Preface 1. Introduction: Images in Action 2. Image and Identity: Personhood, Self and Other 3. Imaging Gender: Iconographies of Difference 4. Materiality and Meaning 5. Thinking with Beasts 6. Dreaming Monsters and Shamanic Shape-Shifters 7. Paths of Perception: Ways of Seeing, Ways of Telling 8. Resistant Iconographies: Post-Colonial Perspectives Postscript: Images Unlocked? References
Miranda Aldhouse Green is Professor of Archaeology at University of Wales College, Newport. Her main research interests are in the material culture of ritual and religion in the European Iron Age and western Roman provinces. Her previous publications include Symbol and Image in Celtic Religious Art , Exploring the World of the Druids, and Dying for the Gods.
'[Aldhouse Green] is to be congratualted on bringing together such a wide ranger of examples of iconographic art ... The book is well-written and readable.' -- Britannia