Ton Geerts is Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Netherlands Institute for Art History, The Hague.
Robert J. Gemmett is Professor of English, State University of New York, Brockport.
Beckford’s Fonthill The Rise of a Romantic Icon (2003)
Dreams, Waking Thoughts and Incidents (2006)
Modern Novel Writing, or the Elegant Enthusiast (2009)
Michael Gervers is Professor of History at the University of Toronto.
The Hospitaller Cartulary in the British Library (Cotton MS Nero E VI). A Study of the Manuscript and its Composition, with a Critical Edition of Two Fragments of Earlier Cartularies for Essex (1981)
The Cartulary of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem in England, Secunda Camera: Essex (1982)
Conversion and Continuity: Indigenous Christian Communities in Islamic Lands, Eighth to Eighteenth Centuries (1990; co-edited with R.J. Bikhazi)
The Second Crusade and the Cistercians (1992; editor)
Nomadic Diplomacy, Destruction and Religion from the Pacific to the Adriatic (1994; co-edited with W.Schlepp)
The Cartulary of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem in England, part 2, Prima Camera: Essex (1996)
Cultural Contact, History and Ethnicity in Inner Asia (1996; co-edited with W. Schlepp)
Historical Themes & Current Change in Central & Inner Asia (1999; co-edited with W. Schlepp)
Dating Undated Medieval Charters (2000)
Religion, Customary Law and Technology among the Nomads (2000; co-edited with W. Schlepp)
Tolerance and Intolerance: Social Conflict in the Age of Crusades (2001; co-edited with J.M. Powell)
Continuity and Change in Central and Inner Asia (2002; co-edited with W. Schlepp)
Cultural Interaction and Conflict in Central and Inner Asia (2004; co-edited with U.E. Bulag and G. Long)
History and Society in Central and Inner Asia (2005; co-edited with U.E. Bulag and G. Long)
Traders and Trade Routes of Central and Inner Asia: The ‘Silk Road’, Then and Now (2007; co-edited with U.E. Bulag and G. Long)
The Exploitation of the Landscape of Central and Inner Asia, Past, Present and Future (2008; co-edited with U.E. Bulag and G. Long)
The Zagwe Palatine Church of Yemrehanna Krestos (Lasta, Ethiopia); its Historical and Art Historical Context (Forthcoming 2010; with E. Balicka-Witakowska)
David J. Getsy is the Goldabelle McComb Finn Distinguished Professor of Art History at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Body Doubles: Sculpture in Britain, 1877-1905 (2004)
Rodin: Sex and the Making of Modern Sculpture (2010)
Scott Burton: Collected Writings on Art and Performance, 1965-1975 (2012)
Gibson is Professor of Art History Emeritus, Case Western Reserve
Walter Gibson is Professor of Art History Emeritus, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland.
Figures of Speech: Picturing Proverbs in Renaissance Netherlands (2010)
Michaela Giebelhausen is a Senior Lecturer in the History of Art at the University of Essex.
Javier Gimeno-Martínez is Assistant Professor at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.
Achim Gnann is curator of Italian art at the Albertina in Vienna. He recently published a catalogue raisonné of drawings by Parmigianino and is currently working on an exhibition of drawings by Michelangelo which will take place at the Albertina from October 2010 to January 2011.
Tony Godfrey is Programme Director for the MA in Contemporary Art course at Sotheby’s Institute, Singapore.
Painting Today (2009)
Elizabeth Goldring is an Associate Fellow of the University of Warwick’s Centre for the Study of the Renaissance.
Court Festivals of the European Renaissance: Art, Politics, and Performance (2002; co-editor)
‘The Funeral of Sir Philip Sidney and the Politics of Elizabethan Festival’ in: J. R. Mulryne and E. Goldring, Court Festivals of the European Renaissance: Art, Politics, and Performance (2002)
‘An Important Early Picture Collection: The Earl of Pembroke’s 1561/2 Inventory and the Provenance of Holbein’s Christina of Denmark’, The Burlington Magazine (2002)
‘The Earl of Leicester and Portraits of the duc d’Alençon’, The Burlington Magazine (2004)
‘Portraits of Queen Elizabeth I and the Earl of Leicester for Kenilworth Castle’, The Burlington Magazine (2005)
‘“So lively a portraiture of his miseries”: Melancholy, Mourning, and the Elizabethan Malady’, The British Art Journal (2005)
The Progresses, Pageants, and Entertainments of Queen Elizabeth I (2007; co-editor)
‘“So iust a sorrowe so well expressed”: Henry, Prince of Wales and the Art of Commemoration’ in: T. Wilks, ed., Prince Henry Revived: Image and Exemplarity in Early Modern England (2007)
‘“In the cause of his God and true religion”: Sir Philip Sidney, the Sequitur celebritas, and the Cult of the Protestant Martyr’ in: T. Hamling and R. Willaims, eds., Art Re-formed: Re-assessing the Impact of the Reformation on the Visual Arts (2007)
‘The Earl of Leicester’s Inventory of Kenilworth Castle, c.1578’, English Heritage Historical Review (2007)
‘Portraiture, Patronage, and the Progresses: Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, and the Kenilworth Festivities of 1575’ in: J. Archer, E. Goldring and S. Knight, eds., The Progresses, Pageants, and Entertainments of Queen Elizabeth I (2007)
‘“A mercer ye wot az we be”: The Authorship of the Kenilworth Letter Reconsidered’, ELR: English Literary Renaissance (2008)
The Intellectual and Cultural World of the Early
Modern Inns of Court (2011) John Nichols’s ‘The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth I’: A New Edition of the Early Modern Sources, 5 vols (Forthcoming; general editor) Painting and Patronage at the Elizabethan Court: Robert Dudley, Earl
of Leicester and his World (Forthcoming)
The Intellectual and Cultural World of the Early Modern Inns of Court (2011)
John Nichols’s ‘The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth I’: A New Edition of the Early Modern Sources, 5 vols (Forthcoming; general editor)
Painting and Patronage at the Elizabethan Court: Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester and his World (Forthcoming)