Item Number: 110716
Title: Woman as Subject and Object
Author: Sande, Siri ; Turid Karlsen Seim (eds)
Price: Not Available
Description: Roma: Scienze e Lettere, Institutum Romanum Norvegiae, 2010. 26cm., pbk., 274pp. prof. illus. Contents: Eve D'Ambra "Child's Play: Beauty for Roman Girls," Rachel Meyers "Representations of the Antonine Empresses on the Nymphaeum at Olympia," Siri Sande "The Female Hunter and other Examples of Change of Sex and Gender Context on Roman Sarcophagi," Bente Killerich "The Mosaic of the Female Musicians from Mariamin, Syria," Vassililki Dimitropoulou "Imperial Female Patronage in the Komnenian Era," Ragnhild Bo "Gender in Books of Hours, State of Research and Some New Questions," Paola Tinagli "Donne Splendide: some Thoughts on Women's Acquisition of Useful and Ornamental Objects in the Renaissance," Katherine McIver "Women of Power. What Women say as Builders of Secular Architecture in Early Modern Italy," Joyce de Vries "A Princely Lifestyle on a Limited Budget: Caterina Sforza's Patronage as regent of Imola and Forli," Frida Forsgren "Clay Varietas. Mazzoni's Society of Women," Kristine Kolrud "Contradictory Representations: Warrior Women in Seventeenth- century Painting," Mary Rogers "Becoming Articulate: Women writing on the Visual Arts in Renaissance Italy". (Institutum Romanum Norvegiae, Acta ad Archaeologiam et Artium Historiam Pertinentia, n.s. 8)
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