TitleMeaning and Design in Insular Art, II
Date/TimeMonday 8 July 2002: 14.15-15.45
SponsorCentre for Medieval Studies, University of York
OrganiserJane Hawkes, Department of History of Art, University of York
Niamh Whitfield, Independent Scholar, London
Moderator/ChairNiamh Whitfield, Independent Scholar, London
Paper 202-a Anglo-Saxon Coinage: Designs with Meaning - Meaning with Design
(Language: English)
Anna Gannon, St Edmund's College, University of Cambridge
Index Terms: Art History - General
Paper 202-b Living Tradition: The Role of Celtic Motifs in the Development of Insular Art
(Language: English)
Susan M. Youngs, Department of Medieval & Later Antiquities, British Museum, London
Index Terms: Art History - General
Paper 202-c Bodies in Text: Human Figures in Carpet and Incipit Pages of Insular Gospel Books
(Language: English)
Carol A. Farr, Independent Scholar, London
Abstractsession 2 of 3, (104-6), not to clash with Anglo-Saxon and Celtic. schedule all 3 sessions on same day. Also not to clash with AVISTA sessions 137-41 or 2 Jewish Art sessions