Table of Contents, Colloquia 30

Warburg Institute Colloquia, vol. 30, Ernst Kitzinger and the Making of Medieval Art History, ed. Felicity Harley-McGowan and Henry Maguire (2017)  

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 Speculum, A Journal of Medieval Studies, vol. 94, no. 3, July 2019, pp. 841-842, review by Kathryn Brush

The Medieval Review, 2018, review by William Diebold


Table of Contents

Preface (pp. ix–x)

Introduction (pp. xi–xiv)

Foreword: Some Personal Memories of Ernst Kitzinger (pp. xv–xx)
         by Hans Belting

I.  Biography

A Scholar in his Study: Memories of Ernst Kitzinger at Work (pp. 3–13)
          by Rachel Kitzinger

Ernst in England (pp. 14–37)
          by John Mitchell

From London to the Antipodes: The Peregrinations of Ernst Kitzinger, and the Age of ‘Transformation’ (pp. 39–66)
          by Felicity Harley-McGowan

‘Cordially, E.K.’: Ernst Kitzinger and Teaching at Dumbarton Oaks (pp. 67–90)
          by Rebecca Corrie

Ernst Kitzinger’s Teaching at Harvard: A Style of Teaching, Teaching Style (pp. 91–101)
          by Eunice Dauterman Maguire

II. Methods of Scholarship

Ernst Kitzinger and Style (pp. 105–111)
          by Henry Maguire

Ernst Kitzinger’s Contribution to Scholarship on the Art of Western Europe (pp. 113–125)
          by Lawrence Nees

Ernst Kitzinger’s Contribution to the Study of Norman Mosaics in Sicily (pp. 127–142)
          by Beat Brenk

Ernst Kitzinger and the Invention of Byzantine Iconoclasm (pp. 143–152)
          by Leslie Brubaker

Appendix. A Memo written by Ernst Kitzinger in June 1941, on his way from Australia to England on board the ‘Themistocles’ (pp. 153–157) 
          transcribed by Tony Kitzinger

Index of Names