© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 DOI: 10.1163/156852908X357542 Religion and the Arts 12 (2008) 646–654 www.brill.nl/rart RELIGION and the ARTS Recent Critical Articles Albrecht, Robert. “Th e Virgin, the Princess, and the Goddess: A Field Report and Analysis of Pagan and Christian Symbolism in a Roman Catholic Religious Celebration of Northern Chile.” Atlantic Journal of Communication 15.3 (2007): 171–93. Art Bulletin 89.4 (2007) includes the following articles: Barry, Fabio. “Walking on Water: Cosmic Floors in Antiquity and the Middle Ages.” 627–56. Driskel, Michael Paul. “By the Light of Providence: Th e Glory Altar- piece at St. Paul’s Chapel, New York City.” 715–37. Stanford, Charlotte A. “Th e Body at the Funeral: Imagery and Com- memoration at Notre-Dame, Paris, 1304–18.” 657–73. Art History 30.2 (2007) includes the following articles: Hamling, Tara. “To See or Not to See? Th e Presence of Religious Imag- ery in the Protestant Household.” 170–97. Nichols, Tom. “Secular Charity, Sacred Poverty: Picturing the Poor in Renaissance Venice.” 139–69. Art History 30.3 (2007) includes the following articles: Careri, Giovanni. “Time of History and Time Out of History: Th e Sis- tine Chapel as Th eoretical Object.” 326–48. Grootenboer, Hanneke. “Reading the Annunciation.” 349–63. Barsella, Susanna. “Work
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