Crossing Lines between the Mediterranean, the 'Ecclesia specularis', and the Self: Notes on a Recent Book on Opicino de Canistris



Note on Sylvain Piron, Dialectique du monstre. Enquête sur Opicino de Canistris, Brussels: Éditions Zones Sensibles, 2015. 

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Opicinus de Canistris, Historiography, Avignon Papacy, Art and Madness.

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Posted: 2018-03-30