Routledge Series

AVISTA Studies in the History of Medieval Science, Technology and Art is a series organized by the AVISTA Editorial Board and Michael Greenwood of Routledge Press.  The aim of the series is to promote the cross-disciplinary objectives of AVISTA by publishing in the areas of the history of science, technology, architecture, and art in the Middle Ages.

Members of AVISTA may propose monographs and edited volumes for the AVISTA Studies series. Please contact the Publications Director with inquiries.

AVISTA members receive a 20% discount on all Routledge AVISTA series titles.  Please email the treasurer for details.

Forthcoming

Fifty Years of Medieval Technology and Social Change, ed. Steven A. Walton

Now Available (with reviews noted)

Volume 1: Ad Quadratum, ed. Nancy Wu – December 2002

    • “L.B.” in Metascience 17 (2008): 173-175.
    • Jane Kennedy in Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors Association Journal XXX (2003): XXX
    • Janice Mann in CAA Online Reviews XXX (2004)
  •  Architectural Science Review 46 (2003): 337-338.

Volume 2: Villard’s Legacy, ed. Marie-Therese Zenner – August 2004

Volume 3: The Medieval Hospital and Medical Practice, ed. Barbara S. Bowers – January 2007

Volume 4: De Re Metallica, ed. Robert Bork et al. – July 2005

    • SciTech Book News, December 1, 2005.
    • Andrea Bernardoni in Nuncius 21.2 (2006): 381-382.

Volume 5: Visualizing Medieval Medicine and Natural History, 1200-1550, eds. Jean A. Givens, Karen M. Reeds, and Alain Touwaide – October 2006.  [Table of Contents and Introduction]

    • Scott L Montgomery in Isis 99.2 (2008): 394-95 [co-reviewed with Jean A. Givens, Observation and Image-Making in Gothic Art].
    • Larry Silver in Sixteenth-Century Journal 39.1 (2008): 1117-8.
    • I.M. McCleery in English Historical Review 123 (2008): 1297-1299.
    • Minta Collins in Bulletin of the History of Medicine 82 (2008): 704-706.
    • Peregrine Horden in Social History of Medicine 21 (2008): 193-196.
    • Scitech Book News XXX (1 March 2007): 31.
    • R. Jansen-Sieben in Bulletin codicologique XXX (2007): 2.
    • Florike Egemond in Nuncius XXX (2007): 362-3.
    • Sachiko Kusukawa in Early Science and Medicine 16 (XXX): 354-355
    • Vivian Nutton in Metascience: An International Review Journal for the History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Science 19 (2010): 83-85

Volume 6: The Art, Science, and Technology of Medieval Travel, ed. Robert Bork and Andrea Kann – October 2008. [Introduction]

    • Kristen Figg in Technology and Culture 51 (2010): 499-500.
    • D. Harrison in English Historical Review 124, no. 511 (2009): XXX.
    • Medium Aevum 78.1 (2009): 174).
    • Max Lejbowicz in Cahiers de Recherches Médiévales 16 (2008): XXX.

Volume 7: Working with Limestone, ed. Vibeke Olson – February 2011. [Introduction]

Volume 8: New Approaches to Medieval Architecture, ed. Robert Bork and William W. Clark – June 2011. [Introduction]

  • Judith Collard in Parergon 29.1 (2012): 195-197.
  • Sarah Thompson in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 71.3 (2012): 416-418.
  • Caroline Bruzelius in The Medieval Review TMR 12.03.25 (2012).
  • Claire Labrecque in The Canadian Journal of History 47.1 (2012): 623-25.

Volume 9: Arts of the Cathedrals: Studies on Architecture, Stained Glass, and Sculpture in Honor of Anne Prache, eds. Kathleen Nolan and Dany Sandron – May 2015. [Introduction]

Volume 10: The Sacred and Secular in Medieval Healing: Sites, Objects, and Texts, eds. Barbara S. Bowers and Linda Migl Keyser – July 2016.

Volume 11: The North Transept of Reims Cathedral: Design, Construction, and Visual Programs, ed. Jennifer M. Feltman – July 2016.

Volume 12: The Long Lives of Medieval Art and Architecture, ed. Jennifer M. Feltman and Sarah Thompson – March 2019.

Other Publications

The Portfolio of Villard de Honnecourt (Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS Fr 19093): A New Critical Edition and Color Facsimile with a glossary by Stacey L. Hahn, Carl F. Barnes, Jr. – July 2009. [Table of Contents] [Foreword]

Leave a Reply