- The Medieval Cult of Saints: Formations and Transformations. Cambridge University Press, 1994
Paper edition, Cambridge University Press, 1997
- Lordship and Commune: A Comparative Study of Building in Reims and Amiens. Book manuscript in preparation
- “Dissent: Satan, Job and Gregory IX,” under consideration for a collection on Reims north transept (Ashgate, AVISTA Studies in the History of Medieval Science, Technology and Art).
- "Producing the Route of Saint James," Mediaevalia, forthcoming.
- “The Structure of Meaning. Architectural Representation in the Later Middle Ages,” Studies in Iconography 25 (2004), pp. 129-171.
- "Santiago de Compostela in the Time of Diego Gelmírez," Gesta, XXXVI 1/2 (1997), 165-79.
- "Program and Power in the Glass of Reims," Radical Art History. An International Anthology, ed. Wolfgang Kersten, Zurich, 1997, pp. 22-33, 226-233.
- "Saint Cuthbert. The Post-Conquest Appropriation of an Anglo-Saxon Cult," Holy Men and Holy Women: Old English Prose Saints' Lives and Their Contexts, ed. Paul E. Szarmach, Albany, 1996, pp. 177-206.
- "Artistic Integration Inside the Cathedrals, Social Consensus Outside?," Artistic Integration in Early Gothic Churches. ed. K. Brush, P. Draper, V. Raguin, University of Toronto Press, 1995, pp. 214-35.
- "Building and Decorating at Reims and Amiens," Europäische Skulptur im 12./13. Jahrhundert, ed. H. Beck and K. Hengevoss-Dürkop, 2 vols., Frankfurt am Main, 1994, vol. 1, pp. 763-76, and vol. 2, pp. 508-519.
- "The Audiences for the Medieval Cult of Saints," Gesta, XXX (1991), pp. 3-15.
- "Languages and Models for Cultural Exchange," Culture, Globalization, and the World-System (Current Debates in Art History 3), ed. Anthony King, Art and Art History, SUNY Binghamton and London, 1991, pp. 139-44.
- "Ritual, Image and Subordination in Thirteenth-century Reims," World Art: Themes of Unity in Diversity, ed., Irving Lavin (Acts of the XXVI International Congress of the History of Art), University Park, Penn, 1989, vol. III, pp. 653-64.
- "The Urban Setting for Late Medieval Church Building: Reims and its Cathedral between 1210 and 1240," Art History 11 (1988), pp. 17-41. (Review - Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung)
- "Feudal Conflicts and the Image of Power in the Life of Saint Amand," Kritische Berichte 13 (1985), pp. 5-30.
- "Bury St Edmunds Abbey between 1070 and 1124: a History of Property, Privilege and Monastic Art Production," Art History 6 (1983), pp. 1-29. (Review - C.M. Kauffmann, "English Romanesque Book Illumination: Changes in the Field 1974-1984)
- "Consecration and Investiture in the Life of Saint Amand," Art Bulletin 61 (1979), pp. 342-58.
FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS
- 2003 Fall Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
- 1999-2000 Paul Mellon Senior Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
- 1995 Summer National Endowment for the Humanities Stipend and Travel Grant
- 1994 Winter UCLA Arts Council Chair (declined)
- 1991-1992 National Endowment for the Humanities
- 1987 Fall Ailsa Mellon Senior Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
- 1970 Kress Foundation Summer Research Travel Grant
- 1967 Kress Foundation Summer Research Travel Grant
- 2013-2014 Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities
- 1988 Summer Binghamton Fellowship and Summer Grant, $4,000.
- 1967-71 Chancellor's Teaching Fellow, UCLA
- 1966 UCLA Art Council Graduate Grant for Summer Research
TUTORIAL AND GRADUATE SUPERVISION
Senior Tutorials and Honors
- Amanda Grannis: “Convivencia: History, Myth, and Modern Memory,” 2012
- Maureen Larimore: “Saint Geneviève of Paris,” 2012
- Moira Kim Penza: Thomas Becket in Medieval and Modern Literature,” Honors Thesis, English, 2005
- Erin Martin: “From Villa to Fortress: The Getty Humanities Center” Honors Thesis, 2001-2002
- Stephanie Groothuis: “Franz Marc. Representations 1900-1920"
- Gail Hoenig: “Fragonard -- A Critical Historiography,” Tutorial, Spring 1994
- Laura Hansen: “The Production History of American Glass, Honors,” 1993-94
- Danielle Nyarady: “Canterbury Cathedral and the Cult of Thomas Becket,” Tutorial, Spring 1994
- J. Terry: “The Counter-Reformation Project for St. Peter's, Rome.”
- Jill Taylor: “Political Representation, Economic Crisis, and Artistic Transformations in the Columns of Trajan and Marcus Aurelius”
- Jenny Kalina: ”The Nineteenth-Century Project to Restore Medieval Churches and the Catholic Hierarchy in Post-Revolutionary France.”
- Nadia Abdullah: “The Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. Medieval and Contemporary Ideology.”
- Heather Allen: “The Representation of Textiles on Medieval Tomb Effigies”
- Maggie Carlise: “Battle Abbey Then and Now,” 2004
- Christine Dwyer: “The Cult of Saint Edward the Confessor: An Affirmation of the Norman Right to Rule England” 1999
- Tara Winner: “Spring Forest Cemetery, Binghamton, N.Y.: A Local Example of the Rural Cemetery Movement “ 1999
- Mae Benson: “The Illustrated Life of Ste Radegund: For Love of the World,” 1998
- Devon Murphy: “Stourhead: Disparate Emblems in an Eighteenth-Century Landscape Garden,” 1997
- Ilana Abend-David: “Politics and Archaeology in Israel: Yigael Yadin’s Excavations at Masada,” 1995
- Antoinette Aleccia: “The Shrine of Thomas Becket, Canterbury Cathedral,” 1990
- Donna Dajnowski: “Holy Trinity Dormition Chapel, Jordanville, New York,” 1988
- Laurel Braun: “Women’s Patronage in Medieval Iberia”
- Aynur DeRouen, “Urban Spaces, 19th-century Istanbul”
- Melissa Fitzmaurice: “Late Antique and Early Christian Shrines”
- Kenneth Havenstein, "Choreographing the City. Politics, Pedagogy, and musicality in Medieval Siena." Ph.D. 2009
- Saygin Salgirli, “From Thirteenth-Century Toulouse to Fifteenth-Century Serres: A Comparative Study of Dissent, Authority, Architecture and Space” PhD 2009
- Sharon C. Smith: “Planned Grandeur: A Commensurate Study of Urban Expansion in Early Modern Italy and Mamluk Egypt,” 2009 (co-supervisor)
- Rosemary Ludwick, “Scenes from the Life of Saint Augustine: The Cloister’s Panel of the Metropolitan Museum of Art” PhD 2003
- Joseph Bertha: “The Illustration of the Akathist Hymn at the Ferapontov Monastery,” PhD 2002
- Global Visions
- Late Roman Art and Politics
- The Golden Arts of Kings/ Early Medieval Art
- The Carolingians. Fantasies of Rome
- Monastery and Cathedral Towns in the Later Middle Ages
- Medieval Cults of Saints
- Europe of the Capitals
- Opulence and Excess. Building in the Middle Ages
- Junior Seminar/ Historiography
- Graduate Methods and Theory
- Medieval Pro Seminar
- Inventing the Middle Ages: nation-state, political ideology, cultural capital
- The Bayeux Tapestry/ Partisan Records of the Norman Conquest of England
- Medieval Historiographies
- Saints, Shrines and Spectacle. Aspects of Medieval Cults of Saints
- Vézelay and Santiago. Pilgrimage and Rebellion
- Abbey and Cathedral Towns in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries
- Reims and Amiens. Lordship and Commune
- Reims, the Coronation Cathedral
- Frontier Cultures / Cultures of Exchange / Medieval Spain
- Medieval Shrines/ Modern Inventions
- Medieval Icons
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