Anna Sulowska (1613), Pabianice





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Commemorating the Polish Renaissance Child: Polish Funeral Monuments and their European Context (2011). Ashgate Publishing

East Meets West at the Crossroads of Early Modern Europe (2009) Grazyna Jurkowlaniec and Jeannie Labno (eds). University of Warsaw.

Renaissance (2008), Art Spotlights series. The Ivy Press, UK.

Chapter in Edited Volume

‘Remembering the Polish Renaissance child—in memoria’. In: Culture of Memory in East Central Europe in the Late Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period (2008), University Library of Poznań.

‘Patterns of patronage in Polish funeral monuments for children, c.1525–1600’, in Power & Persuasion: Sculpture in its Rhetorical Context, Szulakowska, U. (ed.) (Warsaw, 2004), pp.27–36.

Journal Articles

‘The monumental body and visual presentation of the child in Renaissance Poland,’ Ikonoteka (in press).

‘The Polish putto & skull on funeral monuments to Renaissance children: rudiments of laughter, grotesque bodies and mythic boundaries’, Renaissance Studies. (2009), 23(3):354-376.

‘Shifting borders, conceptual identities and cultural boundaries: child commemoration in Renaissance Poland’, ARS (2007), 2: 185–193.

‘Child monuments in Renaissance Poland’, The Sixteenth Century Journal, The Journal of Early Modern Studies (2006), XXXVII/2: 351–374.
http://escj.truman.edu/contentlist.php - search for 'Renaissance Poland'

‘Baranów Sandomierski’. Cracow (Polish Culture and Customs), 1999, 5: 39–40.

For more details on publications, email jjlabno@jjlabno.co.uk