We are very pleased that Karl Whittington’s Body-Worlds: Opicinus de Canistris and the Medieval Cartographic Imagination, published by PIMS, has been selected by the College Art Association as one of the four finalists for the 2015 Charles Rufus Morey Book Award.
Linda Safran, Research Fellow at the Institute, will be teaching medieval art in Guangzhou, China, during the fall 2015 semester, as part of a Getty Foundation-funded Connecting Art Histories project, “Global and Postglobal Perspectives on Medieval Art and Art History.”
The Catalogus Translationum et Commentariorum has found a new home at PIMS, with our distinguished librarian Greti Dinkova-Bruun as editor in chief. The tenth volume of this prestigious series, edited with the assistance of James Hankins and Robert A. Kaster, has just been published; the next volume is due in 2016.
For its special project this year, the Friends of the Library are raising funds to help acquire a beautiful facsimile of the Pamplona Bible and to complete our holdings of the journal Hortus Artium Mediaevalium, in honour of the late Roger Reynolds.