European Review

European Review#

Special issue on ICONOCLASM: PAST AND PRESENT ISSUES #

An open access supplement from the ICONOCLASM symposium organized by the History and Archaeology section of Academia Europaea and sponsored by the Riksbankens Jubileumsfond was published in the European Review, the journal of Academia Europaea. To access the articles, click on the article link, enter your identification for the Academy website and enjoy reading!








Content#

ICONOCLASM: PAST AND PRESENT ISSUES#

Introduction

Nikita Harwich MAE
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue S1, November 2022, pp S1 - S5
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000291
Published Online on 28 October 2022

KEYNOTE SPEECH#

A Legal View of Iconoclasm. New Ideologies and Overturning Existing Legal Orders: Legal Iconoclasm in Germany

Hans Ulrich Jessurun d’Oliveira MAE
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue S1, November 2022, pp S6 - S24
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000333
Published Online on 4 November 2022


Articles#

The Palaikastro Kouros and Iconoclasm in the Wider Mediterranean Area

Helene Whittaker MAE
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue S1, November 2022, pp S25 - S32
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000357
Published Online on 8 November 2022

The Carolingian Answer to the Iconoclastic War and the Birth of Western Art

Francesco Stella MAE
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue S1, November 2022, pp S33 - S46
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000308
Published Online on 28 November 2022

Keeping Everyone on Board: Gregory the Great’s ‘Theory of Iconoclasm’

Barbara Crostini
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue S1, November 2022, pp S47 - S53
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000345
Published Online on 28 October 2022

Iconoclasm – A Road to Modernization?

Sverre Håkon Bagge MAE
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue S1, November 2022, pp S54 - S58
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000424
Published Online on 14 November 2022

Decoloniality in the Netherlands

Pieter Emmer MAE
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue S1, November 2022, pp S59 - S64
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000321
Published Online on 28 October 2022

Iconoclasm versus Apologetics. How the Salazar Regime Dealt with Portuguese Overseas Expansion

Amélia Polónia MAE
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue S1, November 2022, pp S65 - S76
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000382
Published Online on 9 November 2022

Inventing History: An Iconoclastic Conception of Historical Memory

Rosa María Martínez de Codes MAE
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue S1, November 2022, pp S77 - S85
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000394
Published Online on 3 November 2022

Changing Cultural Landscapes: The Case of Post-German Territories in Poland

Wojciech Bedyński
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue S1, November 2022, pp S86 - S93
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000412
Published Online on 3 November 2022

Stunde Null: Naming and Re-naming

Svend Erik Larsen MAE
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue S1, November 2022, pp S94 - S101
doi: 10.1017/S106279872200028X
Published Online on 9 November 2022

Demolishing Modernism: GDR and Neo-Prussian Architecture in Berlin

Xavier Costa MAE
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue S1, November 2022, pp S102 - S107
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000369
Published Online on 14 November 2022

Destruction of a Sacrosanct Past: Iconoclasm and Norse Revival in Post-war Norway

Tonje Haugland Sørensen
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue S1, November 2022, pp S108 - S114
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000400
Published Online on 9 November 2022

Statues in the French Caribbean and the Iconoclastic Assault

Kathleen Gyssels MAE
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue S1, November 2022, pp S115 - S125
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000436
Published Online on 9 November 2022

Russia’s Iconoclasms

Renate Lachmann MAE
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue S1, November 2022, pp S126 - S132
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000448
Published Online on 28 November 2022

Iconoclasm – A Geographical Viewpoint

Gideon Biger MAE
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue S1, November 2022, pp S133 - S143
doi: 10.1017/S106279872200031X
Published Online on 4 November 2022


About the journal#

The Academia Europaea has published the 'European Review' (ER) since 1993 on behalf of members and in conjunction with the Cambridge University Press (since 1998). The European Review is published six times per year. It is a fully peer reviewed international journal.

Editor-in-Chief: Professor Alban Kellerbauer.

ISSN 1062-7987.

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