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Size Matters – Understanding Monumentality Across Ancient Civilizations
Does size matter in the perception of monuments? How can one quantify the monumental? This volume considers these questions in an interdisciplinary approach.
Jörg Rogge (ed.)Killing and Being Killed: Bodies in Battle
Perspectives on Fighters in the Middle Ages
Fighting and warfare is hardly imaginable without the use of the "resource" body. The body techniques of fighters and their perception take centre stage in this book.
Queer Lactations in Early Modern Visual Culture
»Roman Charity« investigates the iconography of Pero, the daughter who breastfed her father, as a figure of excess, queer desire, and dissent in early modern patriarchy.
Malte Griesse (ed.)From Mutual Observation to Propaganda War
Premodern Revolts in Their Transnational Representations
The early-modern media-revolution influenced both the very course of revolts, and their representations. Since authorities persecuted dissident views on such delicate events, the book focuses mainly on cross-border depictions.