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  • Sine Cerere et Libero, Venus friget: La fortuna iconográfica de un proverbio latino desde la literatura emblemática del siglo XVI hasta las artes figurativas del siglo XVII

    Diez del Corral, Pilar (2018)
    This article deals with a Latin proverb by Terence (El Eunuco, IV, 732), Sine Cerere et Libero, Venus friget. The study starts with a summary approach to the proverb’s history in written sources, through the Medieval Age to Renaissance, in order to understand the deep dependence on texts of the first depictions in Sixteenth century art. The most striking trait of the Latin proverb’s representations is the geographical concurrence limited exclusively to the North-Centre of Europe. The main sco...

    Many a Footnote and Afterword: Dubravka Ugrešić and the Essay

    Rokolj, Téa (2018)
    A widely translated author, and a prominent voice from post-communist Europe, Dubravka Ugrešić has published a variety of literary forms in addition to literary criticism and translations. Playful experimentation with language, boundaries between texts, and literary conventions as well as an acute awareness of the contemporary socio-political context in which her own texts come to be are among the notable features of her writing. It is her essays, however, that invite a closer look at the int...

    Decolonising the Games Curriculum: Interventions in an Introductory Game Design Course

    Geyser, Hanli (2018)
    Games face a crisis of diversity in both their content and in the industry itself. The inequalities that underlie these issues are heightened in the Global South. Addressing these issues will require a systemic decolonisation of games education in which future generations of industry professionals become critically engaged in their creative practice. Decolonisation requires the investigation and reconstruction of the ways knowledge is created and produced. To enable this, the curricula employ...

    Surplus-Value: Surplus Image

    Hillman, John (2018)
    The image surplus of the 21st-century directly maps a crisis of critical new ideas, as well a social shift away from confronting economic, environmental and political consequences. Today, in the economy of images, exchange is the formal determinant of a distracting means of re-production. In an age of Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook, photography is a form of both abstract labour and enjoyment. While we usually consider photographs to be equivalents of a diverse number of things – when they s...

    Pseudo-Arabic and the Material Culture of the First Crusade in Norman Italy: The Sanctuary Mosaic at San Nicola in Bari

    Vernon, Clare (2018)
    Pseudo-Arabic is a form of ornament, derived from Arabic script, which appears in both Islamic and Christian contexts from the 10th century onwards. The city of Bari in south-east Italy, and its hinterland, boasts a number of examples of this motif. This article explores how pseudo-Arabic was employed in Bari and how the circulation of luxury objects in the medieval Mediterranean contributed to the dissemination of the motif. Bari’s most prominent church, the Basilica of San Nicola, contains ...
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