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Total: 16 articles

Avant-Garde and Baroque: The Possible Third in Gunnar Wærness, Bli verden

by Jahn Holljen Thon || Articles, December 2013

The Centrality of Literary Illustration in Victorian Visual Culture: the example of Millais and Trollope from 1860 to 1864

by David Skilton || Articles, December 2007

Contributors to this Issue

Editorial, December 2013

Debate: Intersemiotic Complementarity
Can modern multimodality theories help us understand the semantic relationship between word and image in texts from the seventeenth century?

by Jahn Holljen Thon || Reports, December 2013


Editorial, December 2007

Editorial Board

Editorial, December 2007

Editorial Board

Editorial, December 2013

The Hartley Collection of Victorian Illustration

by Joanna Karlgaard || Reports, December 2007

Illustration Studies and the Infinite Archive

by David Skilton || Editorial, December 2013

Interarts and Illustration: Some Historical Antecedents, Theoretical Issues, and Methodological Orientations.

by Paola Spinozzi || Articles, December 2007

Law and Multimodal Aesthetics: Nils-Aslak Valkeapää’s Trekways of the Wind

by Bjarne Markussen || Articles, December 2013

Notes for Contributors

Editorial, December 2007

Notes for Contributors

Editorial, December 2013

Real and Virtual Illustration: Visual Memory and Early-Modern Speaking Pictures

by Roy Eriksen || Articles, December 2013

Reflections on Illustration: the Database of Mid-Victorian Wood-Engraved Illustration (DMVI)

by Julia Thomas || Articles, December 2007

Texts Disclosing Nothing: Michael Maier, Atalanta fugiens (1617), and Gunnar Wærness, Bli verden (2007)

by Andreas Lombnæs || Articles, December 2013