Judaism and Christian Art: Aethetic Anxieities from the Catacombs to Colonialism.

Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011. Softbound. Royal octavo, glossy paper covers, xii, 443 pp., b/w illustrations, index. Very Good. Item #89327
ISBN: 9780812222531

Introductionby Nirenberg. Articles are "'Pharaoh's Army Got Drownded": Some Reflectionson Jewish and Roman Genealogies in Early Christian Art," Jas Elsner, "Unfeigned Witness: Jews, Matter, and Vision in Twelfth-Century Christian Art," Sara Lipton, "Shaded with Dust: Jewish Eyes on Christian Art," Herbert L. Kessler, "Juden sacer: Life, Law, and Identity in the "State of Exception" Called "Marian Miracle," Francisco Prado-Vilar, "Abraham Circumcises Himself: A Scene at the Endgame of Jewish Utility to Christian Art," Marcia Kupfer, "Frau Venus, the eucharist, and the Jews of Landshut," Achim Timmermann, "Jewish Carnality, Christian Guilt, and Eucharistic Peril in the rotterdam-Berlin Altarpiece of the Holy Sacrament," Mitchell B. Merback, "The Ghetto and the Gaze in Early Modern Venice," Dana E. Katz, "Through a Glass Darkly: Paths to Salvation in Spanish Painting at the Outset of the Inquisition," Felipe Perada, "Renaissance Naturalism andthe Jewish Bible: Ferrara, Brescia, Bergamo, 1520-1540," Stephen J. Campbell, "Poussin's Useless Treasures," Richard Neer, "Eugene Delacroix's Jewish Wedding and the Medium of Painting," Ralph Ebl, "The Judaism of Christian Art," David Nirenberg.

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