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Medieval Memoria Research

Publications

The following list gives an overview of all of the publications which have been announced in MMR over the years. Please note that there is a comprehensive memoria bibliography available on the MeMO portal page. However, the bibliography focusses entirely on publications concerning memoria in the Low Countries, while the following list also includes publications about the medieval memorial culture in other countries.

2006200720082009 – 2010201120122013 – 201420152016

2006

  • Ronald van Belle, Vlakke grafmonumenten en memorietaferelen met persoonsafbeeldingen in West-Vlaanderen: een inventaris, funeraire symboliek en een overzicht van het kostuum (Brugge, 2006).
  • Douglas Brine, Piety and Purgatory: Wall-mounted memorials from the southern Netherlands, c.1380-1520 (London, 2006).

2007

  • Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Do ut des. Gift Giving, Memoria, and Conflict Management in the Medieval Low Countries (Hilversum, Verloren, 2007).
  • Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, ‘The Medieval Gift as Agent of Social Bonding and Power’, in: Do ut des. Gift Giving, Memoria, and Conflict Management in the Medieval Low Countries, Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld (Hilversum, Verloren, 2007), 17-39.
  • Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, ‘Afterword: the Study of Gift Giving since the 1990s’, in: Do ut des. Gift Giving, Memoria, and Conflict Management in the Medieval Low Countries, Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld (Hilversum, Verloren, 2007), 40-50.
  • Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, ‘Beyond Legal Sources: Contextualizing Charters of Gift’, in: Do ut des. Gift Giving, Memoria, and Conflict Management in the Medieval Low Countries, Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld (Hilversum, Verloren, 2007), 51-61.
  • Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, ‘A Glove on the Altar: Profane Symbols and Sacred Rituals’, in: Do ut des. Gift Giving, Memoria, and Conflict Management in the Medieval Low Countries, Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld (Hilversum, Verloren, 2007), 62-82.
  • Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, ‘Gift Exchange, Landed Property, and Eternity: the Priory of Postel’, in: Do ut des. Gift Giving, Memoria, and Conflict Management in the Medieval Low Countries, Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld (Hilversum, Verloren, 2007), 83-123.
  • Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, ‘Commemorating Patrons and Gifts in Monastic Chronicles’, in: Do ut des. Gift Giving, Memoria, and Conflict Management in the Medieval Low Countries, Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld (Hilversum, Verloren, 2007), 124-157.
  • Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, ‘In mei memoriam: Hollow Phrase or Intentional Formula?’, in: Do ut des. Gift Giving, Memoria, and Conflict Management in the Medieval Low Countries, Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld (Hilversum, Verloren, 2007), 158-187.
  • Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, ‘Eternal Life, Perpetual Glory: Memorializing Donors and Founders’, in: Do ut des. Gift Giving, Memoria, and Conflict Management in the Medieval Low Countries, Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld (Hilversum, Verloren, 2007), 188-214.
  • Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, ‘In Honour Bound: Give and Take’, in: Do ut des. Gift Giving, Memoria, and Conflict Management in the Medieval Low Countries, Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld (Hilversum, Verloren, 2007), 215-229.
  • Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, ‘Appealing to the Mighty Vindicator: Canons and Laymen in Conflict’, in: Do ut des. Gift Giving, Memoria, and Conflict Management in the Medieval Low Countries, Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld (Hilversum, Verloren, 2007), 230-246.
  • Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, ‘Review of: H. Tummers, H. Kurvers, A. Reinstra and H. Tolboom, Bestendige vergankelijkheid. Het gerestaureerde grafmonument voor Frederik van Renesse (Zeist, 2004)’, in: Noordbrabants Historisch Jaarboek 24 (2007), 211-212.
  • Douglas Brine, ‘Campin’s Contemporaries: Painting in Tournai in the Early Fifteenth Century’, in: Campin in Context. Peinture et société dans la vallée de l’Escaut à l’époque de Robert Campin 1375-1445, ed. L. Nys and D. Vanwijnsberghe (Valenciennes, Brussels & Tournai, 2007), 101-112.
  • J. Deploige, ‘Twisten via heiligen. Over de hagiografische dialoog tussen de Gentse abdijen van Sint-Pieters en Sint-Baafs, 941-1079’, in: Handelingen der Maatschappij voor Geschiedenis en Oudheidkunde van Gent 61 (2007), 27-78.
  • J. Deploige, ‘Eremitische helden, verdrongen vaderfiguren. Over moeizame institutionaliseringsprocessen en selectieve herinnering in de middeleeuwse Zuidelijke Nederlanden’, in: Trajecta. Religie, cultuur en samenleving in de Nederlanden 16 (2007), 289-310.
  • Susanne Franke, ‘Between status and spiritual salvation: The Portinari triptych and Tomasso Portinari’s concern for his memoria’, in: Simiolus 33 (2007/2008), 123-144.
  • Anique de Kruijf, ‘Uit de kast. Relieken verwijderd uit hun oorspronkelijke context’, in: Madoc 21 (2007), 194-202.
  • Anique de Kruijf, ‘Heilige inhaligheid. De diefstal van een fragment van Willibrords sandaal’, in: Tijdschrift Oud-Utrecht 80-5 (2007), 128-132.
  • Anique de Kruijf, ‘”Stof zijt gij…” De relieken in het altaar van de oud-katholieke Gertrudiskathedraal’, in: In de ban van de kerk. 25 jaar Kerken Kijken Utrecht, ed. Peter van de Coolwijk e.a. (Utrecht, 2007), 91-94.
  • Dirk van de Perre, ‘Het Kapittelboek van de Ninoofse abdij (1185-1652)’, in: Analecta Praemonstratensia 83 (2007), 128-155.

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2008

  • Dominique Allart, La peinture du XVe et du début du XVIe siècle dans les collections publiques de Liège (Bruxelles, 2008).
  • Llewellyn Bogaers, Aards, betrokken en zelfbewust. De verwevenheid van cultuur en religie in katholiek Utrecht, 1300 – 1600 (Utrecht 2008; dissertation, with an English summary).
  • Douglas Brine, ‘Rogier van der Weyden and Early Netherlandish Wall Memorials’, in: Immediations. The Courtauld Institute of Art Journal of Postgraduate Research 2-1 (2008), 7-27.
  • Douglas Brine, ‘Evidence for the forms and usage of early Netherlandish memorial paintings’, in: Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 71 (2008), 139-68.
  • Truus van Bueren, Andrea van Leerdam, Fenna Visser, ‘Memoria in beeld. Middeleeuwse memorievoorstellingen uit het (aarts)bisdom Utrecht’, (maart 2008), www.let.uu.nl/memorie/.
  • B. Diemel, ‘Herinneren en herdenken. Identiteitsvorming bij de Moderne Devotie in de Zuidelijke Nederlanden’, in: Trajecta 17:4 (2008), 353-376.
  • S.A.C. Dudok van Heel, Van Amsterdamse burgers tot Europese aristocraten. De Heijnen maagschap 1400-1800. Hun geschiedenis en hun portretten (Den Haag, 2008).
  • Susanne Franke, ‘Between status and spiritual salvation: The Portinari triptych and Tomasso Portinari’s concern for his memoria’, in: Simiolus 33 (2007/2008), 123-144.
  • Anique de Kruijf, ‘Stof zijt gij…’ Een deelinventarisatie van de reliekschat van de oud-katholieke Gertrudiskathedraal te Utrecht, (Utrecht: Clavis Stichting Publicaties Middeleeuwse Kunst, 2008).
  • Anique de Kruijf, ‘Heimelijke heiligheid. Schuilkerken uit de tijd van de Reformatie’, in: WIJS, maandblad van de EUG (februari 2008), 9-10.
  • Jens Lieven, Adel, Herrschaft und Memoria. Studien zur Erinnerungskultur der Grafen von Kleve und Geldern im Hochmittelalter (1020 bis 1250) (Bielefeld, 2008).
  • Dirk van de Perre, ‘Het necrologium van de Sint-Cornelius- en Sint-Cyprianusabdij van Ninove. Tekstuitgave van de oudste twee necrologia (1185/1188-1651 en 1652-1694) met inleiding en annotaties (with an English Summary)’, in: Analecta Praemonstratensia 84 (2008), 5-249.
  • Bert Timmermans, Patronen van patronage in het zeventiende-eeuwse Antwerpen. Een elite als actor binnen een kunstwereld (Amsterdam, 2008).
  • Dirk Vanclooster, Johan De Soete, Harry van Royen, Dansen met de dood (Brugge, 2008).

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2009

  • Alexander Andrée, ‘Lachrymose Eloquence: Hebrew Heritage and Roman Rhetoric in Gilbert the Universal’s Gloss on Lamentations’, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • A. Alduc-Le Bagousse (ed.), Inhumations de prestige ou prestige de l’inhumation? Expressions du pouvoir dans l’au-delà (IVe-XVe siècle) (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Bini Biemans-van der Wal, ‘De Nicolaikerk te Utrecht, het geestelijk huis van betrokken parochianen’, in: Henk Verhoef (red.), Het oude orgel van de Nicolaikerk te Utrecht. Kroongetuige van de Nederlandse muziekgeschiedenis (Zutphen, 2009), 154-185.
  • Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, ‘Memoria in de praktijk. Vroegen leken om liturgische gedachtenis?’, in: Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk in religieuze gemeenschappen uit de Lage Landen, 1000-1500, ed. J. Deploige, B. Meijns and R. Nip (Brussel, 2009).
  • Daniel Le Blévec, ‘Aumônes et charités dans la basse vallée du Rhône’, in: Mittelalterliche Bruderschaften in europäischen Städten. Funktionen, Formen, Akteure, eds. Monika Escher-Apsner, (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2009) 91-97.
  • Yvonne Bleyerveld, Robert Stein, ‘De bijbelse geschiedenis in glas. Een geschreven beeldprogramma voor een reeks glasramen in de pandgang van het klooster Scheut (circa 1515)’, in: De kartuize van Scheut en Rogier van der Weyden. Millennium: Tijdschrift voor middeleeuwse studies 23 (2009-1-2) 44-77.
  • Anne Bollmann, ‘Formen und Funktionen schriftlicher Memoria in den Schwesterngemeinschaften der Devotio Moderna’, in: Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk in religieuze gemeenschappen uit de Lage Landen, 1000-1500, ed. J. Deploige, B. Meijns and R. Nip (Brussel, 2009).
  • Stijn Bossuyt, ‘Founding a Memory: The Legitimation of ‘Memoria’ Foundations in Flanders c. 1100-1350 (Lille, Saint-Omer, and Bruges)’, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Magnar Breivik, ”The Lord enlighten our children that they may know the Way that leads to Prosperity’: The Seven Deadly Sins, AD 1933′, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Jørgen Bruhn, ‘From Reference to Deferment: Ekphrasis, Authority, and Fiction in Chrétien de Troyes’, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (ed.), Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Mette B. Bruun, ‘The Wilderness as ‘lieu de mémoire’: Literary Deserts of Cîteaux and La Trappe’, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Truus van Bueren, Fenna Visser, ‘De website Memoria in Beeld. Een hulpmiddel bij het onderzoek van memorievoorstellingen’, in: Madoc 23 (2009), 102-108.
  • Truus van Bueren, m.m.v. Marieke de Winkel, ‘Herinnering in de praktijk. De rol van beeld en geschrift’, in: Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk in religieuze gemeenschappen uit de Lage Landen, 1000-1500, ed. J. Deploige, R. Nip en B. Meijns (Brussel, 2009).
  • M. Cassidy-Welch, P. Sherlock (ed.), Practices of Gender in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Ingrid Ciulisová, ‘Memory and Witness: “Translated” Images’, in: Revue Belge d’Archéologie et d’Histoire de l’Art 78 (2009), 17-27.
  • Thomas Coomans and Anna Bergmans, ‘L’église Notre-Dame des Dominicains à Louvain (1251-1276). Le mémorial d’Henri III, duc de Brabant, et d’Alix de Bourgogne’, in: Bulletin monumental 167/2 (2009) 99-125.
  • Svein Aage Christoffersen, ‘Ambiguity and the Fullness of Time: The Sacred and the Profane in Caravaggio’s Paintings’, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Mario Damen, ‘De schenkers van Scheut. Het glasmecenaat van een kartuizerklooster, 1450-1530’, in: De kartuize van Scheut en Rogier van der Weyden. Millennium: Tijdschrift voor middeleeuwse studies 23 (2009-1-2) 78-111.
  • Jeroen Deploige, Brigitte Meijns, Renée Nip (ed.), Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk in religieuze gemeenschappen uit de Lage Landen, 1000-1500 (Brussel, 2009).
  • Jeroen Deploige, Bert Callens, Guy De Tré, ‘Een nieuwe toekomst voor het online repertorium The Narrative Sources of the Medieval Low Countries‘, in: Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk in religieuze gemeenschappen uit de Lage Landen, 1000-1500, ed. J. Deploige, R. Nip en B. Meijns (Brussel, 2009).
  • B. Diemel, ‘Geestelijke toespraken als model voor het monastieke vrouwenleven. Een analyse van de receptie van de collaties van Johannes Brinckerinck in verzamelhandschrift Nijmegen, UB 188’, in: Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk in religieuze gemeenschappen uit de Lage Landen, 1000-1500, ed. J. Deploige, R. Nip en B. Meijns (Brussel, 2009).
  • B. Diemel, ‘”Want bij der scrifture soe bliven die dode”. De rol en de vorm van de collectieve herinnering bij de Moderne Devotie in de Zuidelijke Nederlanden’, in: Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk in religieuze gemeenschappen uit de Lage Landen, 1000-1500, ed. J. Deploige, R. Nip en B. Meijns (Brussel, 2009).
  • Monika Escher-Apsner, ‘Dedes of charyte and to the commen-welth. Bruderschaften und ihre baulichen und karitativen Beiträge zur utilitas communis’, in: Mittelalterliche Bruderschaften in europäischen Städten. Funktionen, Formen, Akteure, eds. Monika Escher-Apsner, (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2009) 209-253.
  • Jens Fleischer, ‘Spolia as Architectural Memory: A Ritualized Integration of the Past into the Present’, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Suzan Folkerts, ‘Het handgeschreven boek als platform voor identiteitsvorming in de religieuze gemeenschap’, in: Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk in religieuze gemeenschappen uit de Lage Landen, 1000-1500, ed. J. Deploige, R. Nip en B. Meijns (Brussel, 2009).
  • Thomas Frank, ‘Bruderschaften und Armenfürsorge im spätmittelalterlichen Italien’, in: Mittelalterliche Bruderschaften in europäischen Städten. Funktionen, Formen, Akteure, eds. Monika Escher-Apsner, (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2009) 293-319.
  • Bart Fransen, ‘Restanten van een meesterwerk. De bouwsculptuur van de kapel van Scheut’, in: De kartuize van Scheut en Rogier van der Weyden. Millennium: Tijdschrift voor middeleeuwse studies 23 (2009-1-2) 112-128.
  • Martin Gosman, ‘The Ceremonial in the Estates General of France’, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Koen Goudriaan, ‘Herinnering en herstel. Memoria in functie van restauratie in het Goudse vrouwenklooster Sint-Margaretha’, in: Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk in religieuze gemeenschappen uit de Lage Landen, 1000-1500, ed. J. Deploige, R. Nip en B. Meijns (Brussel, 2009).
  • Elisabeth van Houts, ‘The Final Stages of Memorial Traditions: The Warenne Family’, in: Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk in religieuze gemeenschappen uit de Lage Landen, 1000-1500, ed. J. Deploige, R. Nip en B. Meijns (Brussel, 2009).
  • Christian Jörg, ‘Pro salute corporis et anime venerabilis domini nostri imperatoris – Gedanken zu den Verbindungen zwischen Bruderschaften, Königtum und Herrschergedenken in Städten des hohen und späten Mittelalters’, in: Mittelalterliche Bruderschaften in europäischen Städten. Funktionen, Formen, Akteure, eds. Monika Escher-Apsner, (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2009) 159-186.
  • Ananya Jahanara Kabir, ‘Transnational Medieval Utopias’, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Kirstin Kennedy, ‘Fame, Memory, and Literary Legacy: Jorge Manrique and the ‘Coplas por la muerte de su padre”, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Jos Koldeweij, ‘Representatie en devotie in het oeuvre van Rogier van der Weyden (1400-1464)’, in: De kartuize van Scheut en Rogier van der Weyden. Millennium: Tijdschrift voor middeleeuwse studies 23 (2009-1-2) 148-169.
  • Benjamin Laqua, ‘Erzbischof, Bruderschaft und Hospital in Köln. Die Lupusbrüder während des hohen Mittelalters’, in: Mittelalterliche Bruderschaften in europäischen Städten. Funktionen, Formen, Akteure, eds. Monika Escher-Apsner, (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2009) 111-141.
  • J. Luxford (ed.), Studies in Carthusian Monasticism in the Late Middle Ages (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Brigitte Meijns, ‘Herinneringspraktijken in kringen van reguliere kanunniken. De stichters en hun memoria (elfde-twaalfde eeuw): prior Odfried van Watten († 1086)’, in: Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk in religieuze gemeenschappen uit de Lage Landen, 1000-1500, ed. J. Deploige, R. Nip en B. Meijns (Brussel, 2009).
  • Klaus Militzer, ‘Genossenschaftliche und bruderschaftliche Organisationsformen im mittelalterlichen Köln’, in: Mittelalterliche Bruderschaften in europäischen Städten. Funktionen, Formen, Akteure, eds. Monika Escher-Apsner, (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2009) 143-157.
  • Mia Münsterswendsen, ‘Medieval ‘Virtuosity’: Classroom Practice and the Transfer of Charismatic Power in Medieval Scholarly Culture c. 1000-1230′, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Renée Nip, Jeroen Deploige, ‘Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk’, in: Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk in religieuze gemeenschappen uit de Lage Landen, 1000-1500, ed. J. Deploige, R. Nip en B. Meijns (Brussel, 2009).
  • Nils Holger Petersen, ‘Truth and Representation: The Medieval Good Friday Reproaches and Modern Music’, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • M. B. Pranger, ‘Devotion and the Present: Memory and Oblivion’, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Ettore Rocca, ‘Emil Nolde’s ‘The Last Supper’: An Interpretation in Light of the History of Iconography’, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Els Rose, Ritual Memory. The Apocryphal Acts and Liturgical Commemoration in the Early Medieval West (c. 500-1215), (Leiden – Boston, 2009).
  • Gervase Rosser, ‘Finding Oneself in a Medieval Fraternity: Individual and Collective Identities in the English Guilds’, in: Mittelalterliche Bruderschaften in europäischen Städten. Funktionen, Formen, Akteure, eds. Monika Escher-Apsner, (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2009) 29-46.
  • Tjamke Snijders, ‘Tussen leestekst en luistertekst. Eenledige handschriften en de gebruikscontext van hagiografie’, in: Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk in religieuze gemeenschappen uit de Lage Landen, 1000-1500, ed. J. Deploige, R. Nip en B. Meijns (Brussel, 2009).
  • Robert Stein, Jos Koldeweij, ‘Scheut en meester Rogier’, in: De kartuize van Scheut en Rogier van der Weyden. Millennium: Tijdschrift voor middeleeuwse studies 23 (2009-1-2) 3-11.
  • Jeroen Stumpel, ‘Dürer and death: on the iconography of Knight, Death and the devil’, in: Simiolus 34 (2009) 75-88.
  • Robert Stein, ‘Van publieke devotie naar besloten orde. De stichting van het klooster Scheut’, in: De kartuize van Scheut en Rogier van der Weyden. Millennium: Tijdschrift voor middeleeuwse studies 23 (2009-1-2) 12-37.
  • Robert Stein, ‘De groei van Scheut’, in: De kartuize van Scheut en Rogier van der Weyden. Millennium: Tijdschrift voor middeleeuwse studies 23 (2009-1-2) 38-43.
  • Sheila Sweetinburgh, ‘Eternal Town Servants: Civic Elections and the Stuppeny Tombs of New Romney and Lydd’, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Paul Trio, ‘The Social Positioning of Late Medieval Confraternities in Urbanized Flanders: from Integration to Segregation’, in: Mittelalterliche Bruderschaften in europäischen Städten. Funktionen, Formen, Akteure, eds. Monika Escher-Apsner, (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2009) 99-110.
  • Paul Trio, ‘Moordende concurrentie op de memoriemarkt. Een eerste verkenning van het fenomeen jaargetijde in de Lage Landen in de late middeleeuwen (ca 1250 tot 1550)’, in: Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk in religieuze gemeenschappen uit de Lage Landen, 1000-1500, ed. J. Deploige, R. Nip en B. Meijns (Brussel, 2009).
  • Arjo Vanderjagt, ‘Ritualizing Heritage: Jason and the Argonauts at the Burgundian. Feast of the Pheasant (1454)’, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Steven Vanderputten, ‘Vreemden voor elkaar. Het onderbroken geheugen van monastieke groepen tijdens de volle middeleeuwen’, in: Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk in religieuze gemeenschappen uit de Lage Landen, 1000-1500, ed. J. Deploige, R. Nip en B. Meijns (Brussel, 2009).
  • Wim Verbaal, ‘Bernard of Clairvaux’s School of Oblivion’, in: Negotiating Heritage. Memories of the Middle Ages, ed. Mette B. Bruun, Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout, 2009).
  • Valerie Vermassen, ‘Een klaagzang uit Groenendaal. Willem Jordaens’ Planctus super obitu fratris Iohannis de Speculo, alias de Cureghem (ca 1385)’, in: Herinnering in geschrift en praktijk in religieuze gemeenschappen uit de Lage Landen, 1000-1500, ed. J. Deploige, R. Nip en B. Meijns (Brussel, 2009).
  • Catherine Vincent, ‘Les multiples formes de l’assistance dans les confréries du royaume de France à la fin du Moyen Âge’, in: Mittelalterliche Bruderschaften in europäischen Städten. Funktionen, Formen, Akteure, eds. Monika Escher-Apsner, (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2009) 67-97.
  • Liebeth Zuidema, ‘De Kruisiging van Rogier van der Weyden als verbeelding van de sacramentsverering’, in: De kartuize van Scheut en Rogier van der Weyden. Millennium: Tijdschrift voor middeleeuwse studies 23 (2009-1-2) 129-147.

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2010

  • Anna Adamska, ‘Developments in Memoria-Research in East Central Europe’, in: MMR6 (2010).
  • Michele Bacci, ‘Side Altar and “Pro Anima” Chapels in the Medieval Mediterranean: Evidence from Cyprus’, in: The Altar and its Environment, 1150-1400, eds. J. E.A. Kroesen, V. M. Schmidt (Turnhout, 2010) 11-30.
  • Sally Badham, Sophie Oosterwijk (eds.), Monumental Industry: The Production of Tomb Monuments in England and Wales in the Long Fourteenth Century (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2010).
  • Sophie Balace, Alexandra de Poorter, eds., Tussen Hemel en Hel. Sterven in de middeleeuwen, 600-1600 (Amsterdam, 2010). Also published as: Sophie Balace, Alexandra de Poorter, eds., Entre Paradis et Enfer. Mourir au Moyen Âge (Antwerp, 2010).
  • Caroline M. Barron, Clive Burgess, eds., Memory and Commemoration in Medieval England, 2008 Harlaxton Symposium Proceedings (Shaun Tyas, 2010).
  • Therese Bruggisser-Lanker, Musik und Tod im Mittelalter: Imaginationsräume der Transzendenz (Göttingen, 2010).
  • Truus van Bueren, ‘Zorg voor het hier en het hiernamaals: memorietafels en de middeleeuwse memoria-cultuur’, in: Jacobsbode 19 (Nov. 2010) 3-8.
  • Truus van Bueren, ‘The Brass of Joost van Amstel van Mijnden’, in: Transactions Monumental Brass Society, 18 (2010) 145-150.
  • Paul Cockerham, ‘The Import of Choice: Flemish incised slabs in fourteenth-century Britain’, in: Avista Forum Journal 20 (2010) 77.
  • Mario Damen, ‘Charity against the Odds. Margaret of York and the Isle of Voorne (1477-1503)’, in: Women at the Burgundian Court: Presence and Influence, eds. Dagmar Eichberger, Anne-Marie Legaré, Wim Hüsken (Turnhout, 2010) 57-71.
  • Guido Derksen, Martin van Mousch, Jop Mijwaard, Geïllustreerde Atlas van het Hiernamaals (Amsterdam, 2010).
  • Charlotte Dikken, ‘Gebrandschilderde glazen als uitingen van Macht. De Sint Waldetrudiskerk in Bergen’, in: Madoc 24-4 (2010) 140-155.
  • Anne Doedens, Henk Looijesteijn, De kroniek van Henrica van Erp, abdis van Vrouwenklooster (Hilversum, 2010).
  • E. Gertsman, The Dance of Death in the Middle Ages. Image, Text, Performance (Turnhout, 2010).
  • Laura Goldenbaum, ‘Der Zeugniswert des Körpers oder anima forma corporis. Der quattrocenteske Bronzegisant des Sieneser Rechtsgelehrten Mariano Sozzini’, in: Grabmal und Körper – Zwischen Repräsentation und Realpräsenz in der Frühen Neuzeit, eds. Philipp Zitzlsperger, published on: kunsttexte.de 4 (2010, section “Renaissance”).
  • Liesbeth M. Helmus, Schilderen in opdracht. Noord-Nederlandse contracten voor altaarstukken 1485-1570 (Utrecht, 2010).
  • Hein Hundertmark, Kaj van Vliet, De Paulusabdij. Achter de muren van Utrechts oudste klooster, (Utrecht, 2010).
  • Anett Ladegast, ‘Gesichter des Todes – Gesichter des Lebens. Zum Verhältnis von Körper und Porträt an römischen Grabmälern um 1500’, in: Grabmal und Körper – Zwischen Repräsentation und Realpräsenz in der Frühen Neuzeit, eds. Philipp Zitzlsperger, published on: kunsttexte.de 4 (2010, section “Renaissance”).
  • Kristin Marek, ‘Erscheinungsweisen bildlicher Präsenz: Körper, Verkörperung und Repräsentation am Grabmal’, in: Grabmal und Körper – Zwischen Repräsentation und Realpräsenz in der Frühen Neuzeit, eds. Philipp Zitzlsperger, published on: kunsttexte.de 4 (2010, section “Renaissance”).
  • Daantje Meuwissen, ‘”Naer ouder coustume.” De zeventiende-eeuwse portretten in de serie met de landcommandeurs van de Ridderlijke Duitse Orde, Balije van Utrecht.’, in: Pokerfaced: Flemish and Dutch Baroque Faced Unveiled, ed. Katlijne van der Stighelen, Bert Watteeuw (Turnhout, 2010).
  • Jos de Meyere, Het grafmonument van Reinoud III van Brederode in de Grote Kerk te Vianen (Utrecht, 2010).
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Deceptive appearances: the presentation of children on medieval monuments’, in: Avista Forum Journal 20 (2010) 80.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Deceptive appearances: the presentation of children on medieval tombs’, in: Sally Badham (eds.) One thousand years of English Church Monuments (Ecclesiology Today 43 December (2010)) 45-60.
  • Judith Ostermann, ‘Das tote Grabbild eines Regenten und Reformers – Simulacrum des verehrten Körpers’, in: Grabmal und Körper – Zwischen Repräsentation und Realpräsenz in der Frühen Neuzeit, eds. Philipp Zitzlsperger, published on: kunsttexte.de 4 (2010, section “Renaissance”).
  • Jan van Oudheusden, Harry Tummers, eds., De grafzerken van de Sint-Jan te ‘s-Hertogenbosch (2010).
  • Ruth Slenczka, ‘Bemalte Bronze hinter Glas? – Luthers Grabplatte in Jena 1571 als ‘protestantische Reliquie’ ‘, in: Grabmal und Körper – Zwischen Repräsentation und Realpräsenz in der Frühen Neuzeit, eds. Philipp Zitzlsperger, published on: kunsttexte.de 4 (2010, section “Renaissance”).
  • Louis van Tongeren, ‘Use and Function of Altars in Liturgical Practice According to the Libri ordinarii in the Low Countries’, in: The Altar and its Environment, 1150-1400, eds. J. E.A. Kroesen, V. M. Schmidt (Turnhout, 2010) 261-274.
  • Fenna Visser, ‘De website “Memoria in beeld”. Een hulpmiddel bij het onderzoek van memorievoorstellingen’, in: Rhein-Maas. Studien zur Geschichte, Sprache und Kultur 1 (2010) 255-263.
  • Philipp Zitzlsperger (eds.), Grabmal und Körper – Zwischen Repräsentation und Realpräsenz in der Frühen Neuzeit. Published on: kunsttexte.de 4 (2010, section “Renaissance”).
  • Philipp Zitzlsperger, ‘Formwandel und Körperwanderung in Rom – Vom Kardinalsgrabmal zum Kenotaph’, in: Grabmal und Körper – Zwischen Repräsentation und Realpräsenz in der Frühen Neuzeit, eds. Philipp Zitzlsperger, published on: kunsttexte.de 4 (2010, section “Renaissance”).
  • Liesbeth Zuidema, Verbeelding en Ontbeelding. Een onderzoek naar de functie van kunst in Nederlandse kartuizerkloosters 1450-1550 (2010, unpublished thesis).

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2011

  • Anna Adamska, ‘Founding a Monastery over Dinner: The Case of Henryków in Silesia (c. 1222-1228)’, in: Marco Mostert and Paul Barnwell (eds.), Medieval Legal Process: Physical, Spoken and Written Performance in the Middle Ages. (USML 19 Turnhout, 2011).
  • Pieter Bergé, J. Christiaens (ed.), Dies Irae: Kroniek van het Requiem (Leuven, 2011).
  • Sylvie Bethmont-Gallerand, ‘Death Personified in Medieval Imagery: The Motif of Death Riding a Bovine’, in: Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011) 169-189.
  • Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, ‘Royal Burial Places in Western Europe. Creating Tradition, Seccession and Memoria‘, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 25-43.
  • Dick E.H. de Boer, ‘Metra de Morte. Eine lateinische Totenklage über den verstorbenen Graf Guy von Blois (1397), als Teil der sich entwickelnden Memoriakultur’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 131-145.
  • Leen Breure, ‘The Richness of Memoria and the Web. New Ways of Publishing’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 207-218.
  • Charlotte J.C. Broer, Monniken in het moeras: de vroegste geschiedenis van de abdij van Sint-Laurens in het Oostbroek bij Utrecht (Utrecht, 2011).
  • Truus van Bueren, Bas Dudok van Heel, ‘Een Amsterdams raadsel: wie is wie op de memorietafel van Margriet Boelen?’, in: Jacobsbode 20 (Jul. 2011) 1-6.
  • Truus van Bueren, ‘Brass of the Month, Joost van Amstel van Mijnden, 1554, Museum Catharijneconvent, Utrecht’, in: Monumental Brass Society September 2011.
  • Maike Christadler, ‘From Allegory to Anatomy: Femininity and the Danse Macabre‘, in: Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011) 101-131.
  • Henri L.M. Defoer, ‘The Triptych of the Pauw-Sas Family from the Utrecht Charterhouse’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 321-332.
  • Bas Diemel, ‘Daer es leven sonder sterven’. Memoria en gemeenschapsvorming in Windesheimer kringen uit de laatmiddeleeuwse Zuidelijke Nederlanden (1350-1550) (Ghent, 2011, dissertation).
  • Charlotte Dikken, ‘A Monument to a Glorious Past and a Questionable Future? The Jerusalem Chapel in Bruges and its Stained Glass Windows’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 79-96.
  • Hildo van Engen, ‘Memor esto mei. Devotional Diptychs and Religious Orders in the Late Medieval Low Countries’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 269-287.
  • Frances Eustace, Pamela King, ‘Dances of the Living and the Dead: A Study of Danse Macabre Imagery within the Context of Late-Medieval Dance Culture’, in: Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011) 43-72.
  • Koen Goudriaan, ‘Geert Grote: a Founder Fading into Oblivion?’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 165-177.
  • Elizabeth den Hartog, John Veerman, Jan Droge, De Pieterskerk in Leiden. Bouwgeschiedenis, inrichting en gedenktekens (Zwolle, 2011).
  • Joost van Hest, ‘Xavier Smits en de Rozenkransramen van de firma Nicolas in de Heikese kerk in Tilburg. Kerkramen als uiting van devotie en sociale positie in het eerste kwart van de twintigste eeuw’, in: Noordbrabants Historisch Jaarboek 28 (2011) 102-149.
  • Caroline Horch, ‘Das steinerne Festbuch als “Memorialbild”. Eine kulturhistorische Betrachtung’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 111-128.
  • Bram van den Hoven van Genderen, ‘Memoria and Amende Honorable in the Utrecht Collegiate Chapter of St. Mary’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 235-250.
  • Birgitte Bøggild Johannsen, ”Cum tota posteritas digne ut meruit simul honorare nequeat‘. Staging the Queen’s Memoria in Early Fifteenth Century Denmark’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 45-57.
  • David King, ‘The Indent of John Aylward: Glass and Brass at East Harling’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 18 (2011) 251-267.
  • Stefanie Knöll, ‘Mix and Match: Huldrich Fröhlich’s Danse Macabre Editions’, in: Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011) 387-407.
  • Lenke Kovács, ‘Frightened or Fearless: Different Ways of Facing Death in the Sixteenth-Century Majorcan Play Representació de la Mort‘, in: Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011) 207-236.
  • Christine Kralik, ‘Dialogue and Violence in Medieval Illuminations of the Three Living and the Three Dead’, in: Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011) 133-154.
  • Kees Kuiken, ”Memory ende hueghenisse’ Middeleeuwse memoriecultuur in een Hollands adelsdorp’, in: Virtus 18 (2011) 45-64.
  • Jeannie Labno, Commemorating the Polish Renaissance Child. Funeral Monuments and their European Context (Abingdon, 2011).
  • Reinhard Lamp, ‘The Inscriptions of the Blodwell Brass at Balsham, Cambridgeshire’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 18 (2011) 212-226.
  • Kristiane Lemé-Hébuterne, ‘Places for Reflection: Death Imagery in Medieval Choir Stalls’, in: Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011) 271-292.
  • Julian Luxford, ‘The Hastings Brass at Elsing: A Contextual Analysis’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 18 (2011) 193-211.
  • Bert Mattijs, ‘Glasramen in de Sint-Gummaruskerk van Lier. Vijf eeuwen grandeur, een verhaal over schenkers en opdrachtgevers’, in: Noordbrabants Historisch Jaarboek 28 (2011) 76-101.
  • Daantje Meuwissen, Gekoesterde Traditie. De portretreeks van de landcommandeurs van de Utrechtse Balije van de Ridderlijke Duitsche Orde (Hilversum, 2011).
  • Daantje Meuwissen, Andrea van Leerdam, ‘The Last Judgement with Christian II of Denmark and Isabella of Austria. A Memorial Piece from the Workshop of Jacob Cornelisz. van Oostsanen?’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 333-345.
  • Renée Nip, ‘Liturgische herdenkingspraktijken in de late middeleeuwen in de stad Groningen’, in: Stedelijke verleden in veelvoud. Opstellen over laatmiddeleeuwse stadsgeschiedenis in de Nederlanden, eds. Hanno Brand, Jeroen Benders en Renée Nip (Hilversum, 2011) 229-244.
  • Otto Gerhard Oexle, ‘Fama und Memoria der Wissenschaft in der Kunst der Frühen Neuzeit’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 365-377.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Dance, Dialogue and Duality: Fatal Encounters in the Medieval Danse Macabre‘, in: Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011) 9-42.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (eds.), Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011).
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Babes on Brackets on Medieval Tomb Monuments: a Meaningful Distinction or an Iconographic Oddity?’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 251-268.
  • Marco Piccat, ‘Mixed Encounters: The Three Living and the Three Dead in Italian Art’, in: Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011) 155-168.
  • Kim Ragetli, ‘In Word and Deed. Margaret of York and the Inclusion of Manuscript Collections in Memoria Research’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 59-77.
  • Kenneth Rooney, ‘Romance Macabre: Middle English Narrative and the Dead in the Codex’, in: Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011) 191-206.
  • Marie-Helene Rousseau, Saving the Souls of Medieval London. Perpetual Chantries at St Paul’s Cathedral, c.1200-1548 (Ashgate, 2011).
  • Thomas Schilp, ‘Memoria in der Dunkelheit der Nacht. Lichtinszenierung mittelalterlicher Kirchen zum Totengedenken’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 221-233.
  • Corine Schleif, ‘Mapping the Social Topography of Memorials. Barbara and Kunz Horn Seek the Prayers of the Poor and the Respect of the Rich’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 97-110.
  • Jutta Schuchard, ‘The Danse Macabre at Bierdzany-Bierdzanska Smierc (Poland)’, in: Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011) 313-325.
  • Winfried Schwab, ‘Letters without Words? The Danse Macabre Initials by Hans Holbein and his Followers’, in: Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011) 363-386.
  • Annemarie Speetjens, ‘The Founder, the Chaplain and the Ecclesiastical Authorities. Chantries in the Low Countries’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 195-206.
  • Charlotte A. Stanford, Commemorating the Dead in Late Medieval Strasbourg. The Cathedral’s Book of Donors and Its Use (1320-1521) (Abingdon, 2011).
  • Margaret Statham, Sally Badham, ‘Kankyn Smith of Bury St. Edmunds and his Brass’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 18 (2011) 227-250.
  • Paul Trio, ‘Obituaries or Anniversary Books: Handle with Care! The Example of the Ypres Confraternity of Our Lady’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 179-193.
  • Tomislav Vignjevic, ‘The Istrian Danse Macabre: Beram and Hrastovlje’, in: Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011) 293-312.
  • Susanne Warda, ‘Dance, Music, and Inversion: The Reversal of the Natural Order in the Medieval Danse Macabre‘, in: Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011) 73-100.
  • Rolf de Weijert, ‘Gift-Giving Practices in the Utrecht Charterhouse. Donating to be Remembered?’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 147-164.
  • Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011).
  • Jean Wilson, ‘The Kiss of Death: Death as a Lover in Early Modern English Literature and Art’, in: Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011) 237-269.
  • W.C.M. (Helen) Wüstefeld, ‘Clavicula Salomonis or: Occult Affairs in Amsterdam’s Kalverstraat? Jacob Cornelisz. Van Oostanen and Saul and the Witch of Endor Revisited’, in: Rolf de Weijert, Kim Ragetli, Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, Jeannette van Arenthals (eds.), Living Memoria. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Memorial Culture in Honour of Truus van Bueren (Hilversum, 2011) 347-363.
  • Caroline Zöhl, ‘A Phenomenon of Parallel Reading in the Office of the Dead’, in: Mixed Metaphors: The Danse Macabre in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Sophie Oosterwijk, Stefanie Knöll (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2011) 327-362.

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2012

  • Sally Badham, Paul Cockerham (ed.), ‘The beste and fayrest of al Lincolnshire.’ The Church of St Botolph, Boston, Lincolnshire, and its Medieval Monuments, BAR British Series 554 (Oxford: Archaeopress, 2012).
  • Sally Badham, Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘The tomb monument of Katherine, daughter of Henry III and Eleanor of Provence (1253-7)’, in: The Antiquaries Journal 92 (2012) 169-196.
  • Sally Badham, ‘An unusual clerical indent at Wingfield, Suffolk’, in : Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 121-Oct (2012) 418-9.
  • Sally Badham, ‘Commemorating the dead in the late medieval English parish: an overview’, in: Church Archaeology 16 (2012), 45-63.
  • Jerome Bertram, ‘The Cadavers of Tallinn’, in: Church Monuments 27 (2012) 75-81.
  • Jerome Bertram, ‘Embellishment and Restoration: The Barttelots and their Brasses at Stopham, Sussex’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 18 (2012) 334-362.
  • Paul Binski, Elizabeth A. New (ed.), Patrons and Professionals in the Middle Ages (Donington, 2012).
  • Charlotte J.C. Broer, ‘Sporen van Cluny? De abdijen van Sint-Paulus in Utrecht en Sint-Laurens in Oostbroek-De Bilt’, in: Hildo van Engen, Kaj van Vliet (eds.), De nalatenschap van de Paulusabdij in Utrecht (Hilversum, 2012) 23-36.
  • Douglas Brine, ‘Rogier van der Weyden and the Art of Commemoration,’ in: L. Campbell, J. Van der Stock, C. Reynolds and L. Watteeuw (ed.), Rogier van der Weyden in Context. Papers presented at the Seventeenth Symposium for the Study of Underdrawing and Technology in Painting held in Leuven, 22-24 October 2009 (Paris / Leuven / Walpole, MA 2012) 252-265.
  • Trudi Brink, ‘The double tomb monument to Reinoud III van Brederode (d. 1556) and Philippote van der Marck (d. 1537) in Vianen (Netherlands)’, in: The Church Monuments Society (Monument of the Month, June 2012).
  • Maria Teresa Brollis, Andrea Zonca (eds.) Testamenti di donne a Bergamo nel medioevo: pergamene dall’archivio della Misericordia maggiore (secoli XIII-XIV) (Selci-Lama, Perugia: Pliniana, 2012).
  • Truus van Bueren, Kim Ragetli and Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, ‘Researching Medieval Memoria: Prospects and Possibilities. With an Introduction to Medieval Memoria Online (MeMO)’, in: Jaarboek voor Middeleeuwse Geschiedenis 14 (2011). Hilversum 2012, 183-234.
  • Truus van Bueren, ‘Gebeeldhouwde nagedachtenis in de Domstad’, in: Middeleeuwse beelden uit Utrecht 1430-1530, exhibition catalogue on Utrecht Sculpture in Museum Catharijneconvent (Utrecht, 2012) 30-47, 157-8.
  • Clive Burgess, ‘Obligations and Strategy: Managing Memory in the Later Medieval Parish’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 18 (2012) 289-310.
  • Lorne Campbell, et al. (eds.), Rogier van der Weyden in Context (Leuven, 2012).
  • Wim Cappers, Aan deze zijde van de dood. Funeraire componenten van seculariserende cultuurlandschappen in Nederland 1576-2010 (dissertation, 2012).
  • Michael Carter, ‘Hys…days here lyven was – The monument of Abbot Robert Chamber at Holm Cultram (Cumbria)’, in: Church Monuments 27 (2012) 38-52.
  • Juliusz A. Chroscicki, Mark Hengerer, Gérard Sabatier (ed.), Les funérailles princières en Europe, XVIe-XVIIIe siècle. 1, Le grand théâtre de la mort (Versailles, 2012).
  • J.-L. Deuffic, Pecia. Le livre et l’écrit, 14 (2011). Texte, liturgie et mémoire dans l’Église du Moyen Âge (Turnhout, 2012).
  • Hildo van Engen, ‘De lange weg naar observantie. De hervorming van de Paulusabdij in de late middeleeuwen’, in: Hildo van Engen, Kaj van Vliet (eds.), De nalatenschap van de Paulusabdij in Utrecht (Hilversum, 2012) 171-200.
  • Hildo van Engen, Kaj van Vliet (eds.), De nalatenschap van de Paulusabdij in Utrecht (Hilversum, 2012).
  • J.P. Gumbert, ‘Handschriften in de bibliotheek van het Paulusklooster’, in: Hildo van Engen, Kaj van Vliet (eds.), De nalatenschap van de Paulusabdij in Utrecht (Hilversum, 2012) 91-102.
  • Kevin Herring, ‘Around the Southern Foothills of the Harz Mountains 2010’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 121-Oct (2012) 416-7.
  • Bram van den Hoven van Genderen, ”Rebell ende ongehoirsam’. Problemen rond de hervorming van de Utrechtse Paulusabdij (1420-1455)’, in: Hildo van Engen, Kaj van Vliet (eds.), De nalatenschap van de Paulusabdij in Utrecht (Hilversum, 2012) 201-258.
  • Hein Hundertmark, ‘Naar Adelbolds voorbeeld. De kerken van bisschop Bernold’, in: Hildo van Engen, Kaj van Vliet (eds.), De nalatenschap van de Paulusabdij in Utrecht (Hilversum, 2012) 37-68.
  • Bart Ibelings, ‘De opdrachtgever en oudst bekende restauratie van de memorietafel van de heren van Montfoort’, in: Heemtijdinghen 48/2 (2012).
  • Bart Jaski, ‘Een codicologische queeste naar de oudste handschriften en handschriftfragmenten uit de bibliotheek van de Paulusabdij’, in: Hildo van Engen, Kaj van Vliet (eds.), De nalatenschap van de Paulusabdij in Utrecht (Hilversum, 2012) 103-170.
  • Robert Kinsey, ‘Each According to their Degree: The Lost Brasses of the Thorpes of Northamptonshire’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 18 (2012) 311-333.
  • Kees Kuiken, ‘Nagedachtenis en naastenliefde: van middeleeuwse hospitalen tot moderne gasthuizen’, in: L. Oldersma (eds.), Dr. Henricus Popta. Over zijn leven en nalatenschap (Marsum, 2012) 117-129.
  • Kees Kuiken, Boelstra-Olivier Stichting 1952-2012. Alles in de beste staat van cultuur (Goutum, 2012).
  • Reinhard Lamp, Eines in Allem, Abriebe mittelalterlichen Grabplatten aus deutschen und englischen Kirchen (Lübeck, 2012).
  • Helen E. Lunnon, ‘I will have one porch of stone … over my grave – Medieval parish church porches and their function as tomb canopies’, in: Church Monuments 27 (2012) 53-65.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Reformation and recycling in the Netherlands’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 119-Feb (2012) 372-373.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘MeMO-project en grafzerken in Michaëlskerk in Oudewater als cultureel erfgoed’, in: Heemtijdinghen 48/2 (2012) 56-64.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, Kees Knulst, ‘Floor slab of Cornelis Pietersze (d. 1532) and his wife Jozijne van Domburch (d. 1557), Sint-Maartenskerk, Sint Maartensdijk (province of Zeeland, Netherlands), Belgian hardstone, 254 x 141 cm.’, in: The Church Monuments Society (Monument of the Month, November 2012).
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘An exercise in white marble and whitewashing’, in: The Church Monuments Society (Monument of the Month, December 2012).
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Zeeuwse grafzerken als historisch en cultureel erfgoed’, in: Zeeuws Erfgoed 11 (December 2012/4) 15-16.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘The story of Bianca Rubea – An emblem of wifely devotion, or death by tomb slab’, in: Church Monuments 27 (2012) 66-74.
  • Auke Rijpma, Funding public services through religious and charitable foundations in the late-medieval Low Countries (Utrecht, 2012). Dissertation available online.
  • Markus Sanke, Die Gräber geistlicher Eliten Europas von der Spätantike bis zur Neuzeit: Archäologische Studien zur materiellen Reflexion von Jenseitsvorstellungen und ihrem Wandel (Habelt: Bonn, 2012).
  • Nigel Saul, ‘The early fifteenth-century monument of a serjeant-at-law in Flamstead church (Hertfordshire)’, in: Church Monuments 27 (2012) 7-21.
  • Nigel Saul, ‘Language, Lordship and Architecture: the Brass of Sir Thomas and Lady Walsch at Wanlip, Leicestershire, and its Context’, in: Midland History 37 no. 1 (2012) 1-16.
  • Nicole Schmenk, Totengedenken in der Abtei Brauweiler: Untersuchung und Edition des Necrologs von 1476 (Wien: Böhlau Verlag, 2012).
  • Christian Schuffels, Das Brunograbmal im Dom zu Hildesheim: Kunst und Geschichte einer romanischen Skulptur (Regensburg, 2012).
  • Cinzia Maria Sicca, Louis A Waldman (eds.), The Anglo-Florentine Renaissance: art for the early Tudors (Yale University Press, 2012).
  • Bert Timmermans, ‘Family, agency and networks of patronage: towards a mapping of the revival of the family chapel in seventeeth-century Antwerp’, in: Koenraad Brosens, Leen Kelchtermans, Katlijne Van der Stighelen (eds.), Family Ties. Art Production and Kinship Patterns in the Early Modern Low Countries (Turnhout, 2012) 189-224.
  • Elizabeth C. Tingle, Purgatory and Piety in Brittany 1480-1720 (Ashgate, 2012).
  • Kaj van Vliet, ‘Monniken buiten de abdij. De proosdijen van de Paulusabdij op de Heiligenberg en in Driel’, in: Hildo van Engen, Kaj van Vliet (eds.), De nalatenschap van de Paulusabdij in Utrecht (Hilversum, 2012) 69-90.
  • Kaj van Vliet, ‘Lijst van abten, priors en monniken in de Paulusabdij’, in: Hildo van Engen, Kaj van Vliet (eds.), De nalatenschap van de Paulusabdij in Utrecht (Hilversum, 2012) 275-299.
  • Duco Vollebregt, ‘The administration of memoria. The description of memorial registers from Leiden, Haarlem and The Hague in the MeMO database application’, in: MMR 9 (2012).
  • Matthew Ward, ‘The tomb of ‘The Butcher’? The Tiptoft monument in the presbytery of Ely Cathedral’, in: Church Monuments 27 (2012) 22-37.
  • Philip Whittemore, ‘Nicholas de Nale, Ragusan merchant, and his brass’, in: Transactions London and Middlesex Archeological Society 63 (2012) 229-33.
  • Johanna Maria van Winter, ‘Eetgewoonten in de Utrechtse Sint-Paulusabdij’, in: Hildo van Engen, Kaj van Vliet (eds.), De nalatenschap van de Paulusabdij in Utrecht (Hilversum, 2012) 259-274.

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2013

  • Anne-Hélène Allirot, translated by Translated from the French by Lewis Beer, ‘Longchamp and Lourcine: The Role of Female Abbeys in the Construction of Capetian Memory (Late Thirteenth Century to Mid-Fourteenth Century)’, in: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013) 243-260.
  • Arnold Angenendt, Offertorium. Das mittelalterliche Messopfer. Liturgiewissenschaftliche Quellen und Forschungen 101 (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013 first edition; 2014 third edition).
  • Arnold Angenendt, ‘Die liturgische Memoria: Hilfe für das Fortleben im Jenseits’, in: Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013) 199-226.
  • Nico Arts, ‘Begraven op de Brabantse zandgronden. De archeologie van veranderende grafrituelen, circa 1000-1900’, in: Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds.), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum, 2013) 23-35.
  • Sally Badham, Philip J. Lankester, ‘The Daubeney monuments at Brant Broughton (Lincolnshire)’, in: Church Monuments 28(2013) 33-51.
  • Sally Badham, ‘Viewpoint: Problems affecting church monuments: a personal perspective’, in: Ecclesiology Today 47 & 48 (2013), 75-104.
  • Jürgen Bärsch, ‘Die Entstehung des Gedenktages Allerseelen. Liturgie und Eschatologie unter dem reformerischen Anspruch Clunys’, in: Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013) 67-80.
  • Claire Bartram , ”Honoured of posteryte by record of wrytinge’: Memory, Reputation and the Role of the Book within Commemorative Practices in Late Elizabethan Kent’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 91-104.
  • Jon Bayliss, ‘Epiphanius Evesham: a ‘new’ discovery’, in: Church Monuments 28 (2013) 133-138.
  • Anna Bergmans, Ilona Hans-Collas, ‘Awaiting eternal life: painted burial cists in the Southern Netherlands’, in: Church Monuments 28(2013) 13-32.
  • Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013).
  • Rainer Berndt, ‘Biblisch-theologische Grundlinien mittelalterlicher Memorialkultur Zur Hinführung’, in: Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013) 11-20.
  • Rainer Berndt, ‘”Tuet dies zu meinem Gedächtnis”: Die Eucharistie als Grundlage christlicher Memoria in Kirche und Theologie des Mittelalters’, in: Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013) 21-40.
  • Jerome Bertram, ‘The Brass of King Christopher I at Ribe’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 18 (2013) 388-90.
  • Jerome Bertram, ‘Whittington Turned Again or The Strange Case of the Brass of Richard and Margaret Coton’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 124-Oct (2013) 468-9.
  • Klaus Gereon Beuckers, ‘Bildnisse des 10. und 11. Jahrhunderts als rhetorische Konstruktion memorialer Funktion. Bermerkungen zum Widmungsbild des Svanhild-Evangeliars und zu den Essener Stifteremails’, in: Jens Lieven, Michael Schlagheck, Barbara Welzel (eds.), with contributions by Rüdiger Glahs, Netzwerke der Memoria (Essen, 2013) 85-106.
  • Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds.), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum, 2013).
  • Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan, ‘Inleiding’, in: Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds.), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum, 2013) 7-19.
  • Peter Bitter, ‘Begraven onder de zerken. Archeologisch en archiefonderzoek naar achttiende- en vroeg-negentiende-eeuwse grafgebruiken in de Grote Kerk van Alkmaar’, in: Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds.), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum, 2013) 37-51.
  • Birgitte Bøggild Johannsen, ‘Back to the Future: Renovating Royal Funeral Monuments during the Reign of Frederick II, King of Denmark (1559-1588)’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 254-267.
  • Viera Bonenkampová, ‘Waren ‘rijke stinkerds’ rijk? De sociale stratificatie van de Delftenaren en hun graven in de Oude Kerk’, in: Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds.), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum, 2013) 193-204.
  • Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013).
  • Trudi Brink, ‘Lang leve de dood, lang leve het leven. Over de tombe en het retabel in de kapel van de familie Van Brederode in de Grote Kerk te Vianen’, in: Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds.), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum, 2013) 137-151.
  • Trudi Brink, ‘Ontworpen voor de eeuwigheid. De memoriesculptuur voor Joost Sasbout en Catharina van der Meer in de Eusebiuskerk te Arnhem’, in: Bulletin KNOB 112-3 (Oct. 2013), 152-165.
  • Alexandra Buckle, ‘Entumbid Right Princely’: The Re-Interment of Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, and a Lost Rite’, in: Hannes Kleineke, Christian Steer (eds.), The Yorkist Age, 2011 Harlaxton Symposium Proceedings (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 399-415.
  • Truus van Bueren, ‘Memorial practices and the networks of the Convent of St John in Haarlem’, in: Jens Lieven, Michael Schlagheck, Barbara Welzel (eds.), with contributions by Rüdiger Glahs, Netzwerke der Memoria (Essen, 2013) 191-210.
  • Clive Burgess, ‘Fotheringhay Church: Conceiving a College and its Community’, in: Hannes Kleineke, Christian Steer (eds.), The Yorkist Age, 2011 Harlaxton Symposium Proceedings (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 347-366.
  • Eva-Maria Butz, Alfons Zettler, ‘The Making of the Carolingian Libri Memoriales: Exploring or Constructing the Past?’, in: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013) 79-92.
  • Paul Cockerham, ‘Cathédrale ou Collégiale?: Monuments and Commemoration in Late Medieval Toul’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 18 (2013) 423-466.
  • Peter van Dael, ‘Efemere dodenmemorie. Het castrum doloris‘, in: Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds.), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum, 2013) 65-77.
  • Mailan S. Doquang, ‘Status and the Soul: Commemoration and Intercession in the Rayonnant Chapels of Northern France in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries’, in: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013) 93-118.
  • Jean Dufour, ‘Brefs et rouleaux mortuaires: des documents méconnus’, in: Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013) 127-138.
  • Martha Easton, ‘Images Gross and Sensible’: Violence, Memory and Art in the Thirteenth Century’, in: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013) 33-54.
  • Øystein Ekroll, ‘Burial Monuments and Commemoration in Medieval Norway’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 18-30.
  • Elizabeth Emery, ‘Pierre Loti’s ‘Memories’ of the Middle Ages: Feasting on the Gothic in 1888′, in: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013) 279-298.
  • Birgitta Falk, Anna Pawlik, ‘Liturgie und Memoria. Die Schatztücke im Essener “Liber Ordinarius” ‘, in: Jens Lieven, Michael Schlagheck, Barbara Welzel (eds.), with contributions by Rüdiger Glahs, Netzwerke der Memoria (Essen, 2013) 119-156.
  • Patrick Farman, ‘Around the Country: Norfolk, Nottinghamshire, Suffolk’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 124-Oct (2013) 470-3.
  • Richard Fawcett, ‘Aspects of Scottish Canopied Tomb Design’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 129-142.
  • Shirin Fozi, ‘A Mere Patch of Color’: Isabella Stewart Gardner and the Shattered Glass of Reims Cathedral’, in: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013) 321-343.
  • Mary Franklin-Brown, ‘The Speculum Maius, Between Thesaurus and Lieu de Mémoire‘, in: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013) 143-162.
  • Bart Fransen, Rogier van der Weyden and Stone Sculpture in Brussels (Harvey Miller/Brepols: London/Turnhout, 2013).
  • Iain Fraser, ‘Medieval Funerary Monuments in Scotland’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 9-17.
  • Jessica Freeman, ‘The Commemorative Strategies of the Frowyks of Medieval London and Middlesex’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 18 (2013) 391-422.
  • Sanne Frequin, ‘Pleurant of priant. Een iconografisch motief in de middeleeuwse sepulchrale kunst’, in: Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds.), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum, 2013) 123-136.
  • Sanne Frequin, ‘Pleurant or Priant – an Iconographical Motive in Medieval Sepulchral Art’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 55-67.
  • Joanna Frońska, ‘The Memory of Roman Law in an Illuminated Manuscript of Justinian’s Digest‘, in: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013) 163-180.
  • M. Cecilia Gaposchkin, ‘Louis IX and Liturgical Memory’, in: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013) 261-277.
  • Jan de Geest and Koen Goudriaan, ‘Het kerkhof als plaats van herinnering en devotie. De zusters van Sint-Agnes te Amersfoort en hun begraafplaats’, in: Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds.), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum, 2013) 205-220.
  • Brian and Moira Gittos, ‘The English Medieval Churchyard: what did it really look like?’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 31-44.
  • Brian and Moira Gittos, ‘Gresham revisited: a fresh look at the medieval monuments of North Wales’, in: Archaeologia Cambrensis 161 (for 2012, 2013), 357-88.
  • Maureen Daly Goggin, Beth Fowkes Tobin (eds.), Women and the Material Culture of Death (Ashgate, 2013).
  • Frank Gooskens, ‘Curialists, Carthusians, and Hospitals. An analysis of a series of interlocking networks surrounding the Modern Devotion’, in: Stephen J. Molvarec, Tom Gaens (eds.), A fish out of water? From contemplative solitude to Carthusian involvement in pastoral care and reform activity (Leuven, 2013), 231-245. (Miscellanea Neerlandica, vol. 41 / Studia Cartusiana, vol. 2)
  • Andrew Gordon, Thomas Rist (eds.), The Arts of Remembrance in Early Modern England: memorial cultures of the Post Reformation (Ashgate, 2013).
  • Koen Goudriaan, ‘De opkomst van de lijkpreek’, in: Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds.), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum, 2013) 91-120.
  • Madeleine Gray, ‘Good thief, bad thief: some thoughts on the medieval cross slabs of South Wales’, in: Welsh J Ecclesiastical History 7/8 (2013), 24-38.
  • David Griffiths, ‘A living language of the dead? French commemorative inscriptions from late medieval England’, in: The Medieval Journal 3.2 (2013) 69-136.
  • Rolf Grosse, ‘Saint-Denis. Die Gegenwart der toten Könige’, in: Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013) 227-250.
  • Johanna Gummlich-Wagner, ‘Memorialbilder und Kryptosignaturen in Handschriften aus dem Kölner Klarissenkloster St. Klara’, in: Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013) 251-270.
  • Oliver D. Harris, ‘Beards: true and false’, in: Church Monuments 28 (2013) 124-132.
  • David Harry, ‘Learning to Die in Yorkist England: Earl Rivers’ Cordyal’, in: Hannes Kleineke, Christian Steer (eds.), The Yorkist Age, 2011 Harlaxton Symposium Proceedings (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 380-398.
  • Kevin Herring, ‘Groote Kerk, Breda, Noord-Brabant – The tomb of Roelandt Alartsz and wife Marina Godevaert Heijs, both died 1485, and their son Adrianus Heijs, 1550’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 122-Feb (2013) 430-1.
  • Michael Hicks, ‘English Monasteries as Repositories of Dynastic Memory’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 224-238.
  • Stephen Mark Holmes, ”Defyle not Chrysts Kirk with your Carrion’: William Durandus (c.1230-96), Medieval Burial and Two Tombs in Rome and Fife’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 212-223.
  • Caroline Horch, “Nach dem Bild des Kaisers”. Funktionen und Bedeutungen des Cappenberger Barbarossakopfes (Köln/Cologne, 2013).
  • Caroline Horch, ‘Der Sarkophag als Maß für Almosen. Zu einer speziellen Form mittelalterlicher Armenspeisungen’, in: Jens Lieven, Michael Schlagheck, Barbara Welzel (eds.), with contributions by Rüdiger Glahs, Netzwerke der Memoria (Essen, 2013) 29-48.
  • Jane Houghton, ‘A foray into Northamptonshire’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 123-June (2013) 451-3.
  • Elisabeth van Houts, ‘Changes of Aristocratic Identity: Remarriage and Remembrance in Europe 900-1200’, in: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013) 221-242.
  • Bram van de Hoven van Genderen, ‘In steen gebeiteld. Utrechtse kanunniken en hun grafzerken: de samenhang met administratieve veranderingen’, in: Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds.), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum, 2013) 173-191.
  • Andrea von Hülsen-Esch, ‘Schatzkammeren in Nordrhein-Westfalen. Ungehobene Schätze für die Forschung’, in: Jens Lieven, Michael Schlagheck, Barbara Welzel (eds.), with contributions by Rüdiger Glahs, Netzwerke der Memoria (Essen, 2013) 71-83.
  • Christian Jaser, ‘Ritual Excommunication: An ‘Ars Oblivionalis’?’, in: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013) 119-141.
  • Nikolas Jaspert, ‘Die Chorherren vom Heiligen Grab und ihre Nekrologtradition’, in: Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013) 149-174.
  • Jude Jones, ‘Embodied shadows: Reading Gender Issues Embedded in Early Modern Tomb Effigies and Mortuary Memorials, 1500-1680’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 79-90.
  • Hans-Winfried Jüngling, ‘”… auf daß ausgerottet werde von der Erde ihr Gedächtnis” (Sir 10 17)’, in: Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013) 81-104.
  • Karin Kryger, ‘The Danish Royal Tombs Project’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 45-54.
  • Kees Kuiken, ”Denkend aan Holland’: Grafcultuur van immigranten in Het Bildt (Friesland) 1547-1649′, in: P. Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds.), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum, 2013) 221-233.
  • Kees Kuiken, Het Bildt is geen eiland. Capita cultuurgeschiedenis van een vroegmoderne polder in Friesland (Groningen and Wageningen (NAHI), 2013).
  • Michael Küstermann, ‘ “Ja wirklich, Gott ist an dieser Stätte, und ich wusste es nicht”. Stadtkirche St. Reinoldi in Dortmund’, in: Jens Lieven, Michael Schlagheck, Barbara Welzel (eds.), with contributions by Rüdiger Glahs, Netzwerke der Memoria (Essen, 2013) 65-69.
  • Jeannie J. Labno, ‘The Monumental Body and Sarmation Ideology in Renaissance Poland’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 143-157.
  • William Lack, ‘Conservation of brasses, 2012’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 18 (2013) 495-503.
  • Stephen Lamia, ‘Nostalgia, Memory and loca sancta: Romanesque Monuments as Macro Cosmic Pilgrimage Souvenirs’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 105-116.
  • David Lepine, ”A Stone to be layed upon me’: the Monumental Commemoration of the Late Medieval English Higher Clergy’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 158-170.
  • John F. Levy, ‘Acrostics as Copyright Protection in the Franco-Italian Epic: Implications for Memory Theory’, in: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013) 195-219.
  • Jens Lieven, Dieter Geuenich, ‘Anmerkungen zum Bischofsdiptychon im Essener Sakramentar D1’, in: Jens Lieven, Michael Schlagheck, Barbara Welzel (eds.), with contributions by Rüdiger Glahs, Netzwerke der Memoria (Essen, 2013) 13-27.
  • Jens Lieven, Michael Schlagheck, Barbara Welzel (eds.), with contributions by Rüdiger Glahs, Netzwerke der Memoria (Essen, 2013).
  • Jens Lieven, Michael Schlagheck, Barbara Welzel, ‘Netzwerke der Memoria’, in: Jens Lieven, Michael Schlagheck, Barbara Welzel (eds.), with contributions by Rüdiger Glahs, Netzwerke der Memoria (Essen, 2013) 7-11.
  • Jessica Lutkin, ‘Laid to rest in a foreign land: brasses and tombs of England’s resident immigrants, 1330-1550’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 124-Oct (2013) 466-7.
  • George Maat, ‘Bijzetting en balseming van de eerste Nassau’s in de Lage Landen’, in: Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds.), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum, 2013) 53-61.
  • Christine Maddern, Raising the Dead: early medieval name stones in Northumbria (Brepols: Turnhout, 2013).
  • Mirella Marini, ‘Pendanten in leven en dood. Vroomheid, identiteit en autoriteit in de testamentaire beschikkingen van Anna van Croy, hertogin van Aarschot en prinses-gravin van Arenberg (1564-1635)’, in: Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds.), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum, 2013) 153-170.
  • Richard Marks, Studies in the Art and Imagery of the Middle Ages (London, 2013).
  • Janet T. Marquardt, ‘Celebrating the Medieval Past in Modern Cluny: How Popular Events Helped Shape Collective Memory for a Small French Town’, in: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013) 299-320.
  • Susan Marti, ‘Memorialbildnisse in spätmittelalterlichen Chorhandschriften aus dem Dominikanerinnenkloster Paradies bei Soest’, in: Jens Lieven, Michael Schlagheck, Barbara Welzel (eds.), with contributions by Rüdiger Glahs, Netzwerke der Memoria (Essen, 2013) 157-172.
  • Kate Maxwell, ‘ ‘Quant j’eus tout recordé par ordre’: Memory and Performance on Display in the Manuscripts of Guillaume de Machaut’s Voir Dit and Remede de Fortune‘, in: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013) 181-194.
  • P. L. G. van der Meer, J. A. Mol, Beneficiaalboeken van Friesland, 1543 (Leeuwarden, 2013).
  • Gert Melville, ‘Memoria als institutionelles Fundament der vita religiosa’, in: Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013) 105-126.
  • Janet F. van der Meulen, ‘Een chapelle ardente en een castrum doloris in verzen. Over het graf van Willem III en de Regret Guillaume (1339)’, in: Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds.), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum, 2013) 79-89.
  • Klaus Militzer, ‘Totengedenken in den Statuten der Kölner Bruderschaften’, in: Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013) 187-198.
  • Stefan Mühlhofer, ‘ “Weißt du was, Utivich, ich glaube, das könnte mein Meisterwerk sein.” Aufarbeitung des Nationalsozialismus im Medium Spielfilm’, in: Jens Lieven, Michael Schlagheck, Barbara Welzel (eds.), with contributions by Rüdiger Glahs, Netzwerke der Memoria (Essen, 2013) 225-238.
  • Hideki Nakamura, ‘Memoria in der Kontemplationslehre Richards von Saint-Victor’, in: Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013) 53-66.
  • Renée Nip, ‘De Kalendebroederschap in Groningen. Bekommernis om het zieleheil in het algemeen’, in: Historisch Jaarboek Groningen 2013 (2013), 6-25.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘A late-medieval shroud brass in Alkmaar in the new MeMO database’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 122-Feb (2013) 432-3.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Death or resurrection? The iconography of two sixteenth-century incised slabs in Oudelande (Zeeland) and other Netherlandish shroud effigies’, in: Church Monuments 28 (2013) 52-77.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, Middeleeuwse grafmonumenten in Sint Maartensdijk. Graven in het verleden (2013), web article.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘An unusual saint: Floor slab of Jacopmine Huyghendochter, wife of Foert Christiaenszoon (d. 1553), Sint-Maartenskerk, Wemeldinge (province of Zeeland, Netherlands), Belgian hardstone, 185 x 114 cm’, in: The Church Monuments Society (Monument of the Month, July 2013).
  • Richard D. Oram, ‘Bishops’ Tombs in Medieval Scotland’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 171-198.
  • Frederick S. Paxton, with Isabelle Cochelin, The Death Ritual at Cluny in the Central Middle Ages / Le rituel de la mort à Cluny au Moyen Âge central, Disciplina Monastica, 9 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2013).
  • M.T.W. Payne, ‘Robert Fabyan’s Civic Identity’, in: Hannes Kleineke, Christian Steer (eds.), The Yorkist Age, 2011 Harlaxton Symposium Proceedings (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 275-286.
  • Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013).
  • Michael Penman, ‘Monuments and Monumentality across Medieval and Early Modern Europe’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 1-7.
  • Michael Penman, ‘A Programme for Royal Tombs in Scotland? A Review of the Evidence, c.1093-c.1542’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 239-253.
  • Andrzej Radziminski, ‘Nekrologe und Totengedächtnis in polnischen Kathedralkapiteln’, in: Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013) 175-186.
  • Joana Ramôa Melo, ‘Listening to Women through Funerary Art and Practices: an Overview of the Feminine Agency in Portuguese Church Monuments of the Fourteenth Century’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 117-128.
  • Wilfried Reininghaus, ‘Eine vergessene Geschichte Westfalens: Joseph Hartmanns Abriss für Geschichtslehrer von 1912’, in: Jens Lieven, Michael Schlagheck, Barbara Welzel (eds.), with contributions by Rüdiger Glahs, Netzwerke der Memoria (Essen, 2013) 211-223.
  • Catherine Richardson, ”Make you a cloak of it and weare it for my sake’: Material Culture and Commemoration in Early Modern English Towns’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 68-78.
  • Rosa María Rodríguez Porto, ‘Beyond the Two Doors of Memory: Intertextualities and Intervisualities in Thirteenth-Century Illuminated Manuscripts of the Roman de Troie and the Histoire Ancienne‘, in: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013) 55-77.
  • Ann Rycraft, ‘The Blackburn Indent – a York merchant and his wives’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 123-June (2013) 450-1.
  • Nigel Saul, ‘Fotheringhay Church, Northamptonshire: Architecture and Fittings’, in: Hannes Kleineke, Christian Steer (eds.), The Yorkist Age, 2011 Harlaxton Symposium Proceedings (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 367-379.
  • Michael Schlagheck, ‘Dem Potenzial von eigener Geschichte und eigener Ästhetik trauen. Zum kirchlichen Engagement in der Kulturhauptstadt RUHR.2010’, in: Jens Lieven, Michael Schlagheck, Barbara Welzel (eds.), with contributions by Rüdiger Glahs, Netzwerke der Memoria (Essen, 2013) 239-247.
  • Jean-Claude Schmitt, translated by Marie-Pierre Gelin, ‘Images and the Work of Memory, with Special Reference to the Sixth-Century Mosaics of Ravenna, Italy’, in: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, Mary Franklin-Brown (eds.), Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture (Ashgate, 2013) 13-32.
  • Sebastian Scholz, ‘Grabmäler als Zeugnisse der Memorialkultur’, in: Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013) 271-290.
  • Jennifer Scott, ‘Painting from life? Comments on the Date and Function of the Early Portraits of Elizabeth Woodville and Elizabeth of York in the Royal Collection’, in: Hannes Kleineke, Christian Steer (eds.), The Yorkist Age, 2011 Harlaxton Symposium Proceedings (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 18-26.
  • Monika Seifert, ‘Zwischen Tradition und Rezeption: das Lorscher Nekrolog’, in: Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013) 139-148.
  • Andrew Spicer, ‘Jeanne-Baptiste de Bourbon, the Plantagenets and the Restoration of Royal Tombs in Early Seventeenth-Century France’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 268-281.
  • Alexandra Stara, The Museum of French Monuments 1795-1816 ‘Killing art to make history’ (Ashgate, 2013).
  • Annemarie Stauffer, ‘Ein kostbares Geschenk. Der originale Einband des Theophanu-Evangeliars in Essen’, in: Jens Lieven, Michael Schlagheck, Barbara Welzel (eds.), with contributions by Rüdiger Glahs, Netzwerke der Memoria (Essen, 2013) 107-117.
  • Patricia Stoop, Schrijven in commissie. De zusters uit het Brusselse klooster Jericho en de preken van hun biechtvaders (ca. 1456-1510) (Hilversum, 2013).
  • Sheila Sweetinburgh, ‘Canterbury’s Martyred Archbishop: the ‘Cult’ of Simon Sudbury (d. 1381) and Relations between City and Cathedral’, in: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013) 199-211.
  • Sarah Tarlow, Liv Nilsson Stutz (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Death and Burial (Oxford University Press, 2013).
  • Matthias Ubl, ‘ “The Office of the Dead”: a New Interpretation of the Spes Nostra Painting’, in: The Rijksmuseum Bulletin 61(2013), 322-337.
  • Stephan Wahle, ‘Gedenken Gottes – Gottes. Gedenken. Die liturgisch-theologische Dimension christlicher Anamnese’, in: Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2013) 41-52.
  • William E. Wallace, ‘Michelangelo, Luigi del Riccio, and the tomb of Cecchino Bracci’, in: Artibus et Historiae 35 (2013), 97-106.
  • Barbara Welzel, ‘ “Die Gemeinschaft der Lebenden und Verstorbenen.” Hermen Rodes Bilder für das Lübecker Maleramt als Beglaubigung von Memoria’, in: Jens Lieven, Michael Schlagheck, Barbara Welzel (eds.), with contributions by Rüdiger Glahs, Netzwerke der Memoria (Essen, 2013) 173-190.
  • Philip Whittemore, ‘The Lost Brass of John Dunstaple, ‘Musitian’, 1453 formerly in St. Stephen, Walbrook, London’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 124-Oct (2013) 474-5.

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2014

  • Kristin B. Aavitsland, ‘Visualizing the art of dying in early protestant Scandinavia: a reading of a late sixteenth-century tapestry from Leksvik, Norway’, in: Journal of Early Modern Christianity 1:1 (2014), 115-41.
  • Sally Badham, ”What lies beneath’. A discovery at Much Marcle (Herefordshire)’, in: Church Monuments Society Newsletter 29.2 (Spring, 2014), 16-19.
  • Sally Badham, ‘Lost Monuments from Goltho, Lincolnshire’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 125-Feb (2014) 496-7.
  • Sally Badham, Geoff Blacker, ‘The Pudsay Family of Bolton-by-Bowland and their Monuments’, in: Yorkshire archaeological journal 86 (2014), 138-68.
  • Sally Badham, ‘The so-called ‘Crowther monument’ at Aldenham (Hertfordshire)’, in: CMS Newsletter 3.1 (Autumn 2014), 19-20.
  • Sally Badham, ‘The brass to a man holding a church at North Creake (Norfolk)’, in: Norfolk Archaeology XLVI (2014), 31-36.
  • Joana Barreto, ‘Come soavemente dormisse: les funérailles des Aragon de Naples entre légitimation politique et exemplarité chrétienne’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 455-486.
  • Jon Bayliss, ‘The export of brass from England during the Reformation’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 126-Jun (2014) 515-6.
  • Jerome Bertram, Graves and Epitaphs – Writings on Brasses and Related Subjects (lulu.com, 2014), 2 vols.
  • Jerome Bertram, Minor Mediaeval Monuments in Oxfordshire (lulu.com, 2014).
  • Arnoud-Jan Bijsterveld, ‘Memoria and Nobility Research in the Netherlands’, in: Jens Lieven, Bert Thissen, Ronald Wientjes (eds.), Verortete Herrschaft. Königspfalzen, Adelsburgen und Herrschaftsbildung in Niederlothringen während des frühen und hohen Mittelalters. Schriften der Heresbach-Stiftung Kalkar 16 (Kalkar en Bielefeld: Heresbah-Stiftung en Verlag für Regionalgeschichte, 2014), 211-232.
  • Wim Blockmans, ‘Beau, fort et fertile: l’idéal du corps princier’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 767-781.
  • Birgitte Bøggild Johannsen, ‘Ars moriendi more regio: royal death in sixteenth century Denmark’, in: Journal of Early Modern Christianity 1:1 (2014), 51-90.
  • Michael Borgolte et al.(eds.), Enzyklopädie des Stiftungswesens in mittelalterlichen Gesellschaften, Band 1: Grundlagen (De Gruyter Akademie Forschung: Berlin / Boston, 2014).
  • Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014).
  • Éric Bousmar, H. Cools, ‘Le corps du Prince dans les anciens Pays-Bas, de l’État bourguignon à la Révolte (XIVe-XVIe siècles)’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 253-295.
  • Thalia Brero, Éva Pibiri, ‘Le corps du prince au sein des rituels funéraires de la Maison de Savoie (XIVe-XVIe siècles)’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 393-427.
  • Elisabeth A. R. Brown, ‘The French Royal Funeral Ceremony and the King’s Two Bodies. Ernst H. Kantorowicz, Ralph E. Giesey and the Construction of a Paradigm’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 105-137.
  • Sarah Brown, ‘The mystery of Neuton’s tomb’, in: Hanna Vorholt, Peter Young (eds.), 1414: John Neuton and the Re-Foundation of York Minster Library (2014), online on the University of York’s History of Art Research Portal.
  • Michael Carter, ‘Cistercian Abbots as Patrons of Art and Architecture: Northern England in the Late Middle Ages’, in: Martin Heale (ed.), The Prelate in England and Europe: 1300-1560 (York Medieval Press, 2014), 215-239.
  • Paul Cockerham and Nicholas Orme, ‘John Waryn and his Cadaver Brass, formerly in Menheniot Church, Cornwall’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 19 (2014) 41-56.
  • Paul Cockerham, ‘Hanseatic Merchant Memorials: Individual Monuments or Collective ‘Memoria’?’, in: Caroline M. Barron, Anne F. Sutton (eds.), The Medieval Merchant: Proceedings of the 2012 Harlaxton Symposium (Donington, 2014), 392-413.
  • T. P. Connor, ”A Standinge Tombe Of Stone’. Early modern chest tombs in the churchyards of west Dorset and south Somerset’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 72-111.
  • Claudia Denk, John Ziesemer, Kunst und Memoria. Der Alte Südliche Friedhof in München (Berlin-München, 2014).
  • Mark Downing, Military Effigies of England & Wales, Volume 7: Warwickshire-Yorkshire East Riding (Shrewsbury, 2014).
  • Mark Downing, Military Effigies of England & Wales, Volume 8: Yorkshire North Riding-West Riding (Shrewsbury, 2014).
  • Mark Downing, Military Effigies of England & Wales, Volume 9: Wales (Shrewsbury, 2014).
  • Trevor Foulds, ‘In Medio Chori: The Tomb of Thomas of Corbridge, Archbishop of York, in Southwell Minster’, in: Journal British Archaeological Association CLXVII (2014), 109-23.
  • Stephen Freeth, ‘A Brass Figure in Lincolnshire Museum’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 125-Feb (2014) 488-9.
  • Christoph Luitpold Frommel, with Maria Forcellino, Claudia Echinger-Maurach & Antonio Forcellino, Michelangelo, Marmor und Geist: Das Grabmal Papst Julius II und seine Statuen (Regensburg: Schnell & Steiner, 2014).
  • Murielle Gaude-Ferragu, ‘Le ‘Double corps’ de la reine. L’Entrée d’Isabeau de Bavière à Paris (22 août 1389)’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 139-169.
  • Brian and Moira Gittos, ‘Memorial to an English Mason in the Holy Land’, in: Church Monuments Society Newsletter 29.2 (Spring, 2014), 15-16.
  • John Goodall, ‘Parish church treasures’, in: Country Life 208 (22 Jan, 29 Jan, 12 Feb, 26 Feb, 9 Apr, 30 Apr, 21 May, ? June 2014).
  • Knut Görich & Romedio Schmitz-Esser (eds), BarbarossaBilder: Entstehungskontexte, Erwartungshorizonte und Verwendungszusammenhänge (Schnell & Steiner: Regensburg, 2014).
  • Madeleine Gray, ‘Four weddings, three funerals and a historical detective puzzle’, in: Transactions of the Anglesey Antiquarian Society and Field Club 31-46 (2014). Published in defective form: a corrected version is available online.
  • Laurent Hablot, ‘En chair et en signes. Le corps héraldique et emblématique du prince au cœur des rituels de cour’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 657-678.
  • Jelle Haemers, ‘L’anniversaire Gantois de Marie, duchesse de Bourgogne (27 mars 1483). Autour de la participation des sujets urbains à un service commémoratif pour une princesse décédée’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 341-363.
  • Oliver D. Harris, ‘The generations of Adam: the monument of Sir Gawen Carew in Exeter Cathedral’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 40-71.
  • David Harte, ‘The Temple Church, London – 22nd February 2014. Men of the Inner Temple and their Brasses’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 126-Jun (2014) 504-6.
  • Pernille Hermann, Stephen A. Mitchell, Agnes S. Arnórsdóttir (eds.), Minni and Muninn: Memory in Medieval Nordic Culture (Turnhout, 2014).
  • Kevin Herring, ‘Erfurt, St. Marien Cathedral revisited: the brass to Dr. Hunold von Plettenberg, 1475’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 127-Oct (2014) 536-8.
  • Rainer Hugener, Buchführung für die Ewigkeit. Totengedenken, Verschriftlichung und Traditionsbildung im Spätmittelalter (Zürich, 2014).
  • Antheun Janse, ‘Jacqueline of Bavaria and John of Brabant. The Princely Body as a Political Asset’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 317-339.
  • Ronda Kasl, The Making of Hispano-Flemish Style: art, commerce, and politics in fifteenth-century Castile (Brepols: Turnhout, 2014).
  • Emily Kearns, ‘Richard III’s epitaph revisited’, in: The Ricardian 24 (2014), 75-86.
  • Annette Kehnel, ‘Le corps fragile du prince. Dans les rites d’investiture médiévale’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 679-704.
  • Karin Kryger (ed.), Danske Kongegrave (Royal Danish Tombs) (Museum Tusculanum Press, University of Copenhagen and Society for the Publication of Danish Cultural Monuments 2014).
  • Kees Kuiken, ‘Sint Jacobiparochie. Nieuwe vondsten van oude graven’, in: Alde Fryske Tsjerken 10 (June, 2014) 1-4.
  • Kees Kuiken, ‘Leermens herdacht. Memoriecultuur in Fivelgo vóór 1594’, in: Groninger Kerken 31-2 (2014) 33-40.
  • Kees Kuiken, ‘Herdenken in de kerk van Hommerts vóór en na de Hervorming’, in: Alde Fryske Tsjerken 11 (December 2014), 19-22.
  • Frédérique Lachaud, ‘Corps du prince, corps de la res publica. Ecriture métaphorique et construction politique dans le policraticus de Jean de Salisbury’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 171-199.
  • William Lack, ‘Conservation of Brasses, 2013’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 19 (2014) 81-92.
  • Miguel Ángel Ladero Quesada, ‘Protéger le corps et façonner les gestes du roi. Castille et Aragon (XIIIe-XVe siècle)’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 559-598.
  • Gilles Lecuppre, ‘Déficience du corps et exercice du pouvoir au XIVe siècle’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 705-719.
  • David Lepine, ”Pause and pray with mournful heart’: Late Medieval Clerical Monuments in Lincoln Cathedral’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 19 (2014) 15-40.
  • Richard A. Leson, ‘Reconstructing the tomb of Robert of Cassel in Warneton’, in: Peregrinations 4:4 (2014), 128-51.
  • Anne E. Lester, ‘The coffret of John of Montmirail: the sacred politics of reuse in thirteenth-century northern France’, in: Peregrinations 4:4 (2014), 50-86.
  • Julian Luxford, ‘Catfield Church, Norfolk: A Lost Rectorial Brass and an Early Case of Brass-Preservation’, in: Journal British Archaeological Association CLXVII (2014), 205-12.
  • Richard Marks, ‘Brass and Glass: Rector Thomas Patesley and Great Shelford Church (Cambridgeshire)’, in: Vidimus 76 (2014).
  • J.M. Massing, N. Zeeman (eds.), King’s College Chapel 1515-2015: Art, Music and Religion in Cambridge (Turnhout, 2014).
  • Frank Meddens and Gillian Draper, ”Out on a limb’: insights into Grange, a small member of the Cinque Ports Confederation’, in: Archaeologia Cantiana 135 (2014) 1-32.
  • Jean-Marie Moeglin, ‘Corps de l’Empire et corps de l’Empereur (XIe-XVe siècle)’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 37-67.
  • María Narbona Cárceles, ‘Le corps d’une reine stérile. Marie de Castille, reine d’Aragon (1416-1456)’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 599-618.
  • Elizabeth New, ‘The Tomb and Seal of John Trillek, Bishop of Hereford: some comparative thoughts’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 19 (2014) 2-14.
  • Elizabeth A. New, ‘Episcopal Embodiment: The Tombs and Seals of Bishops in Medieval England and Wales’, in: Martin Heale (ed.), The Prelate in England and Europe: 1300-1560 (York Medieval Press, 2014), 191-214.
  • Anna Nilsén, The Gothic Sculpture of Uppsala Cathedral: on spiritual guidance and creative joy (Brepols: Turnhout, 2014).
  • Michalis Olympios, ‘Stripped from the altar, recycled, forgotten: the altarpiece in Lusignan Cyprus’, in: Gesta 53:1 (2014), 47-72.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Adriaen Cornelis Clayssenzoon, 1524, Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk, Kapelle (Zeeland, Netherlands)’, in: Monumental Brass Society (Brass of the Month, July 2014).
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Gedenken en herkennen. Laatmiddeleeuwse (kinder)grafzerken in Zeeland’, in: Bulletin Stichting Oude Zeeuwse Kerken 69 (2014), 3-9.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, Trudi Brink, ‘A son’s delayed memorial to his dead mother’, in: website of The Church Monuments Society (Monument of the Month, March 2014).
  • Agostino Paravicini Bagliani, ”Le corps du pape’, vingt ans après’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 13-35.
  • Michael Penman, ‘Head, Body and Heart. Legitimating Kingship and the Burial of Robert Bruce, Scotland’s ‘Leper King’, CA 1286-1329′, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 229-252.
  • Malte Prietzel, ‘Le corps des évêques. L’exemple de Wurtzbourg aux XVe et XVIe siècles’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 67-104.
  • Giovanni Ricci, ‘Un corps sacré, un cadavre outragé. Deux princes d’Este au XVIe siècle’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 441-453.
  • Ursula Röper & Martin Treml (eds), Heiliges Grab – Heilige Gräber: Aktualität und Nachleben von Pilgerorten (Lukas-Verlag: Berlin, 2014).
  • Nigel Saul, ‘The sculptor of the monument of a serjeant-at-law at Flamstead (Hertfordshire): a sequel’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 7-21.
  • Hans-Joachim Schmidt, ‘Le roi ne meurt pas. Transmissions des concepts politiques aux successeurs par des testaments politiques’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 747-766.
  • Bertrand Schnerb, ‘Le corps armé du prince. Le duc de Bourgogne en guerre’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 297-315.
  • Minou Schraven, Festive Funerals in Early Modern Italy: the art and culture of conspicuous commemoration (Ashgate: Farnham, 2014).
  • Minou Schraven, ‘Contesting Supremacy. Funerals of the Spanish Monarchy in the Church of San Giacomo degli Spagnoli in Rome, 1497-1559’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 367- 391.
  • Sebastian Schulze, Mitteldeutsche Bildhauer der Renaissance und des Frühbarock (Schnell & Steiner: Regensburg, 2014).
  • Christine Shaw, ‘The Person of the Doge of Genoa’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 429-439.
  • Francesca Sivo, ‘Nani e giganti nel Mezzogiorno in età normanna’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 487-557.
  • W. M. Spellman, A Brief History of Death (Reaktion: London, 2014).
  • Christian Steer, ‘The Plantagenet in the Parish: The Burial of Richard III’s Daughter in Medieval London’, in: The Richardian 24 (2014), 63-73.
  • Christian Steer, ‘The Quadryng Brass at Outwell, Norfolk’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 126-Jun (2014) 513-4.
  • Krystina Stermole, ‘Politics, monuments, and Venice’s reclamation of Padua during the Cambrai War’, in: The Sixteenth Century Journal 45:2 (2014), 351-82.
  • Martin Stuchfield, ‘Intriguing palimpsest surfaces in Essex saleroom’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 126-Jun (2014) 512.
  • Ursula B. Thiel, Der Bildhauer und Medaillenschneider Dietrich Schro und seine Werkstatt in Mainz (1542/44-1572/73). Grabdenkmäler, Porträtmedaillen, Alabasterskulptur und Wappentafeln, Quellen und Abhandlungen zur Mittelrheinischen Kirchengeschichte 134 (Mainz: Selbstverlag der Gesellschaft für Mittelrheinische Kirchengeschichte, 2014).
  • Steven Thiry, ‘How to Steal the King’s Body? Corporeal Identification of Princely Pretenders in the Renaissance’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 721-746.
  • Dennis Turner, Nigel Saul, ‘The lost chantry college of Lingfield’, in: Surrey Archaeological Collections XCVIII (2014), 153-74.
  • Jean-Bernard de Vaivre, Alain Marchandisse, Laurent Vissière, ‘L’agonie, la mort et les funérailles de Pierre d’Aubusson († 1503), grand maître de Rhodes et cardinal’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 619-655.
  • Luis Vasallo Toranzo & Sergio Pérez Martín, ‘Francisco Giralte y el sepulcro del Obispo Gutierre de Carvajal’, in: Archivo Español de Arte 86 (2014), 275-90.
  • Martin Wangsgaard Jürgensen, ‘The ever-present death behind the church door: on the funeral bier and its emblematic qualities’, in: Journal of Early Modern Christianity 1:1 (2014), 91-114.
  • Matthew Ward, ‘Loyalty and Locality in Tudor Derbyshire: the brass of Nicholas Kniveton, 1500’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 125-Feb (2014) 492-4.
  • Philip Whittemore, ‘Millbrook, Bedfordshire: A Note on the Were Brass’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 125-Feb (2014) 489-90.
  • Philip Whittemore, ‘Dau Arysgrifau Cymraeg arall’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 126-Jun (2014) 508-10.
  • David Wilson (with an appendix by Sally Badham), ‘The Arches Court, Wootton St Lawrence and church monuments’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 112-153.
  • Jean L. Wilson, ‘The Cotton Monuments at Landwade’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 22-39.
  • Jean Winand, ‘Le corps du prince. La perception de l’Égypte ancienne’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 3-11.
  • Chris Woolgar, ‘Queens and Crowns: Philippa of Hainaut, possessions and the queen’s chamber in mid XIVth-century England’, in: Éric Bousmar, Hans Cools, Jonathan Dumont, & Alain Marchandisse (eds.), Micrologus. Nature, sciences and medieval societies, 22: Le corps du Prince (Florence: Sismel, 2014) 201-228.

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2015

  • Nicolangelo D’Acunto, ‘Mönchs- und Nonnenkonvente aus dem Regnum Italiae in den Libri vitae‘, in: Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015), 223-238.
  • Ann Adams, ‘Willem Loemans of Cologne and the patronage of 15th-century brasses’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 130-October (2015), 590-3.
  • Rasmus Agertoft, ‘Resten er historie. 1500-tallets adelige gravsten som biografi’ (“The Rest is History: 16th Century Noble Funeral Monuments as Biography”), in: Historiske biografier. Personalhistorisk Tidsskrift (2015), ed. by Samfundet for dansk Genealogi og Personalhistorie, 62-91.
  • Hubert Allen, ‘Marblers and Monuments in the Middle Ages. A contribution by our Hon. Secretary to a Study Day in Oxford’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 129-June (2015), 573-5.
  • Martin Aurell, ‘L’art comme propaganda royale? Henri II, Aliénor d’Aquitaine et leurs enfants (1154-1204)’, in: Hortus Artium Medievalium 21 (2015), 22-40.
  • Sally Badham, ‘Kneeling in prayer. English commemorative art 1330-1670’, in: The British Art Journal, vol. XI, no. 2 (2015), 2-16.
  • Sally Badham, ‘Medieval monuments to the de la Pole and Wingfield families’, in: E. Martin and P. Blore (eds.), Wingfield College and its Patrons: Piety and Prestige in Medieval Suffolk (Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge, 2015), 135-76.
  • Sally Badham, Seeking Salvation: Commemorating the Dead in the Late-Medieval Parish (Shaun Tyas, Donington, 2015).
  • Sally Badham, Sophie Oosterwijk, ”Monumentum aere perennius‘? Precious-metal effigial tomb monuments in Europe 1080-1430’, in: Church Monuments 30 (2015), 7-105.
  • Jill Barlow, Richard Bryant, Carolyn Heighway, Chris Jeans and David Smith, Edward II. His Last Months and his Monument (Gloucester, 2015).
  • María Barrigón, ‘Textiles and farewells: revisiting the grave goods of King Alfonso VIII of Castile and Queen Eleanor Plantagenet’, in: Textile History 46:2 (2015), 235-57.
  • María Barrigón, ‘An exceptional outfit for an exceptional king: the blue funerary garments of Alfonso VIII of Castile at Las Huelgas’, in: Viator 46:3 (2015), 155-72.
  • Jon Bayliss, ‘The Southwark Workshops, 1585-1605’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 19-2 (2015), 111-130.
  • Jerome Bertram, Icon and Epigraphy. The Meaning of European Brasses and Slabs (lulu.com, 2015), 2 vols.
  • Rhianydd Biebrach, ‘Commemoration and Culture. The Monuments of Abergavenny Priory in Context’, in: George Nash (ed.), An Anatomy of a Parish Church. The Archaeology, History and Conservation of St Mary’s Priory Church, Abergavenny (Archaeopress, Oxford, 2015), 143-162.
  • Andreas Bihrer, ‘Angelsächsische Könige in der kontinentalen Memorialüberlieferung’, in: Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015), 379-403.
  • Douglas Brine, Pious Memories. The Wall-Mounted Memorial in the Burgundian Netherlands (Brill, Leiden, 2015).
  • Eva-Maria Butz, ‘Herrschergedenken als Spiegel von Konsens und Kooperation. Zur politischen Einordnung von Herrschereinträgen in den frühmittelalterlichen Libri memoriales‘, in: Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015), 305-328.
  • Dorigen Caldwell, ‘Grace and favour: Pius V and sepulchral architecture in counter-Reformation Rome’, in: Artibus et Historiae 72 (2015), 211-46.
  • Toby Capwell, Armour of the English Knight 1400-1450 (Thomas del Mar, London, 2015).
  • Tobias Capwell, ‘The 15th century brass at Trotton: A hero of Agincourt as armoured icon’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 129-June (2015), 570-2.
  • Michael Carter, ‘The Mysterious Mitre on the Monument: A fifteenth-century grave cover at Fountains Abbey, Yorkshire’, in: Cîteaux Commentarii cistercienses. Revue d’Histoire Cistercienne / A Journal of Historical Studies / Zeitschrift für Zisterziensische Geschichte 66, 1-2 (2015), 7-20.
  • Neil Cartlidge, ‘A Debate with Death: John Rudyng’s Brass in St. Andrew’s Church, Biggleswade’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 19-2 (2015), 94-100.
  • Maximilian Diesenberger, ‘Könige und Herzöge im Salzburger Verbrüderungsbuch um 800’, in: Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015), 329-342.
  • Stefano D’Ovidio, ‘Osservazioni sulla struttura e l’iconografia della tomba di re Roberto d’Angiò in Santa Chiara a Napoli’, in: Hortus Artium Medievalium 21 (2015), 92-112.
  • Rachel Dressler, ‘Identity, status, and material: medieval alabaster effigies in England’, in: Peregrinations 5:2 (2015), 65-96.
  • Daniel Dumitran, Marius Rotar (eds.), Places of Memory: Cemeteries and Funerary Practices throughout the Time, Annales Universitatis Apulensis, Series Historica, 19/II (2015).
  • Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015).
  • Dieter Geuenich, ‘Das Reichenauer Verbrüderungsbuch’, in: Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015), 123-146.
  • Helen Gittos, Sarah Hamilton (eds.), Understanding Medieval Liturgy: Essays in Interpretation (Abingdon, 2015).
  • Mike Good and David Miller, ‘What constitutes error? Idiosyncrasies of composition and engravings in the inscription of 1586 to Sir Thomas Brudenell, 1549, Deene, Northamptonshire’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 128-Feb (2015), 552-5.
  • John Goodall, Parish Church Treasures (Bloomsbury Continuum, London, 2015).
  • David Green, ‘The tomb of the Black Prince. Contexts and Incongruities’, in: Church Monuments 30 (2015), 105-122.
  • Norman Hammond, ‘A Hapsburg archducal chronogram on a lost monument’, in: Coat of Arms, 3rd ser. 11:2 (2015), 139-42.
  • David Harry, ‘A Cadaver in Context: the Shroud Brass of John Brigge Revisited’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 19-2 (2015), 101-110.
  • Wolfgang Haubrichs, ‘Romanische und bairische Personennamen im Salzburger Verbrüderungsbuch’, in: Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015), 405-440.
  • Carole Hill, ‘Politics and Piety: the 15th century brasses at St. Giles-on-the-Hill, Norwich’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 128-Feb (2015), 547-9.
  • Historic England, Jewish Burial Grounds: understanding values (London: Barker Langham for Historic England, 2015). Available online.
  • John Insley, ‘The Old English and Scandinavian Personal Names of the Durham Liber Vitae to 1200′, in: Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015), 441-452.
  • Franz-Josef Jakobi, ‘Der Liber Memorialis von Remiremont’, in: Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015), 87-122.
  • Jörg Jarnut, Martin Kroker, Stephan Müller, Matthias Wemhoff (eds.), Gräber im Kirchenraum (Wilhelm Fink: Paderborn, 2015).
  • Nienke de Jong, ‘Het Arnhemse klooster Bethanië. Een productiecentrum van handschriften voor een Gelders-Nederrijnse markt (1450-1475)’, in: Arnhems Historisch Tijdschrift 35:1 (2015), 16-23.
  • Tadeusz Jurkowlaniec, Nagrobki sredniowieczne w Prusach (Warsaw, 2015).
  • William Lack, ‘Conservation of Brasses, 2014’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 19-2 (2015), 165-174.
  • Christian Lange, Paradise and Hell in Islamic Traditions, (Cambridge, 2015).
  • Christian Lange (ed.), Locating Hell in Islamic Traditions, (Leiden, 2015).
  • David Lepine, ‘Commemoration of the Dead: new approaches, new perspectives, new material – 15th November 2014’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 128-Feb (2015), meeting reports 545-6.
  • Jens Lieven, ‘Großgruppeneinträge in den Libri memoriales. Anmerkungen zu Bischöfen der späten Karolingerzeit im Kontext großer Gruppen’, in: Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015), 239-272.
  • Phillip Lindley, The Howards and the Tudors. Studies in Science and Heritage (Shaun Tyas, Donington, 2015).
  • Joan Barclay Lloyd, ‘Saint Catherine of Siena’s tomb and its place in Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Rome: narration, translation and veneration’, in: Papers of the British School at Rome 83 (2015), 111-48.
  • Immaculada Lorés i Otzet, ‘Hagiography and memory: the use of Bishop Saint Ramon of Roda in the thirteenth century’, in: Hortus Artium Medievalium 21 (2015), 136-51.
  • Vinni Lucherini, ‘Celebrare e cancellare la memoria dinastica nella Napoli angioina: le tombe delle principe Andrea d’Ungheria e della regina Giovanna I’, in: Hortus Artium Medievalium 21 (2015), 76-91.
  • Uwe Ludwig, ‘Die beiden St. Galler Libri vitae aus dem 9. Jahrhundert’, in: Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015), 147-174.
  • Alastair Minnis, ‘Discourse beyond Death: The Language of Heaven in the Middle English Pearl‘, in: Mary Carruthers (ed.), Language in Medieval Britain. Networks and Exchanges (Donington, 2015), 214-228.
  • George McHardy, ‘Brasses in the Church of Our Lady and St. Alphonsus, Hanley Swan, Worcestershire’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 19-2 (2015), 131-164.
  • Meta Niederkorn-Bruck, ‘Nomina scripta sunt in coelo‘, in: Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015), 59-86.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Graven in de kerk: Middeleeuwse grafzerken in Sint-Maartensdijk’, (2015). Available online: http://memo.hum.uu.nl/pdf/Graven_in_de_kerk_2015.pdf
  • Massimo De Paoli, ‘La rotonda a Brescia: il rilievo del sarcofago de Berardo Maggi’, in: Hortus Artium Medievalium 21 (2015), 189-93.
  • Frederick S. Paxton, ‘Researching rites for the dying and the dead’, in: Helen Gittos, Sarah Hamilton (eds.), Understanding Medieval Liturgy: Essays in Interpretation (Abingdon, 2015).
  • Gisela Probst, Die Memoria des Herren von Lichtenberg in Neuweiler (Elsass): Adelphus-Teppiche, Hochgrab Ludwigs V. († 1471), Heiliges Grab (1478), Glasmalereien (Reimer Mann Verlag: Berlin, 2015).
  • Peter Ryder, ‘Robert Markham slab from Rufford Abbey’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 130-October (2015), 588-9.
  • Rudolf Schieffer, ‘Memorialquellen in den Monumenta Germaniae Historica’, in: Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015), 17-32.
  • Thomas Schilp, ‘Überlegungen zur Sakramentarhandschrift D 1 als Liber vitae der Essener Frauenkommunität’, in: Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015), 203-221.
  • Marta Serrano-Coll, ‘Visualizing monarchic power from the 13th to 15th centuries: an example of narrative told through chronicles and funeral images in the Iberian Peninsula’, in: Hortus Artium Medievalium 21 (2015), 113-23.
  • Christian Steer, ‘The Language of Commemoration’, in: Mary Carruthers (ed.), Language in Medieval Britain. Networks and Exchanges (Donington, 2015), 240-250.
  • Francesca Stroppa, ‘Immagine e buon Governo nell’ideologia politica e nella memoria visiva del vescovo Berardo Maggi (Brescia, 1275-1308)’, in: Hortus Artium Medievalium 21 (2015), 168-88.
  • Elizabeth C. Tingle and Jonathan Willis (eds.), Dying, Death, Burial and Commemoration in Reformation Europe (Farnham: Ashgate, 2015).
  • Petr UliČný, ‘The choirs of St Vitus’s Cathedral in Prague: a marriage of liturgy, coronation, royal necropolis, and piety’, in: Journal of the British Archaeological Association 168 (2015), 186-233.
  • Sylvain Vondra, Le costume militaire médiéval: les chevaliers catalans du XIIIe au début du XVe siécle, étude archéologique (Nouvelles Éditions Loubatières: Carbonne, Oct 2015).
  • Christina Welch, ‘”Chopping and changing”: exploring the Willoughby carved cadaver memorials at St Leonard’s church, Wollaton, Nottinghamshire’, in: Church Archaeology 17 (for 2013, 2015), 63-78.
  • Howard Williams et al., Early medieval grave stones (Suffolk: Boydell and Brewer, 2015).
  • J. Willis (ed.), Sin and salvation in Reformation England (Farnham: Ashgate, 2015).
  • Ann Wintle, ‘Cirencester, Gloucestershire – 27th September 2014’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 128-Feb (2015), meeting reports 544-5.
  • Jean L. Wilson, ‘Speaking stones. The use of text in the design of Early Modern funerary monuments’, in: Church Monuments 30 (2015), 123-166.
  • Christof Woetmann, Peter Ferson, Songs for funerals and intercession: A collection of polyphony for the confraternity of St Barbara at the Corbie Abbey. Amiens, Bibliothèque Centrale Louis Aragon, MS 162 D (Copenhagen, 2015 – available online at: http://amiens.pwch.dk/), 2 volumes.
  • Herwig Wolfram, ‘Die Libri vitae von Salzburg und Cividale und das Bayerische Ostland (799-907)’, in: Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015), 343-378.
  • Ursula Wolkewitz, Die gravierten Messinggrabplatten des 13. und 14. Jahrhunderts im Bereich der nortdeutschen Hanse – ihre Herkunft und ihre Bedeutung (Kassel University Press, 2015).
  • Joachim Wollasch, ‘Formen und Inhalte mittelalterlicher memoria‘, in: Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015), 33-57.
  • Alfons Zettler, ‘Otmars Gefährten. Studien zum St. Galler Gelübdebuch und zu den ältesten St. Galler Mönchslisten’, in: Dieter Geuenich, Uwe Ludwig (eds.), Libri vitae. Gebetsgedenken in der Gesellschaft des Frühen Mittelalters (Köln / Weimar / Wien, 2015), 175-202.

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2016

  • Ann Adams, Jessica Barker (eds.), Revisiting the Monument: Fifty Years Since Panofsky’s Tomb Sculpture (London, The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2016).
  • Ann Adams, ‘Revealed/Concealed: Monumental Brasses on Tomb Chests – The Examples of John I, Duke of Cleves, and Catherine of Bourbon’, in: Ann Adams, Jessica Barker (eds.), Revisiting the Monument: Fifty Years Since Panofsky’s Tomb Sculpture (London, The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2016), 160-183.
  • Stuart Airlie, ‘Earthly and Heavenly Networks in a World in Flux: Carolingian Family Identities and the Prague Sacramentary’, in: M. Diesenberger, R. Meens, H.G.E. Rose (eds.), The Prague Sacramentary. Culture, Religion, and Politics in Late Eight-Century Bavaria (Turnhout, 2016), 203-223.
  • Anna Janina Bannach, ‘Eine Anna Selbdritt des Dries Holthuys aus Warbeyen. Kunsttechnologische und restauratorische Untersuchungen einer niederrheinischen Skulptur um 1500’, in: Gerd Hallmanns, Beate Sturm (eds.), Vorträge zum Karl-Heinz-Tekath-Förderpreis 2015 (Geldern: Historischer Verein für Geldern und Umgegend, 2016), 36-59.
  • Jessica Barker, ‘Stone and Bone: The Corpse, the Effigy and the Viewer in Late-Medieval Tomb Sculpture’, in: Ann Adams, Jessica Barker (eds.), Revisiting the Monument: Fifty Years Since Panofsky’s Tomb Sculpture (London, The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2016), 113-136.
  • James Alexander Cameron, ‘Competing for Dextro Cornu Magnum Altaris: Funerary Monuments and Liturgical Seating in English Churches’, in: Ann Adams, Jessica Barker (eds.), Revisiting the Monument: Fifty Years Since Panofsky’s Tomb Sculpture (London, The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2016), 137-153.
  • Martin Coppen, The Tomb of Sir Robert Oxenbridge in St Andrew, Hurstbourne Priors, Hampshire (Andover: Maryacre Publishing, 2016).
  • Martin Coppen, The Monument to Lady Ann Lawarr and Richard Kemis in St Mary, Andover, Hampshire (Andover: Maryacre Publishing, 2016).
  • Martin Coppen, Monumental Inscriptions in St Mary’s Church, Andover, Hampshire: Recorded in 1819 by William Hensley (Andover: Maryacre Publishing, 2016).
  • Philippe Depreux, ‘La prière pour les rois et le status regni dans le sacramentaire de Prague et l’attention portée par Charlemagne au salut de la communauté politique’, in: M. Diesenberger, R. Meens, H.G.E. Rose (eds.), The Prague Sacramentary. Culture, Religion, and Politics in Late Eight-Century Bavaria (Turnhout, 2016), 181-201.
  • M. Diesenberger, R. Meens, H.G.E. Rose (eds.), The Prague Sacramentary. Culture, Religion, and Politics in Late Eight-Century Bavaria (Turnhout, 2016).
  • Martha Dunkelman, ‘Deconstructing Donatello and Michelozzo’s Brancacci Tomb’, in: Ann Adams, Jessica Barker (eds.), Revisiting the Monument: Fifty Years Since Panofsky’s Tomb Sculpture (London, The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2016), 226-239.
  • Nicholas A. Eckstein, ‘Saint Peter, the Carmelites, and the Triumph of Anghiari: The Changing Context of the Brancacci Chapel in Mid-Fifteenth Century Florence’, in: P. F. Howard, C. Hewlett (eds.), Studies on Florence and the Italian Renaissance in Honour of F.W. Kent (Turnhout, 2016), 317-337.
  • Shirin Fozi, ‘From the ‘Pictorial’ to the ‘Statuesque’: Two Romanesque Effigies and the Problem of Plastic Form’, in: Ann Adams, Jessica Barker (eds.), Revisiting the Monument: Fifty Years Since Panofsky’s Tomb Sculpture (London, The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2016), 30-48.
  • Sanne Frequin, ‘Veiling and Unveiling: The Materiality of the Tomb of John I of Avesnes and Philippa of Luxembourg in the Franciscan church of Valenciennes’, in: Ann Adams, Jessica Barker (eds.), Revisiting the Monument: Fifty Years Since Panofsky’s Tomb Sculpture (London, The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2016), 184-200.
  • Stephan Freund, Gabriele Köster (eds.), Dome – Gräber – Grabungen: Winchester und Magdeburg – Zwei Kulturlandschaften des 10. Jahrhunderts im Vergleich, Schriftenreihe des Zentrums für Mittelalterausstellungen Magdeburg 2 (Regensburg: Schnell und Steiner, 2016).
  • Laura D. Gelfand (ed.), Our Dogs, Our Selves. Dogs in Medieval and Early Modern Art, Literature, and Society (Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2016).
  • Sally Harper, P.S. Barnwell, Magnus Williamson, Late Medieval Liturgies Enacted. The Experience of Worship in Cathedral and Parish Church (Abingdon, 2016).
  • Christopher Highley, ‘Failed commemoration: a royal tomb and its aftermath’, in: Huntington Library Quarterly 79:1 (2016), 93-118.
  • Stan Hollaardt, Gerard Pieters, Lebuïnus herontdekt. Een bezongen heilige (Deventer: Wolters Kluwer, 2016). With Gregorian music on a CD.
  • P. F. Howard, C. Hewlett (eds.), Studies on Florence and the Italian Renaissance in Honour of F.W. Kent (Turnhout, 2016).
  • Nienke de Jong, ‘Das Arnheimer Kloster Bethanien. Ein Produktionszentrum für einen geldrisch-niederrheinischen Markt (1450-1475)’, in: Gerd Hallmanns, Beate Sturm (eds.), Vorträge zum Karl-Heinz-Tekath-Förderpreis 2015 (Geldern: Historischer Verein für Geldern und Umgegend, 2016), 20-35.
  • Dale Kent, ”La cara e buona imagine paterna di voi’: Ideal Images of Patriarchs and Patrons as Models for the Right Ordering of Renaissance Florence’, in: P. F. Howard, C. Hewlett (eds.), Studies on Florence and the Italian Renaissance in Honour of F.W. Kent (Turnhout, 2016), 53-72.
  • Hadrien Kockerols, Le monument funéraire médiéval dans l’ancien diocèse de Liège (Namur, Les éditions namuroises, 2016), 2 volumes.
  • Hadrien Kockerols, ‘Het praalgraf van Roermond. Archeologie van een tombe’, in: Bulletin KNOB 115 (2016 – 1), 18-33.
  • Julian Luxford, ‘The double cadaver tomb at Denston, Suffolk: a unique object of European significance’, in: The Ricardian 26 (2016), 99-112.
  • Robert Marcoux, ‘Memory, Presence and the Medieval Tomb’, in: Ann Adams, Jessica Barker (eds.), Revisiting the Monument: Fifty Years Since Panofsky’s Tomb Sculpture (London, The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2016), 49-67.
  • Richard Marks, ‘A widow, two wills, two windows and two tombs: the memorials of Dame Anne Danvers in Dauntsey church, Wiltshire’, in: Katharina Georgi et al (eds.), Licht(t)räume: Festschrift für Brigitte Kurmann zum 65. Geburtstag (Michael Imhof Verlag: Petersberg, 2016), 145-51.
  • Clare Monagle, ‘Authority and Punishment in the Letters of Hildegard of Bingen and Catherine of Siena’, in: P. F. Howard, C. Hewlett (eds.), Studies on Florence and the Italian Renaissance in Honour of F.W. Kent (Turnhout, 2016), 373-386.
  • Susie Nash, ‘Erwin Panofsky’s Tomb Sculpture: Creating the Monument’, in: Ann Adams, Jessica Barker (eds.), Revisiting the Monument: Fifty Years Since Panofsky’s Tomb Sculpture (London, The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2016), 16-28.
  • Geoffrey Nuttall, ‘Panofsky’s Tomb Sculpture and the Development of the Early Renaissance Floor Tomb: The Tomb Slab of Lorenzo Trenta by Jacopo della Quercia Reappraised’, in: Ann Adams, Jessica Barker (eds.), Revisiting the Monument: Fifty Years Since Panofsky’s Tomb Sculpture (London, The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2016), 68-87.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘From Biblical Beast to Faithful Friend: A Short Note on the Iconography of Footrests on Tomb Monuments’, in: Laura D. Gelfand (ed.), Our Dogs, Our Selves. Dogs in Medieval and Early Modern Art, Literature, and Society (Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2016), 243-260.
  • Steven F. Ostrow, ‘Giovanni Angelo Frumenti and his tomb in S. Maria Maggiore: a proposed new work by Gian Lorenzo Bernini’, in: The Burlington Magazine 158:1360 (July 2016), 518-28.
  • Luca Palozzi, ‘Petrarch and Memorial Art: Blurring the Borders between Art Theory and Art Practice in Trecento Italy’, in: Ann Adams, Jessica Barker (eds.), Revisiting the Monument: Fifty Years Since Panofsky’s Tomb Sculpture (London, The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2016), 89-112.
  • John T. Paoletti, ‘Asserting Presence: Strategies of Medici Patronage in Renaissance Florence’, in: P. F. Howard, C. Hewlett (eds.), Studies on Florence and the Italian Renaissance in Honour of F.W. Kent (Turnhout, 2016), 73-94.
  • Gordon D. Raeburn, ‘Death, superstition, and common society following the Scottish Reformation’, in: Mortality 21:1 (2016), 36-51.
  • Matthew Reeves, ”Nostre sépulture et derrenière maison‘: A Reconsideration of the Tomb of Jean de Berry for the Sainte-Chapelle at Bourges, its Inception, Revision and Reconstruction’, in: Ann Adams, Jessica Barker (eds.), Revisiting the Monument: Fifty Years Since Panofsky’s Tomb Sculpture (London, The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2016), 201-225.
  • Donna L. Sadler, ‘The Canine Domain: At the Feet of the Royal Tomb Effigies in Capetian France’, in: Laura D. Gelfand (ed.), Our Dogs, Our Selves. Dogs in Medieval and Early Modern Art, Literature, and Society (Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2016), 261-278.
  • Jeremy L. Smith, ‘The Sheffield portrait types, their Catholic purposes, and Mary Queen of Scots’s tomb’, in: British Catholic History 33:1 (2016), 71-90.
  • Janet Snyder, ‘Eternal Devotion: The Stone Canine Companions of Gothic Castilla y León’, in: Laura D. Gelfand (ed.), Our Dogs, Our Selves. Dogs in Medieval and Early Modern Art, Literature, and Society (Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2016), 279-301.
  • Christian Steer, ‘”The Lorde Barons slain at Barnet Field”‘, in: The Ricardian 26 (2016), 87-98.
  • Sharon T. Strocchia, ‘Begging for Favours: The ‘New’ Clares of S. Chiara Novella and their Patrons’, in: P. F. Howard, C. Hewlett (eds.), Studies on Florence and the Italian Renaissance in Honour of F.W. Kent (Turnhout, 2016), 277-294.
  • Matthew Ward, The Livery Collar in Late Medieval England and Wales: politics, identity and affinity (Boydell: Woodbridge, 2016).
  • Saundra Weddle, ”Tis Better to Give than to Receive: Client-Patronage Exchange and its Architectural Implications at Florentine Convents’, in: P. F. Howard, C. Hewlett (eds.), Studies on Florence and the Italian Renaissance in Honour of F.W. Kent (Turnhout, 2016), 295-315.
  • Kim Woods, ‘Panofsky: Materials and Condition’, in: Ann Adams, Jessica Barker (eds.), Revisiting the Monument: Fifty Years Since Panofsky’s Tomb Sculpture (London, The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2016), 155-159.
  • Kim Woods, Cut in Alabaster: a Material of Sculpture 1330-1530 (Turnhout, 2016).
  • Ulrike Wuttke, Im Diesseits das Jenseits bereiten. Eschatologie, Laienbildung und Zeitkritik bei den mittelniederländischen Autoren Jan von Boendale, Lodewijk van Velthem und Jan van Leeuwen (Göttingen University Press, 2016).

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Reviews: Sally Badham, Paul Cockerham (ed.), ‘The beste and fayrest of al Lincolnshire.’ The Church of St Botolph, Boston, Lincolnshire, and its Medieval Monuments, BAR British Series 554 (Oxford: Archaeopress, 2012).

  • Peter Coss, ‘Sally Badham, Paul Cockerham (ed.), ‘The beste and fayrest of al Lincolnshire.’ The Church of St Botolph, Boston, Lincolnshire, and its Medieval Monuments’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 18 (2013) 504-7.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Sally Badham, Paul Cockerham (ed.), ‘The beste and fayrest of al Lincolnshire.’ The Church of St Botolph, Boston, Lincolnshire, and its Medieval Monuments’, in: MMR 10 (2012).

 

Review: Jerome Bertram, Icon and Epigraphy. The Meaning of European Brasses and Slabs (lulu.com, 2015), 2 vols.

  • Sally Badham, ‘Jerome Bertram, Icon and Epigraphy. The Meaning of European Brasses and Slabs (lulu, 2015), 2 vols, 423 pp. + 581 illus.’, in: MMR 16 (2016).

 

Reviews: Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Do ut des. Gift Giving, Memoria, and Conflict Management in the Medieval Low Countries

  • James M. Murray, ‘Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Do ut des. Gift Giving, “Memoria”, and Conflict Management in the Medieval Low Countries‘, in: Speculum 84 (2009), 122-123.
  • R.I.A. Nip, ‘Bijsterveld, A.-J.A., Do ut des. Gift Giving, Memoria and Conflict Management in the Medieval Low Countries’, web review of: BMGN 124 (2009), 1-2.
  • StevenVanderputten, ‘Arnoud-Jan A. Bijsterveld, Do ut des Gift. Giving, Memoria, and Conflict Management in the Medieval Low Countries‘, in: Millennium 21-2 (2007), 135-137.

 

Reviews: Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds.), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum, 2013).

  • Transparant 24-2 (2013) 30.
  • Truus van Bueren, ‘Graven spreken, Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden, eds. Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan. Hilversum (Uitgeverij Verloren) 2013′, in: MMR 12 (2013).
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Peter Bitter, Viera Bonenkampová and Koen Goudriaan (eds), Graven spreken. Perspectieven op grafcultuur in de middeleeuwse en vroegmoderne Nederlanden (Hilversum: Verloren, 2013), 256 pp., 21 b/w illus.’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 154-8.

 

Reviews: Llewellyn Bogaers, Aards, betrokken en zelfbewust. De verwevenheid van cultuur en religie in katholiek Utrecht, 1300 – 1600

  • Martin W.J. de Bruijn, ‘Buurschap en gerecht. De ontwikkeling van twee samenhangende instellingen in middeleeuws Utrecht’, in: Jaarboek Oud Utrecht (2008), 127-154.
  • Llewellyn C.J.J. Bogaers, ‘Repliek: Wie organiseerde de straatfeesten in laatmiddeleeuws Utrecht?’, in: Jaarboek Oud Utrecht (2008), 155-162.
  • Martin W.J. de Bruijn, ‘Dupliek: Van binnenuit en van onderop of van bovenaf?’, in: Jaarboek Oud Utrecht (2008), 163-168.
  • Justine Smithuis, ‘Cultuur en religie in laatmiddeleeuws Utrecht’, in: Madoc 22 (2008), 185-187.

 

Review: Llewellyn Bogaers, Aards, betrokken en zelfbewust. De verwevenheid van cultuur en religie in katholiek Utrecht, 1300 – 1600 & Ch.H. Parker, Faith on the Margin. Catholics and Catholicism in the Dutch Golden Age (Cambridge Mass. Londen 2008)

  • Anne-Laure Van Bruaene, ‘Vrome daden en gedachten. Een revisionistische kijk op het katholieke verleden van Nederland’, in: Bijdragen en Mededelingen betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden 124-1 (2009), 57-64.

 

Review: Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, and Mary Franklin-Brown (eds), Memory and commemoration in medieval culture (Farnham, Ashgate, 2013).

  • David Lepine, ‘Elma Brenner, Meredith Cohen, and Mary Franklin-Brown (eds), Memory and commemoration in medieval culture (Farnham, Ashgate, 2013), 354 pp., 59 b/w illus.’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 167-8.

 

Review: Maria Teresa Brollis, Andrea Zonca (eds.) Testamenti di donne a Bergamo nel medioevo: pergamene dall’archivio della Misericordia maggiore (secoli XIII-XIV) (Selci-Lama, Perugia: Pliniana, 2012).

  • Roisin Cossar, ‘Brolis, Maria Teresa and Andrea Zonca. Testamenti di donne a Bergamo nel medioevo: pergamene dall’archivio della Misericordia maggiore (secoli XIII-XIV)‘, in: The Medieval Review 13.02.03 (2013-2).

 

Review: Caroline Bruzelius, Preaching, Building and Burying: Friars in the Medieval City (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2014).

  • Christian Steer, ‘Caroline Bruzelius, Preaching, Building and Burying: Friars in the Medieval City (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2014), xi + 205 pp., 40 colour and 40 b/w plates’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 19-2 (2015), 175.

 

Review: Wim Cappers, Aan deze zijde van de dood. Funeraire componenten van seculariserende cultuurlandschappen in Nederland 1576-2010 (dissertation, 2012).

  • Review in: Historisch Nieuwsblad 22, nr. 2 (Febr. 2013) 23.

 

Review: Edward Chaney and Timothy Wilks, The Jacobean Grand Tour. Early Stuart travellers in Europe (London and New York, I. B. Tauris & Co, 2014).

  • Conny Bailey, ‘Edward Chaney and Timothy Wilks, The Jacobean Grand Tour. Early Stuart travellers in Europe (London and New York, I. B. Tauris & Co, 2014), 304 pp., 11 colour plates, 107 b/w illus.’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 175-6.

 

Reviews: Claudia Denk, John Ziesemer, Kunst und Memoria. Der Alte Südliche Friedhof in München (Berlin-München, 2014).

  • Rainer Knauf, ‘Claudia Denk und John Ziesemer, Kunst und Memoria’, in: kunsttexte.de (3/2014-1).
  • Marcus Köhler, ‘Denk, Claudia; Ziesemer, John: Kunst und Memoria’, in: Arthist (Oct 28, 2014).

 

Reviews: Anne Doedens, Henk Looijesteijn, De kroniek van Henrica van Erp, abdis van Vrouwenklooster (Hilversum, 2010).

  • Jan Brouwers, ‘De Kroniek van Henrica van Erp, abdis van Vrouwenklooster’, in: Rkkerk.nl 8 (2010) 12, 8.
  • Cécile de Morrée, ‘De kroniek van Henrica van Erp, abdis van Vrouwenklooster. Ingeleid en bezorgd door Anne Doedens en Henk Looijesteijn’, in: Historisch Platform (2010).
  • Fred Vogelzang, ‘Nieuwe boeken’, in: GM Kwadraat 10 (2010) 40, 32.

 

Review: Daniel Dumitran and Marius Rotar (eds.), Places of Memory: Cemeteries and Funerary Practices throughout the Time, Annales Universitatis Apulensis, Series Historica, 19/II (2015).

  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Daniel Dumitran and Marius Rotar (eds.), Places of Memory: Cemeteries and Funerary Practices throughout the Time, Annales Universitatis Apulensis, Series Historica, 19/II (2015), 270 pp., colour illus. throughout. ISSN: 1453-9306.’, in: MMR 17 (2016).

 

Review: Maureen Daly Goggin and Beth Fowkes Tobin (eds), Women and the material culture of death (Farnham, Ashgate, 2013).

  • Julian Litten, ‘Maureen Daly Goggin and Beth Fowkes Tobin (eds), Women and the material culture of death (Farnham, Ashgate, 2013), xxii + 344 pp., bibliography and index, 77 b/w plates.’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 172-5.

 

Review: Andrew Gordon and Thomas Rist (eds), The arts of remembrance in Early Modern England. Memorial cultures of the Post Reformation (Farnham, Ashgate, 2013).

  • Andrew White, ‘Andrew Gordon and Thomas Rist (eds), The arts of remembrance in Early Modern England. Memorial cultures of the Post Reformation (Farnham, Ashgate, 2013), 29 pp., 23 b/w illus.’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 170-1.

 

Review: Robert Halliday, Suffolk graves. A history of Suffolk gravestones (Bury St Edmunds, Arima Publishing, 2013), and Robert Halliday, Suffolk graves. Graves of the famous and notable (Bury St Edmunds, Arima Publishing, 2013).

  • Roger Bowdler, ‘Robert Halliday, Suffolk graves. A history of Suffolk gravestones (Bury St Edmunds, Arima Publishing, 2013), 113 pp., 234 b/w illus. (…) Robert Halliday, Suffolk graves. Graves of the famous and notable (Bury St Edmunds, Arima Publishing, 2013), 100 pp., 144 b/w illus.’ in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 183-4.

 

Review: Elizabeth den Hartog, John Veerman, Edward Grasman and Dirk Jan de Vries (eds), De Pieterskerk in Leiden. Bouwgeschiedenis, inrichting en gedenktekens (WBooks 2011).

  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Elizabeth den Hartog, John Veerman, Edward Grasman and Dirk Jan de Vries (eds), De Pieterskerk in Leiden. Bouwgeschiedenis, inrichting en gedenktekens’, in: MMR 11 (2013).

 

Review: S.A.C. Dudok van Heel, Van Amsterdamse burgers tot Europese aristocraten. De Heijnen maagschap 1400-1800. Hun geschiedenis en hun portretten (Den Haag, 2008).

  • Redmer Alma, ‘Het belang van Maagschap’, in: Virtus 18 (2011) 192-196.

 

Review: Pernille Hermann, Stephen A. Mitchell, Agnes S. Arnórsdóttir (eds.), Minni and Muninn: Memory in Medieval Nordic Culture (Turnhout, 2014).

  • William Sayers, ‘Hermann, Pernille, Stephen A. Mitchell, and Agnes S. Arnórsdóttir. Minni and Muninn: Memory in Medieval Nordic Culture’, in: The Medieval Review (2015-01).

 

Review: Jeannie Łabno, Commemorating the Polish Renaissance Child: Funeral Monuments and their European Context (Abingdon, 2011).

  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Jeannie Łabno, Commemorating the Polish Renaissance Child: Funeral Monuments and their European Context‘, in: MMR 10 (2012).

 

Review: Reinhard Lamp, Eines in Allem, Abriebe mittelalterlichen Grabplatten aus deutschen und englischen Kirchen (Lübeck, 2012).

  • Jerome Bertram, ‘Reinhard Lamp, Eines in Allem, Abriebe mittelalterlichen Grabplatten aus deutschen und englischen Kirchen, (Lübeck, 2012)’, in: Monumental Brass Society Bulletin 124-Oct (2013) 477.

 

Reviews: Richard Marks, Studies in the Art and Imagery of the Middle Ages (London, 2013).

  • Eamon Duffy, ‘Richard Marks, Studies in the art and imagery of the Middle Ages (London, The Pindar Press, 2012), viii + 845 pp., 456 b/w illus.’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 163-5.
  • John Goodall, ‘Richard Marks, Studies in the art and imagery of the Middle Ages (London: The Pindar Press, 2012); viii + 845 pp., 456 b/w illus.’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 19-2 (2015), 176-7.

 

Review: Daantje Meuwissen, Gekoesterde Traditie. De portretreeks van de landcommandeurs van de Utrechtse Balije van de Ridderlijke Duitsche Orde (Hilversum, 2011).

  • Egbert Wolleswinkel, ‘Een ridderlijke portretgalerij als opvolgingsreeks’, in: Virtus 18 (2011) 207-212.

 

Review: Jaap van Moolenbroek, J.A. (Hans) Mol, Jacob Loer (ed.), De abtenkroniek van Aduard. Studies, editie en vertaling (Hilversum, 2010). & Anne Doedens, Henk Looijesteijn (ed.), De kroniek van Henrica van Erp, abdis van Vrouwenklooster (Hilversum, 2010).

 

Review: C.B. Newham, Book of effigies: photographs of selected recumbent effigies in English parish churches (DAE Publishing, 2013), and C.B. Newham, Book of effigies II: photographs of selected recumbent effigies in English parish churches (DAE Publishing, 2014).

  • Ellie Pridgeon, ‘C.B. Newham, Book of effigies II: photographs of selected recumbent effigies in English parish churches (DAE Publishing, 2014) (…) C.B. Newham, Book of effigies II: photographs of selected recumbent effigies in English parish churches (DAE Publishing, 2014)’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 167.

 

Review: Jan van Oudheusden, Harry Tummers, eds., De grafzerken van de Sint-Jan te ‘s-Hertogenbosch (2010).

  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Jan van Oudheusden and Harry Tummers (eds.), De grafzerken van de Sint-Jan te ‘s-Hertogenbosch‘, in: MMR 8 (2011).

 

Reviews: Michael Penman (eds.), Monuments and Monumentality. Across medieval and early modern Europe (Donington, Shaun Tyas, 2013).

  • Nigel Llewellyn, ‘Michael Penman ed., Monuments and Monumentality across Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Donington: Shaun Tyas, 2013); xxii + 298 pp., numerous b/w and colour illus.’, in: Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society 19-2 (2015), 177-180.
  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Michael Penman (ed.), Monuments and monumentality across medieval and early modern Europe‘, in: MMR 12 (2013).

 

Review: Markus Sanke, Die Gräber geistlicher Eliten Europas von der Spätantike bis zur Neuzeit: Archäologische Studien zur materiellen Reflexion von Jenseitsvorstellungen und ihrem Wandel, 2 vols + CD-ROM (Bonn, Habelt, 2012), and Ulrike Wendland and Elisabeth Rüber-Schütte (eds), Die Merseburger Fürstengruft: Geschichte – Zeremoniell – Fürstengruft (Petersberg, Michael Imhof, 2013), and Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster, Aschendorff, 2013).

  • Joanna Olchawa, ‘Markus Sanke, Die Gräber geistlicher Eliten Europas von der Spätantike bis zur Neuzeit: Archäologische Studien zur materiellen Reflexion von Jenseitsvorstellungen und ihrem Wandel, 2 vols + CD-ROM (Bonn, Habelt, 2012), 1104 pp.; 219 colour and 431 b/w illus. (…) Ulrike Wendland and Elisabeth Rüber-Schütte (eds), Die Merseburger Fürstengruft: Geschichte – Zeremoniell – Fürstengruft (Petersberg, Michael Imhof, 2013), 608 pp., 434 colour illus. (…) Rainer Berndt (ed.), Wider das Vergessen und für das Seelenheil: Memoria und Totengedenken im Mittelalter (Münster, Aschendorff, 2013), 384 pp., 32 colour plates.’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 189-91.

 

Review: Cinzia M. Sicca and Louis A. Waldman (eds), The Anglo-Florentine Renaissance: art for the early Tudors (New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 2012).

  • Angela Smith, ‘Cinzia M. Sicca and Louis A. Waldman (eds), The Anglo-Florentine Renaissance: art for the early Tudors (New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 2012), 414 pp., 147 colour and b/w illus.’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 169-70.

 

Review: Charlotte A. Stanford, Commemorating the Dead in Late Medieval Strasbourg. The Cathedral’s Book of Donors and Its Use (1320-1521) (Abingdon, 2011).

  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Charlotte A. Stanford, Commemorating the dead in late medieval Strasbourg. The Cathedral’s Book of Donors and its use (1320-1521)‘, in: MMR 12 (2013).

 

Review: Nicholas Stanley-Price, The Non-Catholic cemetery in Rome: its history, its people, and its survival for 300 years (Rome, The Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome, 2014).

  • James Stevens Curl, ‘Nicholas Stanley-Price, The Non-Catholic cemetery in Rome: its history, its people, and its survival for 300 years (Rome, The Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome, 2014), 156 pp., 5 maps and 85 colour and b/w illus.’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 182-3.

 

Review: Sarah Tarlow and Liv Nilsson Stutz (eds), The Oxford handbook of the archaeology of death and burial (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2013).

  • Norman Hammond, ‘Sarah Tarlow and Liv Nilsson Stutz (eds), The Oxford handbook of the archaeology of death and burial (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2013), 849 pp., 115 line & black and white figures.’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 191-2.

 

Review: Elizabeth C. Tingle, Purgatory and piety in Brittany 1480-1720 (Farnham, Ashgate, 2012).

  • Sophie Oosterwijk, ‘Elizabeth C. Tingle, Purgatory and piety in Brittany 1480-1720 (Farnham, Ashgate, 2012), xvi + 308 pp., 9 figures and diagrams and 6 tables.’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 171-2.

 

Review: Adrian J. Webb (ed.), Ancient church fonts of Somerset surveyed and drawn by Harvey Pridham (Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society, 2013).

  • Sally Badham, ‘Adrian J. Webb (ed.), Ancient church fonts of Somerset surveyed and drawn by Harvey Pridham (Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society, 2013), xl + 192 pp., many colour and b/w illus.’, in: Church Monuments 29 (2014), 166-7.

 

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Forthcoming

  • Kees Kuiken, Rural salvation markets. Medieval memoria in Dutch village parishes.

 

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