Publication en ligne – « Continuous Page: Scrolls and Scrolling from Papyrus to Hypertext », éd. Jack Hartnell

Continuous Page: Scrolls and Scrolling from Papyrus to Hypertext, éd. Jack Hartnell, The Courtauld, 2020. DOI: 10.33999/2019.15

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This open-access book of 12 essays, accompanied by a series of fully digitised scroll objects, constitutes the a systematic attempt to approach the subject of the scroll from an interdisciplinary standpoint, incorporating contributions from an internationally renowned group of scholars who address material from the ancient world to the twenty-first century, ranging across objects from Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and the Americas.

Table des matières :

0. The Continuous Page | Jack Hartnell
1. ‘This Fragile Thing – With Bite’: Nancy Spero’s Feminist Scrolls | Rachel Warriner
2. Reading in the Provinces: A Midrash on Rotulus from Damira, Its Materiality, Scribe, and Date | Judith Olszowy-Schlanger
3. Hieronymus Cock’s Baths of Emperor Diocletian (1558) and the Diascopic Architectural Print | Michael J. Waters
4. Krishna’s Life-Story in Bengali Scrolls: Exploring The Invitation to Unroll | Pika Ghosh
5. Scrolling the Emperor’s Life and Triumph | Eva Michel
6. Speculations on the Visibility and Display of a Mortuary Roll | Stacy Boldrick
7. The Mediation of Death and the Temporality of the Scroll (Japan, c.1200) | Kristopher W. Kersey
8. Narrating Charity at the Ospedale del Ceppo | Rachel E. Boyd
9. ‘Yf A Woman Travell Wyth Chylde Gyrdes Thys Mesure Abowte Hyr Wombe’: Reconsidering the English Birth Girdle Tradition | Katherine Storm Hindley
10. Making the Impossible, Possible: Ivor Beddoes and Superman’s Flying Ballet | Claire Smith
11. Manzoni’s Line: From the Roll to the Infinite Painting | Luca Bochicchio
12. ‘Literally One Damned Thing After Another With No Salvation Or Cease’: Jack Kerouac’s On the Road Manuscript as Performance Teleology | Michael Hrebeniak

Source : The Courtauld

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