Islands in a global context
Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Insular Art
Conor Newman, Mags Mannion & Fiona Gavin, editors
Essays from thirty leading experts on Insular art c.AD400–1500, across all media, including stone, vellum, cloth, metal and glass. Along with a focus on art of the Insular world of Britain and Ireland, the book also considers the contemporary European and Mediterranean background and context of Insular art, under the headings of motif, theme, symbol, transmission, translation and scholarship, offering new perspectives on familiar objects and introducing new finds. This lavishly illustrated book is a must for all serious students of Insular art.
Contributors: Dominique Barbet-Massin (Municipal Library, Grenoble), Meg Boulton (U York), Michael Clarke (NUI Galway), Peter Darby (U Nottingham), Eleonora Destefanis (U del Piemonte Orientale), Carol Farr (ind.), Anna Gannon (U Cambridge), Fiona Gavin (NUI Galway), Tasha Gefreh (Edinburgh College of Art), Samuel Gerace (U Edinburgh), Jennifer Gleeson (TCD), Jane Hawkes (U York), Melissa Herman (U York), Hayley Humphrey (NUI Galway), Michael King (Down County Museum), Donncha MacGabhann (U London), Mags Mannion (NUI Galway), Bernard Meehan (TCD Library), Griffin Murray (UCC), Máirín Ní Dhonnchadha (NUI Galway), Carol Neuman de Vegvar (Ohio Wesleyan U), Conor Newman (NUI Galway), Roger Stalley (TCD), Robert Stevik (U Washington), Heidi Stoner (U York), Colleen M. Thomas (TCD), Kees Veelenturf (Radboud U, Nijmegen), Stephen Walker (Walker Metalsmiths), Niamh Whitfield (ind.), Victoria Whitworth (U of the Highlands & Islands, Orkney), Susan Youngs (ind.).
Conor Newman, Mags Mannion and Fiona Gavin all teach at NUI Galway.