Volume 6

An Interregnum of the Sign: The Emblematic Age in France: Essays in Honour of Daniel S. Russell

Volume edited by David Graham (Glasgow: Glasgow Emblem Studies, 2001)
ISBN: 0852617488

Contents:
Gisèle Mathieu-Castellani: Les Emblèmes du celer dans Délie

Alison Adams: Reading Georgette de Montenay

Alison Saunders: ‘Quis, quid, ubi, quibus auxiliis, cur, quomodo, quando?’ or: The curious case of Pierre Coustau’s Pegma

Stephen Rawles: Layout, Typography and Chronology in Chrétien Wechel’s Editions of Alciato

David Graham: Topical Political and Religious Content in French Emblem Books

Laurence Grove: ‘Pour faire tapisserie’? / Moveable Woodcuts: Print/manuscript, text/image at the birth of the emblem

Michael J. Giordano: The Blason Anatomique and Related Fields: Emblematics, Nominalism, Mannerism, and Descriptive Anatomy as Illustrated by Maurice Scève’s Blason de la Gorge

Judi Loach: On Words and Walls

Paulette Choné: Pierre Woeiriot ou la pensée du simulacre

Anne-Elisabeth Spica: L’emblématique catholique de dévotion en France au XVIIe siècle: Quelques propositions de lecture

Agnès Guiderdoni Bruslé: Les formes emblématiques de « l’humanisme dévot »: Une lecture du Catéchisme royal (1607) de Louis Richeome, S. J.