montclair State University

“Hearing the Image at Santo Domingo de Silos"