Professor Jaś Elsner: List of publications

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‘Some Observations on Dionysiac Sarcophagi’

Exhibitions and the Formation of Knowledge

‘The Embodied Object: Recensions of the Dead on Roman Sarcophagi’

The Embodied Object: Recensions of the Dead on Roman Sarcophagi

‘Ornament, Figure and Mise en Abime in Roman Sarcophagi’

Place, Shrine, Miracle

From Violence to Blessing: Symbols and Rituals in Ancient Rome

Oxford's ark: Second World War refugees in the arts and humanities

Ark of Civilization Refugee Scholars and Oxford University, 1930-1945

Pfeiffer, Fraenkel, and Refugee Scholarship in Oxford during and after the Second World War

Excavating Pilgrimage

The Poetics of Late Latin Literature

“Late Narcissus: Classicism and Culture in a Late Roman Cento”

Introduction: Notes towards a Poetics of Late Latin Literature

The Poetics of Late Latin Literature

Introduction: Some stakes of comparison

Visual Ontologies: Style, Archaism and the Construction of the Sacred in the Western Tradition

The Poetics of Late Latin Literature

Homer and the ekphrasists: text and picture in the Elder Philostratus’s Scamander (Imagines I.1)

Debate: Religion and Iconoclasm (with Barry Flood)

Encounter: The Mosaics in the Monastery of St. Catherine at Mount Sinai

Cultural Memory, Religious Practice and the Invention of Tradition: Some Thoughts on Philostratus’ Account of the Cult of Palaemon

Backgrounds and shadows in the Artemidorus Papyrus

Envoi -- a diptych

Religion and Iconoclasm

Sight and Memory: The Art of Roman Mnemotechnics

Green Curtains and Picture Covers: Towards an Archaeology of the Pictorial Closet

Visual Culture and Ancient History

Afterword. Framing Knowledge: Collecting Objects, Collecting Texts

Ramus

Art and Rhetoric in Roman Culture: Introduction

Rational, Passionate and Appetitive: The Psychology of Rhetoric and the Transformation of Visual Culture from non-Christian Sarcophagi in the Roman World

Rational, Passionate and Appetitive: The Psychology of Rhetoric and the Transformation of Visual Culture from non-Christian to Christian Sarcophagi in the Roman World

Art and Rhetoric in Roman Culture

Introduction

Paideia: Ancient Concept and Modern Reception

Closure and Penetration: Reflections on the Pola Casket

Objects and history

Editorial

The genesis of iconology

Decorative Imperatives between Concealment and Display: The Form of Sarcophagi

Iconcolasm as Discourse: From Antiquity to Byzantium

Material Culture and Ritual

Sacrifice in Late Roman Art

Sarcophagus East and West: An Introduction

The Lycurgus Cup

Saints: Faith at the Borders

The Transfigured Mountain: Icons and Transformations of Pilgrimage at the Monastery of St Catherine at Mount Sinai

Pharoah's Army Got Drowned : Some Reflections on Jewish Narrative and Christian Meaning in Late Antiquity

A Golden Age of Gothic

Apology and Polemic in Early Christian Sarcophagi: Reflections on Jesus' Trial

Life, Death and Representation

Alois Riegl and Classical Archaeology

Art history as ekphrasis

Image and site: Castiglione Olona in the early fifteenth century

Receptions of Pausanias: From Winckelmann to Frazer

Images and texts on the "Artemidorus Papyrus"

P.Artemid: The Images

A Protean Corpus

Beyond Compare: Pagan Saint and Christian God in Late Antiquity

Faith Without Borders: the Curious Category of the Saint

Philostratus

The Christian Museum in Southern France: Antiquity, Display and Liturgy from the Counter-Reformation to the Aftermath of Vatican II

Art and Pilgrimage

E.Panofsky, On the Relationship of Art History and Art Theory: Towards the possibility of a fundamental system of concepts for a science of art

Framing Objects We Study: Three Boxes from Late Roman Italy

Introduction

Piety and Passion: Contest and Consensus in the Audiences for Early Christian Pilgrimage

Pilgrimage in Graeco-Roman and Early Christian Antiquity

Late Antique Art: The Problem of the Concept and the Cumulative Aesthetic

Perspectives in Art

Cultural Histories of the Material World

Green Curtains and Picture Covers: Towards an Archaeology of the Pictorial Closet

Relic, Icon and Architecture: The Material Articulation of the Holy in East Christian Art

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