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Universidad Complutense de Madrid :: Arte y Monarquía en el Nacimiento y Consolidación del Reino de Aragón (1035-1134)



SIMON, David L.

David L. Simon

Currículum académico

Education

1971-1977 Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, Doctor of Philosophy degree.

Dissertation: The Doña Sancha Sarcophagus and Romanesque Sculpture in Aragon.

Degree awarded with Highest Honors.

1969-1971 Boston University, Master of Arts in Fine Arts.

1964-1969 Boston University, Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts. (Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa).

 

Teaching Experience 

1981-present Colby College, Ellerton M. Jetté Professor of Art, Colby College, Waterville, Maine USA

1974-1981 State University of New York, College at Cortland, Art Department, Assistant and Associate Professor, Department Chairman.

1973-1974 Boston University, College of Liberal Arts, Instructor, Department of Humanities.

 

Selected Publications

Forthcoming “Text and Image and Romanesque Sculpture,” Mélanges Barral.

2011. “Art for a New Monarchy: Aragon in the Late Eleventh Century,” Alfonso VI y el arte de su época. Anales de Historia del Arte, Madrid, pp. 367-390.

2011 (with P. J. E. Davies, W. B. Denny, F. F. Hofrichter, J. Jacobs, and A. M. Roberts), Janson’s History of Art, 8th edition, Upper Saddle River, 2011.

2010 “Santa María de Uncastillo” and “San Miguel de Uncastillo,” Enciclopedia del Románico. Zaragoza, Centro de Estudios del Románico, Stanta María la Real, Aguilar de Campoo (Palencia), Spain, 2010.

2010 “La catedral de Jaca,” Románico, no 10, (translation María Baztán Vázquez).

2008 “Capiteles del claustro de la catedral de Pamplona,” and “Errondo: Tímpano y dintel conservados en la Colección The Cloisters del Museo Metropolitano de Nueva York,” Enciclopedia del Románico en Navarra, Centro de Estudios del Románico, Santa María la Real, Aguilar de Campoo, Spain, 2008, II, pp. 1093-1112 and III, pp. 1569-1572.

2007 “La escultura de San Miguel y Santa María de Uncastillo:  historietas cotidianas,” La Escultura Románica: Encuentro Tanspirenaico Sobre Patrimonio Histórico Artístico. Uncastillo, pp. 75-97.

2001 “A Moses Capital at Jaca,” Imágenes y promotores en el arte medieval: Miscelánea en Homenaje a Joaquín Yarza Luaces, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Bellaterra, 2001, pp. 209-219.

1997 Editor, Gesta, The Journal of the International Center of Medieval Art, vol. XXXVI/2, special edition on “The Visual Culture of Medieval Iberia.”

1997 La catedral de Jaca y su escultura: ensayo, Jaca, 1997.

1995 (with Domingo J. Buesa Conde) La condesa Doña Sancha y los orígenes de Aragón, Zaragoza, 1995.

1994 "El tímpano de la catedral de Jaca," Actas del XV Congreso de Historia de la Corona de Aragón, III, Zaragoza, 1994, pp. 405-419.

1993 Introductory essay, "Late Romanesque Art in Spain" and catalogue entries, The Art of Early Medieval Spain: 500-1200 A.D., The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1993.

1987 "San Adrian de Sasave and Sculpture in Altoaragón, "Romanesque and Gothic: Essays for George Zarnecki, ed. Neil Stratford, London, 1987, pp. 179-184.

1987 (with Charles T. Little and Leslie Bussis) "Romanesque Sculpture in North American Collections.  XXV. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Part V:  Southwestern France," Gesta, XXVI, 1987, pp. 61-76.

1986 "Romanesque Sculpture in North American Collections. XXIV. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Part IV:  Pyrenees," Gesta, XXV, 1986, pp. 245-276.

1984 "Romanesque Art in American Collections. XXI. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Part I: Spain,"Gesta, XXIII, 1984, pp. 145-159.

1980 "L'art roman, source de l'art roman," Cahiers de Saint-Michel de Cuxa, XI, 1980, pp. 249-268.

1979 "Le Sarcophage de Doña Sancha à Jaca," Cahiers de Saint-Michel de Cuxa, X, 1979, pp. 107-124.

1975 "Daniel and Habakkuk in Aragon," Journal of the British Archaeological Association, XXXVIII, 1975, pp. 50-54.




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