Sharon Dale, Ph.D.

Sharon Dale, Ph.D.
Professor Emerita, Art History
Office Phone
PENN STATE BEHREND
170 KOCHEL CENTER
ERIE, PA 16563
    Publications

    The Arca di Sant'Agostino and the Hermits of St. Augustine in Fourteenth-Century Pavia - 2015

    Jehangir Yezdi Malegam, The Sleep of Behemoth: Disputing Peace and Violence in Medieval Europe 1000-1200, Cornell University Press, 2013, Review of Politics - 2014

    Timothy B. Smith and Judith B. Steinhoff, eds. Art as Politics in Late Medieval and Renaissance Siena - October, 2013

    Absolutism in Renaissance Milan: Plenitude of Power under the Visconti and the Sforza (1329–1535), by Jane Black, The Medieval Review - 2012

    ‘Grant Me Chastity and Continence, But Not Yet:’ The Iconography and Patronage of the Arca di Sant’ Agostino, Arte Medievale - January, 2011

    Guardians of Republicanism: The Valori Family in the Florentine Renaissance, by Mark Jurdjevic, College Art Association Reviews - 2009

    Petrarch’s Influence on the Iconography of the Carrara Palace in Padua: The Conflict between Ancestral and Antique Themes in the Fourteenth Century, by John Richards, College Art Association Reviews - 2008

    Chronicling History: Chroniclers and Historians in Medieval and Renaissance Italy - 2007
    Collaborators: Alison Lewin, Co-Editor; Duane Osheim, Co-Editor

    Fourteenth Century Lombard Chroniclers, Chronicling History: Chroniclers and Historians in Medieval and Renaissance Italy - 2007

    Princes and Princely Culture 1450–1650, ed. Martin Gosman, Sixteenth Century Studies - 2007

    Siena, Civil Religion and the Sienese, by Gerald Parson, Sixteenth Century Studies - 2007

    Contra Damnationis Filios: The Visconti in Fourteenth-Century Papal Diplomacy, Journal of Medieval History - 2007

    The Avignon Papacy and the Creation of the Visconti Myth, La Vie culturelle, intellectuelle et scientifique à la cour des Papes d’ Avignon - 2006

    Lordship, Reform, and the Development of Civil Society in Medieval Italy: The Bishopric of Orvieto, 1100–1250, by David Foote, Speculum - 2006

    Baldus degli Ubaldi and the Infeudation of Biscina: The Original Bulls Rediscovered, VI centenario della morte di Baldo degli Ubaldo 1400–2000 - 2005

    Italian Gothic Sculpture for CAA Reviews, by Anita Moskowitz, College Art Association Reviews - 2002

    A House Divided: San Pietro in Ciel d’Oro in Pavia and the Politics of Pope John XXII, Journal of Medieval History - 2001

    Mausoleo de san Agustin: Un emblema de la supremacia papal (The Tomb of St. Augustine: an Emblem of Papal Supremacy), Augustinus - 1999

    How I Got Married, Had a Kid, Got Tenure, and Lived to Tell, The Family Track - 1998

    To the Victors Goes the Hagiography: The Frescoes at Cistercian and the Vitae Galgani, Cîteaux, commentarii cistercienses - 1997

    Martha Holt: An Art of Sense and Place, Woman’s Art Journal - 1993

    I veri figli di Agostino: Gli affreschi della chiesa di Sant’Agostino a Gubbio (The True Sons of Augustine: The Frescoes from the Church of Sant’Agostino in Gubbio), Arte e Spiritualità negli Ordini Mendicanti. - 1992

    Gli affreschi di San Leonardo al Lago [The Frescoes at San Leonardo al Lago: A Study in Augustinian Iconology], Arte Cristiana - 1992

    Ambrogio Lorenzetti's Massa Marittima Maestà: An Augustinian Interpretation, SOURCE - 1989

    Contextual Art History: The Illusion of Precision, SOURCE - 1989

    Martha Holt: Woman Trees, American Ceramics - 1988

    Frederick Rhead, Ceramics Monthly - 1987

    Frederick Hurten Rhead: An English Potter in America - 1986

    An Englishman in America: Frederick Hurten Rhead, American Ceramics - 1986

    Martha Holt, Arts Magazine - 1982

    Martha Holt, Arts Magazine - 1980

    Early Masaccio: A Hypothetical, Lost Madonna and a Disattribution [co-author with James Stubblebine, et al], Art Bulletin - 1980

    Education

    Ph D, Art History, Rutgers University

    MA, Art History, Rutgers University

    BA, Latin American Studies, Brooklyn College