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Emblematica

An Interdisciplinary Journal
for Emblem Studies

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Volume 1 (1986)

No. 1 (Spring)

Preface
John Manning, “Continental Emblem Books in Sixteenth-Century England: The Evidence of Sloane MS. 3794”
Michael Bath, “Weeping Stags and Melancholy Lovers: The Iconography of As You Like It, II, i”
Mason Tung, “From Natural History to Emblem: A Study of Peacham’s Use of Camerarius’s Symbola et Emblemata

Documentation
Daniel Russell, “Two Seventeenth-Century French Treatises on the Art of the Device”

Bibliography
Alan R. Young, “Facsimiles, Microform Reproductions, and Modern Editions of Emblem Books”

Review and Criticism
“Directions in Emblem Research—Past and Present” by Peter M. Daly
M. T. Jones-Davies, ed., Emblèmes et devises au temps de la Renaissance, reviewed by Barbara C. Bowen
F. W. G. Leeman, Alciatus’ Emblemata. Denkbeelden en voorbeelden, reviewed by Bernhard F. Scholz
Karel Porteman, ed., Emblemata amatoria, by P. C. Hooft, et al., reviewed by Lia van Gemert

Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
William S. Heckscher and Agnes B. Sherman, “The Emblem Project at the Princeton University Library”
Thomas McGeary and N. Frederick Nash, “The Emblem Book Cataloguing Project at the University of Illinois”
G. Richard Dimler, S.J., “The Jesuit Emblem Handbook: A Report”
Peter M. Daly and Alan R. Young, “The German Diary of Johann Georg Dehn-Rotfelser (1611): A Unique Source of Information on English Impresas”
John Manning, “Alciati and Philostratus’s Icones

No. 2 (Fall)

Bernhard F. Scholz, “‘Libellum composui epigrammaton cui titulum feci Emblemata’: Alciatus's Use of the Expression Emblema Once Again”
Daniel Russell, “Emblems and Hieroglyphics: Some Observations on the Beginnings and Nature of Emblematic Forms”
Jerome Schwartz, “Some Emblematic Marriage Topoi in the French Renaissance”
Victor Skretkowicz, “Devices and Their Narrative Function in Sidney’s Arcadia
Leslie T. Duer, “The Painter and the Poet: Visual Design in The Duchess of Malfi

Documentation
Mason Tung, “A Concordance to the Fifteen Principal Editions of Alciati”
Pedro F. Campa, “Henry Green’s Notes Towards a Catalogue of Emblem Books”
Mason Tung, “A List of Flora and Fauna in Peacham’s Minerva Britanna and Alciati’s Emblemata Together with Possible Models in Contemporary Illustrations

Review and Criticism
Peter M. Daly et al., eds., Andreas Alciatus, Vol. I: The Latin Emblems. Vol. II: Emblems in Translation, reviewed by Karl Josef Höltgen
Santiago Sebastián Lopez, ed., Alciato: Emblemas, reviewed by John F. Moffitt
Daniel S. Russell, The Emblem and Device in France, reviewed by K. Lloyd-Jones
Karl Josef Höltgen, Aspects of the Emblem: Studies in the English Emblem Tradition and the European Context, reviewed by Michael Bath


Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Recent Conferences

Index


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Volume 2 (1987)

No. 1 (Spring)

Klaus Conermann, “Luther’s Rose: Observations on a Device in the Context of Reformation Art and Theology”
Mary V. Silcox, “The Translation of La Perrière’s Le Theatre des bons engins into Combe’s The Theater of Fine Devices
Catharine Randall Coats, “Reading Emblematically: Text, Tapestry and Transcendence in d’Aubigne’s Avantures du Baron de Fæneste
Judith Dundas “Arachne’s Web: Emblem into Art”

Bibliography
G. Richard Dimler, S.J., “Short Title Listing of Jesuit Emblem Books”

Review and Criticism
Egon Verheyen, ed., Art and Literature. Studies in Relationship, by William S. Heckscher, reviewed by Klaus Haberkamm
Johannes Kohler, Der “Emblematum liber” von Andreas Alciatus (1492–1550). Eine Untersuchung zur Entstehung, Formung antiker Quellen und pädagogischer Wirkung im 16. Jahrhundert, reviewed by Konrad Hoffmann
Huston Diehl, An lndex of Icons in English Emblem Books 1500–1700, reviewed by Alan R.Young
Roy Strong, Henry, Prince of Wales and England's Lost Renaissance, reviewed by Karl Josef Höltgen


Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Karl Josef Höltgen, “Lord Compton's Tournament Device of 1610”

No. 2 (Fall)

Denis Drysdall, “The Hieroglyphs at Bologna”
Jean Michel Massing, “A New Work by François Du Moulin and the Problem of Pre-Emblematic Traditions”
Irene Bergal, “Discursive Strategies in Early French Emblem Books”
Jerome Schwartz, “Emblematic Theory and Practice: The Case of the Sixteenth-Century French Emblem Book”
Judi Loach, “Menestrier’s Emblem Theory”
Wendy R. Katz, “‘Mark, Printed on the Opposing Page’: Robert Louis Stevenson’s Moral Emblems

Bibliography
Thomas McGeary, “Manuscript Emblem Books at the University of Illinois”

Review and Criticism
John F. Leisher, Geoffrey Whitney’s A Choice of Emblemes and its Relation to the Emblematic Vogue in Tudor England, reviewed by Mary V. Silcox

Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Stephen Rawles, “The Earliest Editions of Guillaume de La Perrière’s Theatre des bons engins
Michael Bath, “Two English-owned Alciato Editions in Glasgow University Library”

Conference Reports

Notices

Index


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Volume 3 (1988)

No. 1 (Spring)

Elizabeth Burin, “Pierre Sala’s Pre-Emblematic Manuscripts”
Stephen Rawles, “Corrozet’s Hecatomgraphie: where did the woodcuts come from and where did they go?”
Alan R. Young, “The Emblematic Decoration of Queen Elizabeth I’s Warship the White Bear
Mason Tung, “From Impresa to Emblem: Peacham’s Use of Typotius’s Symbola and Other Impresa Collections in Minerva Britanna
Marc Van Vaeck, “Adriaen van de Venne and his Use of Homonymy as a Device in the Emblematical Process of a Bimedial Genre”
Peter M. Daly, “The Union Catalogue of Emblem Books and the Corpus Librorum Emblematum

Documentation
Denis L. Drysdall, “Defence and Illustration of the German Language: Wolfgang Hunger’s Preface to Alciati’s Emblems (text and translation)”

Review and Criticism
An Exchange between Robert W. Parker and Victor Skretkowicz
Robert W. Parker, “Pamela’s Breasts and Related Problems: A Note on Sidney’s ‘Devices’”
Victor Skretkowicz, “Sir Philip Sidney and the Elizabethan Literary Device”
Ingrid HopeI, Emblem und Sinnbild. Vom Kunstbuch zum Erbauungsbuch, reviewed by Bernhard F. Scholz
Regine Reynolds-Cornell, Georgette de Montenay and the “Emblèmes ou Devises Chrestiennes,” reviewed by Kenneth Lloyd-Jones
Klaus Conermann, ed., Der Fruchtbringenden Gesellschaft geöffneter Erzschrein. Das Köthener Gesellschatfsbuch Fürst Ludwigs I. von Anhalt-Kothen 1617–1650, reviewed by Peter M. Daly


Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Sandra Sider, “BEMA: A Bibliography of Emblematic Manuscripts”

No. 2 (Fall)

Linda Freeman Bauer “Seventeenth-Century Naturalism and the Emblematic Interpretation of Paintings”
Constance J. Moffatt, “MERITO ET TEMPORE: The Imprese of Lodovico Sforza at Vigevano”
Madeline Lennon, “Cartari’s Imagini: Emblematic References in the Relationship of Text and Image”
Henri Dorra, “Nazarene Symbolism and the Emblem Books”
George Mauner, “The Eternal and the Transitory in Manet’s Emblematic Imagery”

Documentation
Alan R. Young, “Alciato, Paradin, and John Bossewell’s Workes of Armorie (1572)”

Review and Criticism
Peter M. Daly, ed., with Leslie Duer, Anthony Raspa, Paola Valeri-Tomaszuk, Rüdiger Meyer and Mary V. Silcox, The English Emblem Tradition: Index Emblematicus, Vol. 1: Jan van der Noot, Paolo Giovio, Lodovico Domenichi, Geffrey Whitney, reviewed by Michael Bath
Johannes Köhler, Angewandte Emblematik im Fliesensaal von Wrisbergholzen bei Hildesheim, reviewed by Bernhard F. Scholz


Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Recent Conferences

Index


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Volume 4 (1989)

No. 1 (Spring)

Preface
Virginia Woods Callahan, “Proto-Emblematica in Andrea Alciati’s Oration in Praise of Civil Law (Avignon 1520)”
Ken Fowler, “Social Content in Mathias Holtzwart’s Emblematum Tyrocinia
Marion Moamai, “Dame d’Honneur and Biedermann: The German Translation of Georgette de Montenay’s Emblemes, ov devises chrestiennes
John HordenThe Christian Pilgrim, 1652, and Francis Quarles’s Emblemes and Hieroglyphikes, 1643”

Bibliography
John Manning, “An Annotated Bibliography of Studies Wholly or Partly Concerned with Emblematic or Iconographical Approaches to the Work of Edmund Spenser”
Sandra Sider “Emblematic Manuscripts at The Hispanic Society of America”

Documentation
Mason Tung, “Towards a New Census of Alciati’s Editions: A Research Report that Solicits Help from the Scholarly Community and Curators of Rare Books & Special Collections”
Ayers Bagley, “English Dictionary Definitions of ‘Emblem’ and ‘Device’ from Elyot to Johnson”

Review and Criticism
Peter M. Daly, ed., The English Emblem and the Continental Tradition, reviewed by Jerome S. Dees
Alan R. Young, assisted by Beert Verstraete, The English Tournament Imprese, reviewed by C. E. McGee
John Landwehr, Emblem and Fable Books Printed in the Low Countries, 1542–1813, reviewed by Karel Porteman


Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Recent Conferences

No. 2 (Fall)

Denis L. Drysdall, “A Note on the Relationships of the Latin and Vernacular Translations of Horapollo from Fasanini to Caussin”
Karel Porteman, “The Early Reception of Alciato in the Netherlands”
Sandra Sider, “Transcendent Symbols for the Hapsburgs: Plus Ultra and the Columns of Hercules”
Karl Josef Höltgen, “Henry Vaughan’s Silex Scintillans: Emblematic Tradition and Meaning”

Documentation
Mason Tung, “A Serial List of Aesopic Fables in Alciati’s Emblemata, Whitney’s A Choice of Emblemes, and Peacham’s Minerva Britanna

Bibliography
Peter M. Daly and Mary V. Silcox, “A Short Title Listing of English Emblem Books and Emblematic Works Printed to 1900”

Review and Criticism
Denis L. Drysdall, “Epimetheus, an Alciati Companion”
Alison Saunders, The Sixteenth-Century French Emblem Book: A Decorative and Useful Genre, reviewed by Barbara C. Bowen
Gisèle Mathieu-Castellani, Emblèmes de la Mort. Le dialogue de l’image et du texte, reviewed by Daniel Russell
John Manning, ed., The Emblems of Thomas Palmer: Two Hundred Poosees. Sloane MS 3794, reviewed by Alastair Fowler
Karl Josef Höltgen, et al., eds., Word and Visual Imagination: Studies in the Interaction of English Literature and the Visual Arts, reviewed by Stephen Leo Carr


Index


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Volume 5 (1991)

No. 1 (Summer)

Preface
Wolfgang Harms, “The Authority of the Emblem”
Paul Peter Raasveld, “Musical Notation in Emblems”
Jerome Schwartz, “Emblematic Discourse and Counter-Discourse in Montaigne’s Essais
Paulette Choné, “L’Emblème comme théâtre de la finesse: Acteurs et personnages dans les deux recueils de Jacques Callot”
Laurent Bazin “Dialectique du Jet d’Eau: Peut-on lire Nadja de Breton comme un livre d'emblèmes?”

Documentation
Denis L. Drysdall, “Joannes Sambucus, ‘De Emblemate’ (text and translation)”
Daniel Russell, “More French Translations of Alciato’s Emblems”

Review and Criticism
Daniel Russell, “Directions in French Emblem Studies”
Charles Moseley, A Century of Emblems, reviewed by Peter M. Daly
Richard G. Barnes, trans. and ed., A Moral Fable-Talk, by Arthur Golding, reviewed by John Manning


Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Alison Adams, “Cupid and the Bees: A Translator’s View”
Denis L. Drysdall, “Addendum: The Devices of La Penitence Damour
Sandra Sider, “Emblematic Manuscripts in the National Library, Rio De Janeiro”

No. 2 (Winter)

Preface
Bernhard F. Scholz, “The 1531 Augsburg Edition of Alciato’s Emblemata: A Survey of Research”
Virginia W. Callahan, “An Interpretation of Four of Alciato’s Latin Emblems”
David Graham “Putting Old Wine in New Bottles: Emblem Books and Computer Technology”
Malcolm Jones, “The Hangman’s Stone and the Unwonted Fruit: Two Emblems of Folkloric Origin”
Lyndy Abraham, “‘The Lovers and the Tomb’: Alchemical Emblems in Shakespeare, Donne and Marvell”
Mara R. Wade, “Emblems of Peace in a Seventeenth-Century Danish Pageant”
Alan R. Young, “The English Civil War Flags: Emblematic Devices and Propaganda”
Daniel Russell, “Emblems in Nineteenth-Century France: The Examples of Sainte-Beuve, Baudelaire and Pontsevrez”

Documentation
Mason Tung, “Whitney’s Marginal References: Corrections and Addenda to the Index Emblematicus

Review and Criticism
Stanislas Klossowski de Rola, The Golden Game: Alchemical Engravings of the Seventeenth Century, reviewed by Michael Bath
Bernhard F. Scholz, Michael Bath, and David Weston, eds., The European Emblem: Selected Papers from the Glasgow Conference, 11–14 August, 1987, reviewed by Barbara C. Bowen
Alan Young, Tudor and Jacobean Tournaments, reviewed by Clifford Davidson


Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Queries
Recent Conferences
Notices

Index


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Volume 6 (1992)

No. 1 (Summer)

Laurence Grove, “Reading Scève’s Délie: The Case of the Emblematic Ivy”
Alan R. Young, “The Emblematic Art of Ben Jonson”
Bart Westerweel, “Emblematic and Non-Emblematic Aspects of English Renaissance Pattern Poetry”
Karel Porteman, “Cats’s Concept of the Emblem and the Role of Occasional Meditation”
Victor Dixon, “The Emblemas morales of Sebastián de Covarrubias and the Plays of Lope de Vega”

Documentation
Mason Tung, “A Reference Index to Peacham’s Manuscript Emblem Books and Minerva Britanna
John Manning, “An Unedited and Unpublished Manuscript Translation of Hermann Hugo’s Pia Desideria

Review and Criticism
Thomas Heffernan, Art and Emblem: Early Seventeenth-Century English Poetry of Devotion, reviewed by Michael Bath
Lester C. Olson, Emblems of American Community in the Revolutionary Era: A Study in Rhetorical Iconology, reviewed by Alan R. Young


Research Reports, Notes, Queries and Notices
John Manning, “An Unlisted and Unrecorded Sixteenth-Century French Emblem Book: Charles Jourdain’s Le Blason des Fleurs
Virginia Callahan, “A Comment on the 1531 Edition of Alciato’s Emblems”

No. 2 (Winter)

William S. Heckscher, “Andrea Alciati’s Laurel Tree and its Symbolic Traditions”
Virginia Woods Callahan, “Andrea Alciato’s Palm Tree Emblem—A Humanist Document”
Mark Thornton Burnett, “The ‘Trusty Servant’: A Sixteenth-Century English Emblem”
Dietmar Peil, “Emblem Types in Gabriel Rollenhagen’s Nucleus Emblematum
G. Richard Dimler, S.J., “Jakob Masen’s Imago Figurata: From Theory to Practice”
Gillian Manning, “Hexastichon Hieron: A Hitherto Unrecorded English Emblem Book of the Restoration Period”

Documentation
John Manning, “An Unedited and Unpublished Manuscript Translation of Les Emblemes D’Othon Vænius
Wendy R. Katz, “The Emblem Collection of William Bragge”

Review and Criticism
José Manuel Díaz de Bustamente, Instrumentum Emblematicum, reviewed by Johannes Köhler
Pedro F. Campa, Emblemata Hispanica. An Annotated Bibliography of Spanish Emblem Literature to the Year 1700, reviewed by Santiago Sebastián
Peter M. Daly and Mary V. Silcox, The English Emblem: Bibliography of Secondary Literature, and, The Modern Critical Reception of the English Emblem, reviewed by Lucy Gent
Wolfgang Harms and Ulla-Britta Kuechen, eds., Symbola et emblemata, by Joachim Camerarius, reviewed by Peter M. Daly
Santiago Sebastián, Alquimia y Emblemátitica. La Fuga de Atalanta de Michael Maier, reviewed by Paul P. Raasveld


Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Alison Adams, “The Woodcuts of Alciati’s Death Emblems”

Recent Conferences

Index


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Volume 7 (1993)

No. 1 (Summer)

David Graham, “‘Voiez icy en ceste histoire . . . ’: Cross-Reference, Self-Reference and Frame-Breaking in Some French Emblems”
Marc Van Vaeck, “Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Dutch ‘Emblematic’ Fable Books from the Gheeraerts Filiation”
Ayers Bagley, “Some Pedagogical Uses of the Emblem in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England”
Judith Dundas, “Ben Jonson and Van Dyck: A Study in Allegorical Portraiture”
Jane Farnsworth, “Robert Farley’s Kalendarium Humanae Vitae: A Study in Emblematic Strategies”
Laurence Grove, “Discours sur l’ Art des Devises: An Edition of a Previously Unidentified and Unpublished Text by Charles Perrault”
Wendy R. Katz, “John Aiken’s ‘On Emblems’: The Source of an Emblematic Dialogue”

Review and Criticism
Pedro F. Campa, Emblemata Hispanica. An Annotated Bibliography of Spanish Emblem Literature to the Year 1700, reviewed by John T. Cull
Peggy Muñoz Simonds, Myth, Emblem, and Music in Shakespeare’s Cymbeline: An Iconographic Reconstruction, reviewed by Marianne Novy
Jean-Marc Chatelain, Livres d’emblèmes et de devises: une anthologie (1531–1735), reviewed by Laurence Grove
Gabriele Dorothea Rödter, Via piae animae. Grundlagenuntersuchung zur emblematischen Verknüpfung von Bild und Wort in den “Pia desideria” (1624) des Herman Hugo S.J. (1588–1629), reviewed by G. Richard Dimler, S.J.


Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
John Manning, “An Unedited and Unpublished Sixteenth-Century English Translation of Some Alciato Emblems: British Library Additional MS. 61822”
Alan R. Young, “Wither’s Second Emblem Book: Divine Poems
Michael Bath, “Joseph Thomas and John Thurston’s Religious Emblems (1809)”

No. 2 (Winter)

Stephen Rawles, “The Full Truth about Daedalus: Denis de Harsy’s Introduction of Emblem Books to the Lyons Market”
Linda Freeman Bauer, “Further Reflections on an Emblematic Interpretation of Caravaggio’s Early Works”
Alison Saunders, “When Is It a Device and When Is It an Emblem: Theory and Practice (but Mainly the Latter) in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century France”
Michael Bath, “Applied Emblematics in Scotland: Painted Ceilings, 1550–1650”
Sandra Sider, “An Emblematic Portrait Gallery for Ana of Austria”
Ayers Bagley, “Childhood Education in Emblem Books of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries”

Review and Criticism
Peter M. Daly, “Scolar Press Facsimile Series of ‘Emblem Books’”:
   Geffrey Whitney, A Choice of Emblemes;
   George Wither, A Collection of Emblemes;
   Thomas Combe, Theater of Fine Devices;
   Claude Paradin, Devises heroiques;
   Guillaume de La Perriere, Le Theatre des bons engins with La Morosophie;
   Henry Hawkins, Partheneia Sacra
John Manning, ed., Symbolicae philosophiae liber quartus et ultimus, by Abraham Fraunce, trans. by Estelle Haan, reviewed by Denis Drysdall


Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Hessel Miedema, “Alciati’s Emblema Once Again”
Alison Admas, “From Print to Manuscript: The Use of Alciato in Stirling Maxwell Manuscript SMM5”
Betty I. Knott, “An Emendation in Alciato Emblem 111”
Paul P. Raasveld, “Echoes of Andrea Alciato’s ‘Foedera’ in the Musical Theory of His Contemporary Gioseffo Zarlino”

Index


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Volume 8 (1994)

No. 1 (Summer)

Nathaniel Wallace, “Architextual Poetics: The Hypnerotomachia and the Rise of the European Emblem”
Mason Tung, “More on the Woodcuts of Alciato’s Death Emblems”
Alison Adams, “Textual Development in Corrozet’s Hecatomgraphie
Michael J. Giordano “Maurice Scève’s Délie: The Imprese, Mythological Periphrasis, and the Style of the Individual Dizain”
Kenneth Borris and M. Morgan Holmes, “Whitney’s Choice of Emblemes: Anglo-Dutch Politics and the Order of Ideal Repatriation”
Werner Vogler, “Emblematics and Theology: The Function of the Emblem in Coelestine Sfondrati’s Innocentia Vindicata

Documentation
Peter M. Daly, “The Bibliographic Basis for Emblem Studies”

Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Ruth Samson Luborsky, “Further Evidence for the 1593 Edition of Combe’s Emblems: The Title Page of Robert Greene’s Arbasto
Dan Lettieri, “‘Guess at the Rest you find out more:’ Hogarth’s Emblematical Print of the South Sea Scheme”
Eirwen E. C. Nicholson, “C. E. de Coetlogon and Augustus Toplady: A Case of Mistaken Identity”

No. 2 (Winter)

Karel Porteman, “The Dutch Emblem: An Introduction”
Werner Waterschoot, “Emblematica in Jan van der Noot’s Poeticshe Waken
Paul J. Smith, “Les fables emblématiques d’Etienne Perret (1578)”
Karel Porteman, “The Emblem as ‘Genus Jocosum’: Theory and Praxis (Jacob Cats and Roemer Visscher)”
Marc Van Vaeck, “The Openhertighe Herten in Europe: Remarkable Specimens of Heart Emblematics”
E. K. GrootesPicturæ in Words: The Moralia of Joannes Barbonius (1646)”
Hans Storme, “Spiritual New Year’s Gifts: Symbolic Presents and Moral Teaching in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Sermons for New Year's Day”
Paul P. Raasveld, “The Visualization of Imagined Music and Metaphors of Sound in Dutch Books of Religious Emblems”

Documentation
Denis L. Drysdall, “Budé on ‘symbolē, symbolon’ (text and translation)”

Review and Criticism
James Tanis and Daniel Horst, De Tweedracht Verbeeld. Images of Discord. A Graphic Interpretation of the Opening Decades of the Eight Years’ War, reviewed by Daniel Russell

Notes, Queries, and Notices
Michael Bath, “Emblems from Alciato in Jacobean Trencher Decorations”
Roger T. Simonds†, “The Romantic Philosophers’ Rejection of Emblems”

Index


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Volume 9 (1995)

No. 1 (Summer)

Lynette C. Black, “Popular Devotional Emblematics: A Comparison of Sucquet’s Le Chemin de la Vie Eternele and Hugo’s Les Pieux Desirs
Katarzyna Cieslak, “Emblematic Programs in Seventeenth-Century Gdansk Churches in the Light of Contemporary Protestantism: An Essay and Documentation”
Mara R. Wade, “Emblems and German Protestant Court Culture: Duchess Marie Elisabeth’s Ballet in Gottorf (1650)”
Amy Wygant “Corneille, Rubens, and the Heroic Emblem”
Judi D. Loach, “Jesuit Emblematics and the Opening of the School Year at the Collège Louis-le-Grand”
Mary Lou McKenna, “‘Masks of words and painted plots’: Swinburne and Nineteenth-Century Emblematics”

Review and Criticism
Hugh Buchanan and Peter Davidson, The Eloquence of Shadows: A Book of Emblems: Emblemata Nova, reviewed by Alastair Fowler
Reinventing the Emblem. Contemporary Artists Recreate a Renaissance Idea, an exhibition curated by Alison B. Leader, reviewed by Daniel Russell


Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Stephen Rawles, “An Unrecorded Edition of Jean Lefevre’s Translation of Alciato, with New Translations of Emblems from the ‘Venice’ Collection”
Mary V. Silcox, “Three (?) Editions of Combe’s Theater of Fine Devices
Karl Josef Höltgen, “Catholic Pictures versus Protestant Words? The Adaptation of the Jesuit Sources in Quarles’s Emblemes

No. 2 (Winter)

Preface
Virginia W. Callahan, “Erasmus’s Adages—A Pervasive Element in the Emblems of Alciato”
Peter M. Daly, “Alciato’s ‘Spes Proxima’ Emblem: General Allegory or Local Specificity?”
Denis L. Drysdall, “A Lawyer’s Language Theory: Alciato’s De verborum significatione
Karl A. E. Enenkel, “Alciato’s Ideas on the Religious: The Letter to Bernardus Mattius”
Monika Grünberg-Dröge, “The De singulari certamine liber in the Context of its Time”
Johannes Kohler, “Alciato’s Shadow: Aurelio Albucio”
Jean-Claude Margolin, “Alciato, A Champion of Humanism in the Eyes of Erasmus”

Documentation
Denis L. Drysdall, “Self-Analysis and Self-Awareness for Students: Alciato’s Application of an Emblem”

Review and Criticism
Michael Bath, Speaking Pictures; English Emblem Books and Renaissance Culture, reviewed by Robert Cummings
Daniel Russell, Emblematic Structures in Renaissance French Culture, reviewed by François Rigolot


Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Betty I. Knott, “Nothing to Do With Cupid? A Discussion of Alciato’s Emblem 112”
Stephen Rawles, “An Unrecorded Edition of Alciato, and its Source”

Recent Conferences

Index


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Volume 10 (1996)

No. 1 (Summer)

Piotr Rypson, “Visual? Emblematic? Poetry?”
David Graham, “Heroes, Maidens, Monsters: Dynamics of Male-Female Relationships in Sixteenth-Century French Emblem Books”
Sabine Mödersheim, “Christo et Rei publicae. Martin Marstaller’s Emblematum Liber Philippi II (Stettin, 1609): An Unknown Calligraphic Emblem Book Manuscript and its Context”
Jane Farnsworth, “‘The springing hopes of Armes and Arts’: Imprese in The King and Queenes Entertainement at Richmond
Anne-Elisabeth Spica, “The Prince’s Mirror: Politics and Symbolism in Diego de Saavedra Fajardo’s Idea de un Principe politico cristiano
Karl Josef Höltgen, “Religious Emblems (1809) by John Thurston and Joseph Thomas and its Links with Francis Quarles and William Blake”

Review and Criticism
Fernando R. de la Flor, Teatro de la memoria. Siete ensayos sabre mnemotecnia espanola de los siglos XVII y XVIII and Emblemas. Lecturas de la imagen symbolica, reviewed by Antonio Bernat Vistarini
Peggy Muñnoz Simonds, Iconographic Research in English Renaissance Literature: A Critical Guide, reviewed by Jerome S. Dees
Sabine Mödersheim, ‘Domini Doctrina Coronat’: Die geistliche Emblematik Daniel Cramers (1568–1637); Daniel Cramer, Emblemata Sacra, reviewed by Karl Josef Höltgen
Víctor Mínguez Cornelles, Los reyes distantes. Imágenes del poder en el México virreinal, reviewed by John T. Cull
Víctor Mínguez, Emblemática y cultura simbólica en la Valencia barroca, reviewed by John T. Cull


Notes, Queries and Notices
Mason Tung “A Note on the Additional Possible Borrowings from Paradin by Bossewell in The Workes of Armorie (1572)”
Ian MacInnes, “Leaena and Amoret”
Laurence F. R. Grove, “A Note on Use and Re-Use of Jesuit Devices in the Seventeenth Century”
Michael Bath and Malcolm Jones, “Emblems from Thomas Combe in Wall Paintings at Bury St. Edmunds”
Michael Bath and Malcolm Jones, “Emblems and Trencher Decorations: Further Examples”

No. 2 (Winter)

Charles W. M. Henebry, “Writing with Dumb Signs: Memory, Rhetoric, and Alciato’s Emblemata
Robert Cummings, “Alciato’s Emblemata as an Imaginary Museum”
Lubomír Konečný, “Omnia sponte fluant: J. A. Comenius, His ‘Pedagogical’ Impresa, and Rembrandt’s Landscape with Three Trees

Documentation
Mason Tung, “Joachim Camerarius’s Symbola et emblemata: A Study of the Impresa Connections”

Review and Criticism
Sagrario López Poza, “Spanish Emblem Studies: Status Quaestionis
Jean Michel Massing, Erasmian Wit and Proverbial Wisdom: An Illustrated Moral Compendium for François I, reviewed by Daniel Russell
Anne-Elisabeth Spica, Symbolique humaniste et emblématique: L’évolution des genres (1580–1700), reviewed by David Graham
John Mulryan, “Through a Glass Darkly”: Milton’s Reinvention of the Mythological Tradition, reviewed by Peter M. Daly
Rafael García Mahíques, Empresas Morales de Juan de Borja. Imagen y palabra para une iconología, reviewed by John T. Cull


Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Robert Cummings, “Alciato’s Emblem 41: ‘Unum nihil, duos plurimum posse’”
Penny Roberts and Peter Davidson, “Valois Monarchy and Visual Propaganda: A Suggested Reading of Giorgio Ghisi’s Dream of Raphael or Allegory of Life
Mason Tung, “Impresa or Emblem Book? A Note on the Confusion over Camerarius’s Symbola et emblemata


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Volume 11 (2001)

Preface
Monograph
Dorigen Caldwell, “Studies in Sixteenth-Century Italian Imprese
     Chap. 1: Introduction
     Chap. 2: Paolo Giovio and His Editors
     Chap. 3: Lodovico Dolce, Scipione Ammirato, and Girolamo Ruscelli’s Later Work
     Chap. 4: Imprese and the Academies
     Chap. 5: The Academia Degli Affidati of Pavia
     Chap. 6: The Sienese Academies
     Chap. 7: Later Developments in Theory
     Chap. 8: The Seventeenth Century and Emanuele Tesauro
     Chap. 9: Reflections and Conclusions on Imprese
     Bibliography
Articles Gábor Tüskés, “Imitation and Adaptation in Late Humanist Emblematic Poetry: Zsamboky (Sambucus) and Whitney”
Judith Dundas, “Spenser and the Emblem Books”

Bibliography
Pedro F. Campa, “Emblemata Hispanica: Addenda et Corrigenda”

Documentation
Denis L. Drysdall, “The Emblems in Two Unnoticed Items of Alciato’s Correspondence”
Michael Bath, “Some Early English Translations of Alciato: Edward Topsell’s Beastes and Serpents
James R. Tanis, “Arms of the States: A Political Emblem Book by John Warner Barber”

Review and Criticism
P. Van Huissteed and J. P. J. Brandhorst, Dutch Printer’s Devices. 15th–17th Century, reviewed by Peter M. Daly
Alan R. Young, Henry Peacham’s Manuscript Emblem Books, Index Emblematicus. The English Tradition, reviewed by Curtis Breight
Peter M. Daly and G. Richard Dimler, The Jesuit Series, Part 1 (A–D), reviewed by Stephen Rawles
Karel Porteman, Emblematic Exhibitions (affixiones) at the Brussels Jesuit College (1630–1685), reviewed by James R. Tanis
Megan Jenkinson, Under the Aegis. The Virtues, reviewed by Daniel Russell


Research Reports, Notes, Queries and Notices
Jean Michel Massing, “Proverbes en Rimes and Dictz moraulx pour faire tapisserie. New Material on Some Old Topics”

Index


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Volume 12 (2002), ISBN 978-0-404-64762-9

Body and Soul: Papers from the 26th Annual Conference of the Association of Art Historians
Preface
Alison Adams, “Introduction”
Donato Mansueto, “The Impossible Proportion: Body and Soul in Some Theories of the Impresa”
Judi Loach, “Body and Soul: A Transfer of Theological Terminology into the Aesthetic Realm”
Elena de Luca, “Silent Meanings: Emblems, Lay Culture, and Political Awareness in Sixteenth-Century Bologna”
Margit Thøfner, “‘Let your desire be to see God’: Teresian Mysticism and Otto van Veen’s Amoris Divini Emblemata
Susan Sirc, “Body and Soul: Caspar David Friedrich’s Kreidefelsen auf Rügen (ca. 1818), and Baroque Emblems as Models for a Programmatic Polyvalent Romantic ‘Marriage’ Emblem”

Articles
Victoria Musvik, “Word and Image: Alciato’s Emblemata as Dietrich Georg Von Brandt’s Album Amicorum”
Bernard Teyssandier, La Doctrine des moeurs, un cas limite dans l’histoire de l’emblème?
Silke R. Falkner, “Hens and Snails: Emblematic Representations of Women in Johan Michael Dilherr’s Sermons on Matrimony”
Judi Loach, “Why Menestrier Wrote about Emblems, and What Audience(s) He Had in Mind”
Marc Van Vaeck, “Printed Emblem Picturæ in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Leuven University College Notes”

Bibliography
Peter M. Daly and Mary Silcox, “Addenda to The English Emblem: Bibliography of Secondary Literature. Munich, London, New York: K. G. Saur, 1990”

Review and Criticism
Peter M. Daly and G. Richard Dimler, S.J., “The New Edition of Hugo’s Pia Desideria in Polish and Recent Hugo Schholarship”
Peter M. Daly and G. Richard Dimler, S.J., Corpus Librorum Emblematum. The Jesuit Series. Part Two, reviewed by Mara Wade
Peter M. Daly and John Manning, eds., Aspects of Renaissance and Baroque Symbol Theory, 1500–1700; and Michael Bath and Daniel Russell, eds., Deviceful Settings: The English Renaissance Emblem and its Contexts, reviewed by Peter Davidson
Imago Figurata Editions, volumes 1–3, reviewed by Michael Bath
Glasgow Emblem Studies, volumes I–V, reviewed by Alastair Fowler
Alison Adams, Stephen Rawles, and Alison Saunders, A Bibliography of French Emblem Books of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries; and Laurence Grove and Daniel Russell, The French Emblem: A Bibliography of Secondary Sources, reviewed by David Graham
Bart Westerweel, ed., Anglo-Dutch Relations in the Field of the Emblem; and John Manning, et al., The Emblem Tradition and the Low Countries: Selected Papers of the Leuven Intrnational Emblem Conference, reviewed by Margit Thøfner
David Graham, ed., An Interregnum of the Sign: The Emblematic Age in France, reviewed by Peter Sharratt
Studiolum 2000/2, reviewed by Alan R. Young


Research Reports, Notes, Queries and Notices
Mason Tung, “Notes on Aldato’s Medea Emblem”
Mason Tung, “A Note on the Influence of Alciato on Aneau’s Picta Poesis
Michael Bath “‘Broom’ or ‘brome’? Paradin’s Plantagenet Device”
Alison Adams, “The Murder of Osbold von Moshardt and the Emblematic Program of the Hofwirt, Seckau, Styria (Austria)”

Index


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Volume 13 (2003), ISBN 978-0-404-64763-6

Shankar Raman, “Performing Allegory: Erwin Panofsky and Titian’s Allegory of Prudence
Michael Bath, “Alciato and the Earl of Arran”
Denis L. Drysdall, “Gavino Sambigucio and his Interpretation of Achille Bocchi’s ‘Hermathena’”
Luis Merino and Jesús Ureña, “On the Date of Composition of El Brocense’s Commentaria in Alciati Emblemata
Monica Calabritto, “Garzoni’s L’Hospedale de’ Pazzi incruabili and the Ambiguous Relation between Word and Image in Sixteenth-Century Imprese
Charles W. Henebry, “Wrestling Proteus: Explication as Metaphoric Struggle in Jacob Cats’s Silenus Alcibiadis, sive Proteus
David Graham, “A Context for Albert Flamen’s Devises et Emblesmes d’Amour Moralisez
Simon McKeown, “The Emblem Paintings at Skokloster: A Philosophical Gallery from Sweden’s Age of Greatness”
Bernhard F. Scholz, “Jacob Cat’s Silenus Alcibiadis in 1618/1627 and in 1862. Observations on a Mid-Nineteenth-Century Attempt at Modernizing an Early-Modern Book of Emblems”
Peter M. Daly, “The European Impresa: From Fifteenth-Century Aristocratic Device to Twenty-First-Century Logo”
Daniel Russell, “Icarus in the City: Emblems and Postmodernism”

Review and Criticism
John Manning, The Emblem, reviewed by Robert Cummings
Alison Adams, Stephen Rawles, and Alison Saunders, A Bibliogrpahy of French Emblems Books of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Vol. 2: L–Z, reviewed by Daniel Russell
Peter M. Daly and Alan R. Young, eds., The Emblems of Wither and Rollenhagen: A Compact Disk, reviewed by Michael Bath
Johannes Sambucus, Emblemata et aliquot nummi antiqui operis Altera editio, Antwerp: Plantin, 1566. Facsimile reprint with an afterword by Wolfgang Harms and Ulla-Britta Kuechen, reviewed by Peter M. Daly
Michael Bath, Pedro F. Campa, and Daniel S. Russell, eds., Emblem Studies in Honor of Peter M. Daly, reviewed by John T. Cull
Víctor Minquez, Los reyes solares. Iconografía astral de la monarquía hispánica, reviewed by John T. Cull
John Manning and Marc van Vaeck, eds., The Jesuits and the Emblem Tradition: Selected Papers of the Leuven International Emblem Conference, 18–23 August, 1996, reviewed by Margit Thøfner
William E. Engel, Death and Drama in Renaissance England: Shades of Memory, reviewed by John Lepage


Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Alan R. Young, “Let the Games Begin”
Seraina Plotke, “Visual Poetry in an Edifying German Songbook”
Simon McKeown, “More on Quarles and Funerary Art: An Emblematic Tombstone in Cornwall”

Index


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Volume 14 (2005), ISBN 978-0-404-64764-3

Barbara C. Bowen, “Changing Places at the Crossroads”
Daniel Russell, “Emblems and the Ages of Life: Defining the Self in Early Modern France”
Valérie Hayaert, “Pierre Cousteau’s Le Pegme (1555): Emblematics and Legal Humanism”
Gillian Austen, “Newyeres Gyftes: Five Emblematic Devices by George Gascoigne”
Susan North, “The Falkland Jacket: Sources, Provenance and Interpretation of an Emblematic Artifact”
Georgianna Ziegler, “Devising a Queen: Elizabeth Stuart’s Representation in the Emblematic Tradition”
Mason Tung, “Thomas Jenner’s The Soules Solace (1626): A Study of its Standing in the Development of the English Emblem Tradition”
Peter M. Daly and Alan R. Young, “George Wither’s Emblems: The Role of Picture Background and Reader/Viewer”
Peter M. Daly, “The Sheldon ‘Four Seasons’ Tapestries at Hatfield House: A Seventeenth-Century Instance of Significant Emblematic Decoration in the English Decorative Arts”

Documentation
Denis L. Drysdall, “Occurrences of the Word ‘emblema’ in Printed Works before Alciato”
Mason Tung, “Revising Alciato and The Greek Anthology: A Documentary Note”

Reviews and Criticism
Florilegio de studios de emblemática / A Florilegium of Studies on Emblematics, reviewed by John Cull
Mara R. Wade, ed., Digital Collections and the Management of Knowledge: Renaissance Emblem Literature as a Case Study for the Digitization of Rare Texts and Images, review by Antonio Bernat Vistarini
Alison Adams, Webs of Allusion: French Protestant Emblem Books of the Sixteenth Century, reviewed by Ann Moss
Michael Bath, Renaissance Decorative Painting in Scotland, reviewed by John Peacock
Karl A. E. Enenkel and Arnoud S. Q. Visscher, eds., Mundus Emblematicus: Studies in Neo-Latin Emblem Books, reviewed by Michael Bath
Lina Bolzoni, The Gallery of Memory: Literary and Iconographic Models in the Age of the Printing Press, reviewed by Denis Looney
Into by Cordula van Wyhe, Portraict des SS Vertus de la Vierge contemplées par feue S.A.S.M. Isabelle Clere Eugenie Infante d’Espagne, by Jean Terrier, reviewed by Agnès Guiderdoni-Bruslé
Éva Knapp and Gábor Tüskés, Emblematics in Hungary. A Study of the History of Symbolic Representation in Renaissance and Baroque Literature, reviewed by Arnoud Visser
Janusz Pelc, Słowo I obraz. Na pograniczu literatury I sztuk plastycznych, reviewed by Danuta Künstler-Langner


Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Averill Lukic, “Geffrey and Isabella Whitney”
Lubomír Konecný, “An Emblematic Epitaph in Prague”
Simon Mckeown, “Death and a Maiden: Memorial Engravings from the Circle of Erik Dahlbergh”
Index


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Volume 15 (2007), ISBN 978-0-404-64765-0

A First Offering of Papers from the Seventh International Conference
of the Society for Emblem Studies, 2005

Mara R. Wade, “Emblems in the Twenty-First Century”
Michael Bath, “Embroidered Emblems: Mary Stuart's Bed of State”
Seraina Plotke, “Emblematics and Visual Poetry from a Semiotic Perspective: Two Different Kinds of Bimediality”
Jane Farnsworth, “A Monstrous Fish Tale: Broadside Pictures and the Emblem in Sixteenth-Century England”
K. C. Elhard, “Harsdörffers Librarian”
Yona Pinson, “Le triumphe de Haulte folie: Emblematic and Misogynist Discourses”
Wim van Dongen, “A Torrid Threesome: Investigating Form and Function of the Tripartite Emblem Structure in Mid-Twentieth-Century American Paperback Covers”
Michael J. Giordano, “Gilles Deleuze’s Concept of Emblematics in Le Pli: Leibniz et le Baroque
Sonia Lagerwall, “On the Act of Reading: The Emblem and Michel Butor’s Novel La Modification

Articles
Robert Cummings, “Alciato’s Illustrated Epigrams”
Judi Loach, “Emblem Books as Author-Publisher Joint Ventures: The Case of Menestrier and Coral’s Production of the 1662 Art des Emblemes
Els Stronks, “Jan Luyken’s First Emblem Book and the Rekindling of the Dutch Love Emblem”

Documentation
Lubomir Konecný, Habsburg Imprese in Telc


Reviews and Criticism
Alison Saunders and Peter Davidson, eds., Visual Words and Verbal Pictures. Essays in Honour of Michael Bath, reviewed by Jean Michael Massing
Andrea Alciati, A Book of Emblems. The “Emblematum Liber” in Latin and English, reviewed by Denis L. Drysdall
Dorigen Caldwell, The Sixteenth-Century Italian “Impresa” in Theory and in Practice, reviewed by Denis L. Drysdall
Jean-Jacques Boissard, Emblematum liber. Emblemes latins, reviewed by Peter M. Daly
Alison Saunders, The Seventeenth-Century French Emblem. A Study in Diversity, reviewed by Daniel Russell
Nicolas Milovanovic, Du Louvre à Versailles, lecture des grands décors monarchiques, reviewed by Sophia Pickford
Yvan Loskoutoff, L’Armorial de Calliope: L’oeuvre du Père Le Moyne S.J. (1602): literature, héraldique, spiritualité, reviewed by Alison Saunders
Paulette Choné and Bénédicte Gaulard, eds., Flore au paradis: Emblématique et vie religieuse aux XVIe et XVIIe siècles, reviewed by Laurence Grove
Peter M. Daly, ed., Emblem Scholarship Directions and Developments: A Tribute to Gabriel Hornstein, reviewed by Malcolm Jones
Gerhard F. Strasser and Mara R. Wade, eds., Die Domänen des Emblems: Ausserliterarishe Anwendungen der Emblematik reviewed by Patricia D. Hardin


Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Michael Bath, “Emblems into Art: The Paintings of Lorna McIntosh”
Index


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Volume 16 (2008), ISBN 978-0-404-64766-7

Foreword
Mara R. Wade, “Emblems in the Twenty-First Century”
Simon McKeown, “Unrecorded Emblems for Ulrika Eleonora the Elder”
Gerhard F. Strasser, “Newly Discovered Emblematic Ceiling Paintings in Two Bavarian Churches”
Ojārs Spārītis, “The Pulpit as a Medium for Educational and Political Messages in the Latvian Lutheran Church”
Sabine Mödersheim, “‘Schauplatz des menschlichen Elends’: Emblems in the Heilig-Geist-Spital in Nuremberg”
Carmen Ripollés, “‘By Meere Chance’: Fortune’s Role in George Wither’s A Collection of Emblemes
John Mulryan, “A Parochial Twist on a Secular Proverb: Occasio’s Bald Pate and the ‘Opportunity’ to be Good in Joannes David’s Typus Occasionis and Occasio Arrepta
Joan Larsen Klein, “Whitney’s Emblem Latet anguis in herba and the Shakespeare Connection”
Rocío Olivares-Zorilla, “Emblematic Resources and Parallels in a Colonial Mexican Poet: Luis de Sandoval Zapata”
Christine McCall Probes, “Engraving, Sonnet, Devise: Harmony and Disharmony at the Intersection of Emblematic Art and Poetry in the Sonnets franc-comtois
Inmaculada Rodríguez and Víctor Mínguez, “Symbolical Explanation of the Coats of Arms According to Juan De Caramuel (1636)”
Denis L. Drysdall, “Devices as ‘Emblems’ before 1531”
Alison Adams, “Alciato and Haecht’s Mikrokosmos
Arnoud Visser, “Neither Protestant nor Catholic: Augustine and Confessional Neutrality in Humanist Emblem Books”
Ralph Dekoninck, “The Emblematic Conversion of the Biblical Image in Jesuit Literature (Nadal 1595–Engelgrave 1648)”
Ingrid Höpel, “Augustin Chesneau’s Emblemes sacrez of 1667: Nature Study and Last Supper”
Peter Boot, “Playing and Displaying Love: Theatricality in Otto van Veen’s Amoris divini emblemata (Antwerp 1615)”
Judith Dundas, “Speculum Mentis: Art as Mirror of the Mind”
James Elkins, “Two Ends of the Emblem”
Elizabeth Gardère and Geneviève Québriac, “Arts and Communication: For a Reading of the Present-Day Emblem”
Barbara Maria Stafford, “Compressed Forms: The Symbolic Compound as Emblem of Neural Correlation”

Reviews and Criticism
M. Antonia Sondermann, ed., Isabella de Spiritu Sancto (1606-1675): Herzbücher, reviewed by Sabine Mödersheim
Ralph Dekoninck and Agnès Guiderdoni-Bruslé, eds., Emblemata Sacra: Rhétorique et Herméneutique du Discours Sacré dans la littérature en Images/ The Rhetoric and Hermeneutics of Illustrated Sacred Discourse, reviewed by Michael Bath
Stéphane Rolet, ed., L’Emblème Littéraire: Théories et Pratiques, reviewed by Peter M. Daly
Giuseppe Cascione, Iconocrazia. Comunicazione e politica nell’Europa di Carlo V. Dipinti, emblemi e monete, reviewed by Monica Calabritto
Simon McKeown, Emblematic Paintings from Sweden’s Age of Greatness, Nils Bielke and the Neo-Stoic Gallery at Skokloster; Simon McKeown and Mara R. Wade, eds., The Emblem in Scandinavia and the Baltic, reviewed by Peter Davidson
Index


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Volume 17 (2009), ISBN 978-0-404-64767-4

Preface
In Memoriam

Daniel Russell, “Emblems, Frames, and Other Marginalia: Defining the Emblematic”
Mason Tung, “The Interrelationship between Emblem Books and Ovid’s Metamorphoses: A Survey of Research”
Gerard Kilroy, “Sir Thomas Tresham: His Emblem”
Michael Bath, “An Emblematic Embroidery in the Burrell Collection”
Feike Dietz, “Through Children’s Eyes: The Eighteenth-Century Revival of the Pia desideria in a Dutch Children’s Book”
Alison Adams, “Mascarades: A New Emblem Book by Jean Jacques Boissard?”
Averill Lukic, “The Same Anticipation of Resurrection: Paradin in North Wales?”
Liana De Girolami Cheney, “Giorgio Vasari’s Allegory of Prudence: Mirroring Alciato and Valeriano’s Emblems”
John F. Moffitt, “An Emblematic Source for Goya’s Engraving of a Syphilitic ‘Matrimonial Blunder’”
Kristen L. Olson, “Picture—Pattern—Poiesis: Visuality, the Emblem, and Seventeenth-Century English Religious Lyric”
Sarah Howe, “‘Silent Parables’: Making Pictures Speak in Quarles’s Emblemes
Denis L. Drysdall, “The ‘Emblemmi’ of Hippolito Megliorino”

Reviews and Criticism
Bernhard F. Scholz, Emblem und Emblempoetik. Historische und systematische Studien, reviewed by Dietmar Peil
Valérie Hayaert, Mens Emblematica et Humanisme Juridique: Le cas du Pegma cum narrationibus philosophicis de Pierre Cousteau (1555), reviewed by Robert Cummings
Johannes Köhler and Wolfgang Christian Schneider, eds., Das Emblem im Widerspiel von Intermedialität und Synmedialität, reviewed by Mara R. Wade
Peter M. Daly, ed. Companion to Emblem Studies, reviewed by John Mulryan
A. Frank-Van Westrienen, Het schoolschrift van Pieter Teding van Berkhout: Vergezicht op het gymnasiaal onderwijs in de zeventiendeeeuwse Nederlanden, reviewed by Arnoud Visser
Jeremias Held, Liber Emblematum. (Frankfurt-am-Main 1566). A facsimile edition using Glasgow University Library SM 45 with an introduction and indices by Peter M. Daly, reviewed by Ingrid Höpel
Peter Davidson, The Universal Baroque; Peter Davidson and Jill Bepler, eds., The Triumphs of the Defeated: Early Modern Festivals and Messages of Legitimacy, reviewed by Michael Bath
Peter Sharratt, Bernard Salomon, illustrateur lyonnais, reviewed by Daniel Russell
Luc Knapen and Leo Kenis, eds., Hout in boeken, houten booken en de fraaye konst van houtdraayen [Wood in books, wooden books and the artful craft of wood turning], reviewed by Alison Adams
Michael Bath, Emblems for a Queen: The Needlework of Mary Queen of Scots, reviewed by Susan North
Carsten-Peter Warncke, ed., Théâtre d’amour. Le jardin de l’amour et ses délices, reviewed by Daniel Russell
Donato Mansueto and Elena Laura Calogero, eds., The Italian Emblem, A Collection of Essays, Glasgow Emblem Studies 12, reviewed by Dario Brancato
Arnoud S. Q. Visser, Joannes Sambucus and the Learned Image: The Use of the Emblem in Late-Renaissance Humanism, reviewed by Peter Davidson
Els Stronks and Peter Boot, eds., Learned Love. Proceedings of the Emblem Project Utrecht Conference on Dutch Love Emblems and the Internet (November 2006), reviewed by Simon McKeown
Index


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Volume 18 (2010), ISBN 978-0-404-64768-1

Preface to volume eighteen

Lubomír Konecný, “The Clam-Gallas Palace in Prague: Emblematic Architecture?”
Alison Saunders, “Classical or Home-Produced? The Emblematic Menagerie in Sixteenth-Century France”
Justyna Kiliańczyk-Zięba, “A Goat Nibbling at a Willow Tree: The Printer’s Devices of Maciej Wirzbięta and Their Emblematic and Iconographical Context”
Mason Tung, “George Wither’s Persona: A Study of the Making of A Collection of Emblemes, 1635”
Isabelle Charmantier, “Emblematics in Ornithology in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries”
Rocío Olivares-Zorrilla, “The Eye of Imagination: Emblems in the Baroque Poem The Dream, by Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz”
Brooke E. Donaldson, “Poema pictura loquens, pictura poema silens: Text and Image in Maurice Scève’s Délie
Beatrice Trînca, “Albrecht’s Jüngerer Titurel: A Thirteenth-Century Precursor of the impresa?”
Claudia Mesa, “Emblematic Imagery, Free Will, and Grace in Mateo Alemán’s Guzmán de Alfarache

Texts
Denis L. Drysdall, “Andrea Alciato, In Bifum [Milan? 1506/7?]”

Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Betty I. Knott, “Meters in Alciato’s Emblemata
Michael Bath and Jennifer Craig, “What Happened to Mary Stuart’s Bed of State?”
Luís Gomes, “An Emblematic Vision of the Sea: Claudie Balavoine on Spanish Marine Emblems”
Robin Raybould, “A Note on Alciato’s Device from the 1577 Edition of the Emblemata
Giulia Savio, “A New Sixteenth-Century Genoese Notebook of imprese
Peter M. Daly, “Emblems through the Magnifying Glass or Telescope”

Reviews and Criticism
Jean Michel Massing, Studies in Imagery. Vol. 1, Texts and Images. Vol. 2, The World Discovered, reviewed by Simon McKeown
Elena Laura Calogero, Ideas and Images of Music in English and Continental Emblem Books 1550–1700, reviewed by Laurence Wuidar
Ralph Dekoninck, Ad imaginem. Statuts, fonctions et usages de l’image dans la littérature spirituelle jésuite du xviie siècle, reviewed by Agnès Guiderdoni-Bruslé
Luís Gomes, ed., Mosaics of Meaning. Studies in Portuguese Emblematics, reviewed by Pedro F. Campa
Malcolm Jones, The Print in Early Modern England: An Historical Oversight, reviewed by Michael Bath
Jean Dhombres and Patricia Radelet-de Grave, Une mécanique donnée à voir. Les thèses illustrées défendues à Louvain en juillet 1624 par Grégoire de Saint-Vincent S.J. “De Diversis Artibus,” reviewed by Agnès Guiderdoni-Bruslé
Wolfgang Harms and Gilbert Heß, eds., Joachim Camerarius d. J. Symbola et emblemata tam moralia quam sacra. Die handschriftlichen Embleme von 1587, reviewed by Peter M. Daly
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Volume 19 (2012), ISBN 978-0-404-64769-8

Preface to volume nineteen
In Memoriam

Hilary L. Turner, “A Case of Mistaken Identity: The “Sheldon” Four Seasons Tapestries at Hatfield House Reconsidered”
Michael Bath, “A Fruitful Collaboration: Ian Hamilton Finlay and Margot Sandeman”
Jean-Jacques Chardin, “The Collaboration of Texts and Images in Some Christian Emblems of Peacham’s Minerva Britanna (1612)”
Timothy W. Cole and Myung-Ja Han, “Developing Digital Library Services to Support Emblem Studies”
Katrin Fröscher, “The Relation of the Baroque Ceiling Emblems of Ludwigsburg Palace to the Emblem Book of Johann Christoph Weigel”
Denis L. Drysdall, “‘The good have nothing to fear from the rich’: Did Alciato Really Believe That?”
Daniela Šterbová, “The Emblematic Stucco Decoration of the Palace Chapel in Cervené Porící”
Mason Tung, “Alciato’s Practices of Imitation: A New Approach to Studying His Emblems”
Peter M. Daly, “Bildtheorie, Bildrhetorik, and Emblems”

Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Simon McKeown, The Arrival of the Emblem in Iceland: Satire and Symbolum in Arngrímur Jónsson’s Anatome Blefkeniana (1612)
Mason Tung, Symbol, Metaphor, and Theme: A Note on the Unity of Quarles’s Hieroglyphikes (1638)

Reviews and Criticism
Bradley J. Nelson, The Persistence of Presence: Emblem and Ritual in Baroque Spain, reviewed by Luís Gomes
Antje Theise and Anja Wolkenhauer, eds., Emblemata Ham­burgensia. Emblembücher und angewandte Emblematik in frühneuzeitlichen Hamburg, reviewed by Mara R. Wade
Simon McKeown, ed., The International Emblem: From Incunabula to the Internet. Selected Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference of the Society for Emblem Studies, reviewed by Michael Bath
Volker R. Remmert, Picturing the Scientific Revolution. Trans. Ben Kern, reviewed by Jonathan Sawday
José Julio García Arranz, Symbola et emblemata avium. Las aves en los libros de emblemas y empresas de los siglos XVI y XVII, reviewed by Pedro F. Campa
Michael J. Giordano, The Art of Meditation and the French Renaissance Love Lyric: The Poetics of Introspection in Maurice Scève’s “Délie, object de plus haulte vertu” (1544), reviewed by Cécile Alduy
Pedro F. Campa and Peter M. Daly, eds., Emblematic Images and Religious Texts: Studies in Honor of G. Richard Dimler, S.J., reviewed by Walter S. Melion
Nuccio Ordine, Trois couronnes pour un roi, La devise d’Henri III et ses mystères, trans. Luc Hersant, reviewed by Stéphane Rolet
Clayton G. MacKenzie, Deathly Experiments: A Study of Icons and Emblems of Mortality in Christopher Marlowe’s Plays, reviewed by Mary Silcox
Andrea Alciato, Il libro degli Emblemi, secondo le edizioni del 1531 e del 1534, ed. Mino Gabriele, reviewed by Stéphane Rolet

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Volume 20 (2013), ISBN 978-0-404-64770-4

Preface to volume twenty
In Memoriam

Walter S. Melion, “‘Conspicitur prior usque fulgor’: On the Functions of Landscape in Benito Arias Montano’s Humanae salutis monumenta (1571)”
Miranda Anderson, “Mirroring Mentalities in George Wither’s A Collection of Emblemes
Jane Farnsworth, “Gender, Culture, and Emblematic Practice in E. F.’s The Embleme of a Vertuous Woman [London, 1650?]”
Elizabeth Black, “Gilles Corrozet’s ‘Domestic’ Emblems: Gender and Ethics at Home in the Hecatomgraphie and Emblems in Cebes
Pierre Martin, “‘Redimentes tempus’: Eschatological Perspective in Andreas Friedrich’s Emblemes nouveaux (1617)”
Catherine Oakes, “Bedtime Stories: The Painted Emblems Formerly in the Schoolboys’ Dormitory in the Deanery of Bristol Cathedral”
Gabriele Quaranta, “From Pages to Walls and Vice Versa: Applied Emblems between Tristan l’Hermite’s Poetry and Seventeenth-Century French Decoration”
Thomas A. Bauer, “Habsburg Imprese in the Archbishop’s Palace in Brixen, Italy”

Research Reports, Notes, Queries, and Notices
Mason Tung, “Seeing Is Believing”: A Note on the Forgettable History of Illustrating Alciato’s Emblems
Michael Bath, The Proofs of Antonio Tempesta’s Engravings for Historia Septem Infantium de Lara: Glasgow University Library, S.M. Add.14

Texts
Max Reinhart, Georg Philipp Harsdörffer and the Emblematic Pamphlets of 1641–42: Peristromata Turcica and Aulaea Romana

Reviews and Criticism
John L. Lepage, The Revival of Antique Philosophy in the Renaissance, reviewed by Alastair Fowler
Stewart Conn, ed., The Hand That Sees: Poems for the Quincentenary of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, reviewed by Jameson B. Kismet Bell
Simon McKeown, ed., The International Emblem: From Incunabula to the Internet. Selected Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference of the Society for Emblem Studies, reviewed by Michael Bath
Andrea Alciato, Andrea Alciati Emblematum liber, Augustae Vindelicorum 1531. Emblematum libellus, Parisiis 1534, and Otto Vaenius, Daniel Heinsius. Otto Vaenius, Amorum Emblemata, Antwerpen, 1608. Daniel Heinsius, Quaeris quid sit Amor..., translated by Hiroaki Ito, reviewed by Misako Matsuda
Simon McKeown, ed, Otto Vaenius and His Emblem Books, reviewed by Michael Bath
Alison Adams, Stephen Rawles, and Alison Saunders, A Bibliography of Claude-François Menestrier: Printed Editions, 1655–1765, reviewed by Margaret M. McGowan
Misako Matsuda, Shekusupia to enburemu: Jinbunsyugi no bunkateki kiso [Emblematic Shakespeare: Cultural Substratum of Humanism], reviewed by Shinji Yamamoto

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