Journée d’étude en ligne : Ora Pro Nobis: Marian Devotion in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, British Archeaological Association, le 3 juillet 2021

An online day in honour of Dr Cathy Oakes


Cathy Oakes was Director of Studies in the History of Art at Oxford University’s Department of Continuing Education and a Fellow of Kellogg College, Oxford, co-founder of the Centre for Marian Studies, and a lecturer for the Learning Department of the V&A, The Arts Society (formerly NADFAS), Art Pursuits Abroad, ACE, and many other organisations, Dr Oakes inspired countless students by her knowledge of, and passion for, the visual culture of the Middle Ages. This study day is hosted by the British Archaeological Association, of which Cathy was a longstanding member. It will concentrate of various aspects of Marian devotion a subject close to Cathy’s heart and the focus of her book, Ora Pro Nobis: The Virgin as Intercessor in Medieval Art and Devotion (2008), from which this day takes its title.

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SESSION 1. Chair – Sally Dormer

10.00 Introduction

10.05-10.30 William Wykeham’s devotion to Mary – mostly in relation to the glass at New College – Anna Eavis

10.30-10.55 Cult and Image at Our Lady’s Well, Hempsted Gloucestershire) – Sarah Boss

10.55-11.05 Questions


SESSION 2. Chair – John McNeill

11.30-11.55 Revisiting the Quinity – the Virgin Mary in Ælfwine’s Prayerbook (London, BL MS Titus D. xxvi and D. xxvii) – Teresa Lane

11.55-12.20 The Lady and the Lion in the Map Psalter (London, British Library, Add. MS 28681) – Sally Dormer

12.20-12.45 The mystery of the Mother of God and her companion in the Homilies of James Kokkinobaphos – Cecily Hennessy

12.45-13.00 Questions


SESSION 3. Chair – Sarah Boss

14.00-14.25 Metope North 32 on the Parthenon: False Virgins and Cultural Vandals – Steve Kershaw

14.25-14.50 The Reception of Sancta Maria Rotunda: Recent Interpretations and Open Questions – Richard Plant

14.50-15.15 Crowned in Glory: The Virgin Mary enthroned – Eileen Rubery

15.15-15.30 Questions


SESSION 4. Chair – Richard Plant

16.00-16.25 The Virgin by the Chapter-House: The life and times of a carved relief at St-Aubin in Angers – John McNeill

16.25-16.50 Imagery and Meaning in Michelangelo’s Bruges Madonna – Paula Nuttall

16.50-17.15 The Virgin Mary in Fragments – Julian Luxford

17.15-17.30 Questions


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Fiammetta Campagnoli (18 juin 2021). Journée d’étude en ligne : Ora Pro Nobis: Marian Devotion in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, British Archeaological Association, le 3 juillet 2021. Collectif d'Historiens de l'Art de la Renaissance. Consulté le 17 juillet 2024 à l’adresse

Fiammetta Campagnoli

Fiammetta Campagnoli est doctorante en histoire de l'art moderne à l'Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Ses recherches se concentrent sur la perception et sur la réception de la spatialité de l’image mariale au XVe et au XVIe siècle.

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