Word & Image volume 4 Number 1: Table of Contents

PROCEEDINGS

Word & Image
volume 4 Number 1
January-March 1988

Proceedings of the First International Conference on Word & Image

Actes du Premier Congrès International de Texte et Image

Contents

Preface and acknowledgements i-ii

PLENARY LECTURES
Charles Hope: “Aspects of criticism in art and literature in sixteenth-century Italy.” 1-10
Oskar Bätschmann: “Text and image: some general problems of art.” 11-24
Louis Marin: “Mimésis et description.” 25-36
Richard Howard: “Poems on pictures and other ekphrases.” 37-42

SEMINAR I/A
Norman Bryson: “Centres and margins in David.” 43-50
Max Nänny: “Chiasmus in literature: ornament or function?” 51-59
Wendy Steiner: “Postmodernism and the ornament.” 60-66

SEMINAR I/B
Bernard Scholz: “Jacob Cats’ Silenus Alcibiadis in 1618 and in 1862: changes in word-image relations from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century.” 67-80
Daniel S. Russell: “The emblem and authority.” 81-87

SEMINAR II/A
Jacques Thuillier: “L’image au XVIIe siècle: de l’allégorie à la rhétorique des passions.” 88-98
Jacqueline Lichtenstein: “Contre l’ut pictura poesis: une conception rhétorique de la peinture.” 99-104
Alain Niderst: “La théorie du portrait littéraire et du portrait picturale du XVIIe siècle.” 105-108
Jean-François Groulier: “Le dépassement de l’ut pictura poesis dans l’oeuvre du Pere Menestrier.” 109-115

SEMINAR II/B
Katherine McCoy: “Graphic design: sources of meaning in word and image.” 116-130

SEMINAR III/A
Alain Buisine: “L’impossible couleur – l’impressionisme et la critique d’art.” 131-138
Shigemi Inaga: “Une esthetique de rencontre; ou l’affinité de l’impressionisme avec le Japonisme comme un malentendu et sa conséquence paradoxale au cours de l’implantation de l’impressionisme au Japon.” 139-147
J.P. Guillerm: “Le Journal de Delacroix: de la couleur au noir.” 148-156

SEMINAR III/B
H.-W. am Zehnhoff: “Satire in word & image: satirical techniques of John Heartfield and Kurt Tucholsky in Deutschland, Deutschland über alles…’.” 157-162
David E. Nye: “‘Negative capability’ in Wright Morris’ The Home Place.” 163-169
Jan Baetens: “Texte et image dans le roman-photo.” 170-176

SEMINAR IV/B
Robert Druce: “The vanishing reader – the changing role of letters in paintings.” 177-185
Suzanne Ferguson: “‘Spots of time’: representation of narrative in modern poems and paintings.” 186-194
Catherine Malabou: “Peindre la mer par l’autre sens: Proust et Elstir.” 195-199

SEMINAR V/A
Cristina Giorcelli: “William Carlos Williams’ painterly poems: two pictures from a Bruegel.” 200-208
John Hollander: “The poetics of ekphrasis.” 209-219

SEMINAR V/B
Paul Pelckmans: “Holisme et démiurgie dans le Salon de 1765.” 220-230
Jean Galard: “La poétique des ruines.” 231-237

SEMINAR VI/A
M.A. Schenkeveld-Van der Dussen: “Word and image in Huygens’ Otia: the author as hidden persuader.” 238-245
Jeroen Stumpel: “Speaking of manner.” 246-264

SEMINAR VI/B
Renée Riese Hubert: “The surrealist book.” 265-274
Jennifer J. Patterson: “Surrealism – poetry & image: comments on a relationship between creativity and psychoneurotic illness.” 275-282
Daniele de Ruyter-Tognotti: “La représentation picturale, relais de l’écriture chez Arrabal.” 283-291
Annette Shandler Levitt: “Breasts, couples, children, and other clichés: visual/verbal imagery in surrealist drama.” 292-296

SEMINAR VII/A
A.L. Sötemann: “Four traditions in modernist poetry and art theory.” 297-302
Peter de Ruiter: “K. Schippers and the visual arts.” 303-309

SEMINAR VII/B
Dominic Baker-Smith: “Spenser’s Triumph of Marriage.” 310-316
Paul Holberton: “Instead of iconology: virtuosity (mostrare l’arte) and symmetry (pendants) in Italian renaissance art.” 317-322
Colette Nativel: “La comparaison entre la peinture et la poésie dans le De Pictura Veterum (1,4) de Franciscus Junius.” 323-330
Paul Smith: “Remy Belleau et la peinture: aspects du métadiscours poétique de la Pléiade.” 331-337

SEMINAR VIII/A
Yves Abrioux: “Dissociation: on the poetics of Ian Hamilton Finlay’s Tree/Colums.” 338-344
Francis Edeline: “Les machines poétiques.” 345-352
Stephen Bann: “Collage: the poetics of discontinuity.” 353-363
David Scott: “Pictorialist poetics: the nineteenth-century French re-reading of ut pictura poesis.” 364-371

SEMINAR VIII/B
Lucia Tongiorgi Tomasi: “Image, symbol and word on the title-pages and frontispieces of scientific books from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.” 372-382
Peter de Voogd: “Tristram Shandy as aesthetic object.” 383-392
Eric Haskell: “Huysmans, Lepère and A rebours: an image/text inquiry.” 393-404

SEMINAR IX/A
Bert W. Meijer: “From Leonardo to Bruegel: comic art in sixteenth-century Europe” 405-411
Anton W.A. Boschloo: “Images of the gods in the vernacular.” 412-421

SEMINAR IX/B
Pierre Villard: “Les structures du recit et les relations entre texte et image dans les bas-reliefs neo-Assyriens.” 422-429
Anne-Marie Christin: “La typographie comme langue écrite.” 430-438

ESSAY
Wouter Kotte: “Word/time and image/space: reflections on a theme cetral to early twentieth-century painting.” 439-452