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All of the mendicant orders used and encouraged the use of art for teaching, and the influence of this impetus on late medieval and early Renaissance style and content, especially in Italy, remains a matter of active debate.
In Empire of Magic, Geraldine Heng rethinks the origin of the medieval romance, connecting it to "projects of imperialism, nation-building, racial and religious purification, and protocapitalist economics"; and in Lacan's Medievalism, Erin Felicia Labbie demonstrates conceptual affinities between medieval scholasticism and post-structural psychoanalytical theory, affinities no longer in evidence in Reformation theology, so that, interestingly, it seems possible to use Lacanian theory to address an important conceptual shift in early Renaissance theological discourse.
Designed in late gothic and early Renaissance style by renowned architectural firm Willauercar, Shape & Bready, the property was once the tallest structure in Midtown Manhattan.
This is a short report on teaching a course on late medieval and early renaissance art in Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, in the summer of 2004.
Early Renaissance Invective and the Controversies of Antonia da Rho David Rutherford Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies Arizona State University, PO Box 874402, Tempe, AZ 85287-4402 0866983457 $48.
During the early Renaissance, clothing and other possessions of plague victims were often burned.
NEW YORK CITY -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art has made its largest-ever art purchase: $45 million for Madonna and Child by the early Renaissance painter Duccio de Buoninsegna.
The Black Death Transformed: Disease and Culture in Early Renaissance Europe.
Running through our section on Europe is an annotated survey of a few European artists, from Albrecht Durer in the early Renaissance to Dadaist Max Ernst.
Western science, religion, art and architecture of the Late Middle Ages and Early Renaissance were motivated by the attempt to find, and then represent, the underlying truths of zero nature--or the abstract laws.
The panels--which begin with The Newborn Hoka-Neni, Keenly Observed by Her Ancestors and conclude with Hoka- Neni's Unexpected Comeback--are designed to be read as a continuous symbolic narrative, similar to the great cycles of early Renaissance art.
The work's quality, however, takes its form in its thematic cohesion, as it astutely presents a very scholarly and relevant view of violence in some of the late-medieval and early Renaissance drama.

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