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Narratives of a reluctant modernist. Rethinking William Fagg's Africa 2022 Res 77-78 (): 1-14
  • Elizabeth Harney
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
The origins of art around 1900: gesture, drawing, and the ethnographic imagination 2022 Res 77-78 (): 15-30
  • Matthew Vollgraff
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
The myth of Iphigenia in fourth-century funerary vases of southern Italy 2022 Res 77-78 (): 31-47
  • Gretel Rodríguez
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Myth, ritual, and the Classic-period Maya sweat bath 2022 Res 77-78 (): 48-68
  • Mary E. Clarke
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Gorgeous to gaze upon: forests as liminal spaces and boundary zones in Akkadian literary texts 2022 Res 77-78 (): 69-80
  • Gina Konstantopoulos
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Early modern Rome on the move: ecological contradictions in the representation of a reemerging city 2022 Res 77-78 (): 100-19
  • Niall Atkinson
  • Susanna Caviglia
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Emerging from stupor: a chapter in the cultural history of thunder 2022 Res 77-78 (): 120-32
  • Nicola Gess
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
From Crete to Singapore via Rome and St. Louis: an Orthodox icon becomes Catholic 2022 Res 77-78 (): 141-56
  • Robert S. Nelson
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
When shrines and images grow tired: toward a theory of devotional conservation 2022 Res 77-78 (): 157-66
  • Maurizio Peleggi
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Rethinking Coptic art: the allusive aesthetics of a thirteenth-century key 2022 Res 77-78 (): 167-83
  • Heather A. Badamo
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Ethiopian architecture during the reign of Emperor Susǝnyos (1607-1632): combatting the myth of Jesuit style 2022 Res 77-78 (): 184-201
  • Kristen Windmuller-Luna
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Ethiopian architecture during the reign of Emperor Susǝnyos (1607-1632): combatting the myth of Jesuit style 2022 Res 77-78 (): 184-201
  • Kristen Windmuller-Luna
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Documentation and decontextualization in Nora Okka's spolia 2022 Res 77-78 (): 202-13
  • Eric W. Driscoll
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Five invisible lines, before and after the Reformation 2022 Res 77-78 (): 214-32
  • Andrew Chen
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Who wrote Renaissance art? Johan Neudörffer and the calligraphic revolution 2022 Res 77-78 (): 233-49
  • Kirsten J. Burke
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Sourcing novelty: on the 'secondary invention' of writing 2022 Res 77-78 (): 250-66
  • Felipe Rojas
  • Stephen Houston
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Nose ornaments: a general typology and Moche case study 2022 Res 77-78 (): 283-302
  • Alexis Hartford
  • Jeffrey Quilter
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
A wooden hand from Easter Island (Rapa Nui), part I 2022 Res 77-78 (): 303-17
  • Robert M. Schoch
  • Tomi S. Melka
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Editorial: holy matter and the semantics of image-making 2021 Res 75-76 (): 1-9
  • Annette Hoffmann
  • Jessica N. Richardson
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
Beneath ground: image-making and the poetics of wood in thirteenth-century Italy 2021 Res 75-76 (): 10-28
  • Jessica N. Richardson
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
A cane and a Ka'ba model: mediated experiences in the early modern Ottoman empire 2021 Res 75-76 (): 29-44
  • Gül Kale
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
Written on a Bodhi tree leaf 2021 Res 75-76 (): 45-58
  • Michele Matteini
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
The thing itself: images of architecture and their power in early Deccan India 2021 Res 75-76 (): 59-73
  • Subhashini Kaligotla
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
Flesh and stone: interpreting the sacred in Dakota and Euro-American art 2021 Res 75-76 (): 74-90
  • Annika K. Johnson
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
Icons made of relics: creating holy matter in Byzantium 2021 Res 75-76 (): 91-100
  • Alexei Lidov
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
Liquid holy sites 2021 Res 75-76 (): 101-13
  • Michele Bacci
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
Afterword: matter, image, object 2021 Res 75-76 (): 114-17
  • Gerhard Wolf
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
Strategies of legitimization in Mesoamerica: uses of greenstone figurative plaques during the Epiclassic (AD 600-900) 2021 Res 75-76 (): 118-36
  • Juliette Testard
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
Viewing power?: Portrait statues and visual semantics in the Hellenistic and imperial Greek city 2021 Res 75-76 (): 137-44
  • Martin Szewczyk
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
Why the emperor had to be a god: divine invisibiity, imperial visibility, and the numen Augusti 2021 Res 75-76 (): 145-53
  • Christophe J. Goddard
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
Iconoclasm and/as repair 2021 Res 75-76 (): 154-67
  • Sean V. Leatherbury
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
Did the early moderns believe in their art? 2021 Res 75-76 (): 195-206
  • Patricia Emison
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
Fictions of the archive 2021 Res 75-76 (): 221-32
  • Jessica Berenbeim
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
Modern postural yoga in an expanded field 2021 Res 75-76 (): 233-49
  • Nachiket Chanchani
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
Porcelain white 2020 Res 73-74 (): 60-75
  • Amy Knight Powell
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
The dancing image in India, England, and the Caribbean, 1770-1870 2020 Res 73-74 (): 94-110
  • John Cooper
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Art and aliveness on the Northwest Coast 2020 Res 73-74 (): 203-20
  • Matthew Spellberg
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Transvestism: The parade of the embodied self 2020 Res 73-74 (): 294-303
  • Chiara Cappelletto
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
A celebrated stone: the Inkas' carved monolith at Saywiti 2020 Res 73-74 (): 307-24
  • Carolyn Dean
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Molded meaning 2019 Res 71-72 (): 1-5
  • Mallory E. Matsumoto
  • Stephen Houston
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Anticipating replication: hand-modeled Preclassic figurines 2019 Res 71-72 (): 6-15
  • Julia Guernsey
  • Michael Love
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Reexamining 'uniformity' at Teotihuacan: identity, handcrafting, and mass production in household ritual 2019 Res 71-72 (): 16-24
  • Sarah C. Clayton
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Profane illuminations: classic Maya molded figurines in comparative context 2019 Res 71-72 (): 25-39
  • Christina T. Halperin
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Molding Maya practice: standardisation and innovation in the making of Jaina figurines 2019 Res 71-72 (): 40-51
  • Mary Miller
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Copying in clay: Maya hieroglyphs and changing modes of scribal practice 2019 Res 71-72 (): 52-63
  • Mallory E. Matsumoto
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
The Jama-Coaque mold-made figurines from coastal Ecuador: the case for continuity 2019 Res 71-72 (): 64-77
  • Thomas Cummins
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Temples to the Great Bird: architecture, mythology, and ritual in Teotihuacan-style censers from Escuintla, Guatemala 2019 Res 71-72 (): 78-96
  • Oswaldo Chincilla Mazariegos
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Twin brothers: originality and copy in the Americas 2019 Res 71-72 (): 97-112
  • Felipe Pereda
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
Muisca cloth and image in early New Granada 2019 Res 71-72 (): 113-30
  • Alessia Frassani
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621
The raw and the cooked: scenes of animal fights on Archaic Greek sacred architecture 2019 Res 71-72 (): 209-28
  • Clemente Marconi
*H6 [RES-] 2327-9621