Bibliography for: Luyster, “Old, Valuable, and Strange: Medieval Practices of Collection and Modern Global Exhibitions”
  • Luyster, Amanda. “The Conversion of Kalila and Dimna: Raymond de Béziers, Religious Experience, and Translation at the Fourteenth-Century French Court.” Gesta 56.1 (2017): 81-104.
A study representative of Luyster’s earlier engagements with and approaches to questions of intercultural relations and global circulation in the arts of the medieval world.
  • Robertson, Roland. “Glocalization.” The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology (2018): 1-8.
A brief essay introducing the concept of “glocalization,” which underpins Luyster’s exhibition, currently in preparation.
  • Walker, Alicia. “Globalism.” Studies in Iconography 33 (2012): 183-96.
A departure point for conceiving of how the modern-contemporary concept of “globalism” might be productively applied and adjusted to illuminate alternative frameworks for approaching medieval art as characterized by fluidity and friction across diverse cultural contexts.