Vol 9, No 1 (2020)

War and Otherness

War and Otherness. Images of the enemy in the visual culture from the Middle Ages to nowadays

Ed. Borja Franco, guest editor.

Table of Contents

EDITORIAL

War and Otherness. Images of the Enemy in the Visual Culture, from the Middle Ages to Nowadays: an Introduction PDF (Español)
Borja Franco Llopis 1-8

MONOGRAPHIC

Speakable Wounds: notes on a miniature of the Huelgas Beatus PDF (Español)
Abel Lorenzo Rodríguez 9-34
Mōko shūrai ekotoba (“Illustrated Account of the Mongol invasions”): a case study of encounter with the Other in Japan PDF
Giuseppina Aurora Testa 35-57
Space, Alterity, Identity, and Violence: The Horizontal and the Vertical in Views of the Turkish Enemy during the Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Century PDF
José María Perceval 59-74
The influence of the sacred texts on the visual configuration of the warrior saints PDF (Español)
Enric Olivares Torres 75-103
Apocalypse in Vienna. Biblical visions about the Ottoman siege of the Danube capital (1529) PDF (Español)
Antonio Gozalbo Nadal 105-131
The perpetuation of an ephemeral victory: the mural paintings of the Battle of Tunisia in Marmirolo, Anguillara Sabazia and Grenade PDF (Español)
Nuria Martínez Jiménez 133-159
Portraits of allies and enemies in the dynastic galleries of Queen Mary of Hungary PDF (Español)
Cruz María Martínez Marín 161-181
Defeated and infidel. Two approaches to the representation of the Muslim in the Viceroyalty of Peru PDF (Español)
Lucila Iglesias 183-208
Saints and heretics, the fight against the infidel in the religious festivals of the Kingdom of Toledo between 1565 and 1622 PDF (Español)
Ángela Sanz Baso 209-226
The Dutch enemy, Count Duke of Olivares and the service of the vassals in the recovery of Bahia of Brazil PDF (Español)
Manuel Rivero Rodríguez 227-254
Weaving the memory of the other: The conquest of Oran’s cartoons, in 1732, and the (anti)Islamic imagery in the context of the Spanish campaigns in Algeria PDF (Español)
Iván Rega Castro 255-280
The hydra of anarchy and the Brazilian Empire: images of tyranny and freedom PDF (Español)
Alberto Martín Chillón 281-311
Metropolitan Representations of the Colonised Other(s) in the Photographs of the 1907 Campaign of the Cuamato in the South of Angola PDF (Español)
Hugo Silveira Pereira 313-339
Depiction of the Enemy in Croatia During World War I PDF
Marko Vukičević 341-361
“The Enemy is at Home”: The Representation of the Fifth Column during the Spanish Civil War in Nuestra Bandera Communist Newspaper PDF (Español)
Pablo Sánchez Izquierdo 363-394
Recovering the Palestinian History of Dispossession through Graphics in Leila Abdelrazaq’s Baddawi PDF
Arya Priyadarshini, Suman Sigroha 395-418

MISCELLANY

Iconographic similarities between Permian “goddess plaques” (Ural region, 7–8th centuries CE) and Horus cippi (Egypt, 8th century BCE – 2nd century CE) PDF
Lloyd D. Graham 419-451
‘The White Bones Were Collected and Inserted in a Golden Urn’ (Il. 24,793). Notes on Symbology of the Cinerary in the Ancient World PDF (Español)
Giuseppe Lepore 453-484
A project by Andrea Lilio for the church of San Francesco a Ripa in Rome PDF (Español)
Fabio Marcelli 485-498
Painted landscapes. Territory, roads and settlements of Apulia et Calabria on the Tabula Peutingeriana PDF (Español)
Luciano Piepoli 499-526
Influences of pagan iconographic types on Andalusian plastic works of the early Modern Age PDF (Español)
Jesús Porres Benavides 527-550
Under His Majesty’s Protection: Orientational Metaphors in Neo-Assyrian Texts and Images PDF
Ludovico Portuese 551-569
The Titan Atlas: Prototypes for the Configuration of its Iconography in the Figurative Arts of Classical Antiquity PDF (Español)
Ana Valtierra 571-591
Et palmae arbor valida. Some observations about the iconography of the palm tree in roman Nilotic painting PDF (Español)
Eleonora Voltan, Ana Valtierra 593-613

REVIEWS AND CHRONICLES

Armstrong, Simon. Street Art. Barcelona: Blume, 2020 PDF (Español)
Aarón Moreno Cruz 615-616
Castelfranchi, Liana. Lo splendore nascosto del Medioevo: Arti minori V-XIV secolo. Milán: Jaca Book, 2020 PDF (Español)
Agnese Giannini 617-618
Dell’Acqua, Francesca y Ernesto Sergio Mainoldi, eds. Pseudo-Dionysius and Christian Visual Culture, c. 500-900. Cardiff: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020 PDF (Español)
Sofía Gómez Robisco 619-620
Franco Llopis, Borja y Francisco J. Moreno Díaz del Campo. Pintando al converso. La imagen del morisco en la península ibérica (1492-1617). Madrid: Cátedra, 2019 PDF (Español)
Abel Lorenzo-Rodríguez 621-623
García Mahíques, Rafael, dir. Los tipos iconográficos de la tradición cristiana V. Los Demonios I. El Diablo y la acción maléfica. Madrid: Encuentro, 2019 PDF (Español)
María Montesinos Castañeda 625-627
Gómez de Liaño, Ignacio. Athanasius Kircher. Itinerario del éxtasis o las imágenes de un saber universal. Madrid: Siruela, 2019 PDF (Español)
Darío Agramonte 629-632
Herrero Ferrio, Dolores. La gárgola y su iconografía. Barcelona: Universo de Letras, 2019 PDF (Español)
Irene González Hernando 633-634
Lack, Jessica. Arte Global. Barcelona: Blume, 2020 PDF (Español)
Aitor Merino Martínez 635-637
Mancho, Carles, ed. El Bordat de la Creació de la catedral de Girona. Barcelona: Publicacions i Edicions de la Universitat de Barcelona, 2018 PDF (Español)
David Bueso Peral 639-641
Mitchell, William John Thomas. La ciencia de la imagen. Iconología, cultura visual y estética de los medios. Madrid: Akal, 2019 PDF (Español)
Ángel Pazos-López 643-645
Ollé, Manel y Juan-Pau Rubiés, eds. El Códice Boxer. Etnografía colonial e hibridismo cultural en las islas Filipinas. Barcelona: Universitat de Barcelona, 2020 PDF (Español)
Rubén De Diego Pérez 647-650
Wood, Christopher S. A History of Art History. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2019 PDF (Español)
Sergio Meijide Casas 651-654


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