Bodily Exclusions? : Winckelmann’s Victims and the Paradox of Form
- Rosa Maria Rodríguez Porto
This contribution is the response piece to a larger dialogue of three articles that form the sixth issue of JOLCEL. The other contributions are “‘Two Styles More Opposed’: Harriet Hosmer’s Classicisms between Winckelmann and Bernini” by Melissa L. Gustin (pp. 1–31), “The Future of Winckelmann’s Classical Form: Walter Pater and Frederic Leighton” by Elizabeth Prettejohn (pp. 33–56), and “Winckelmann in Nineveh: Assyrian Remains at the Age of Classics” by Yannick Le Pape (pp. 58–78).
How to Cite:
Maria Rodríguez Porto, R., (2021) “Bodily Exclusions? : Winckelmann’s Victims and the Paradox of Form”, Journal of Latin Cosmopolitanism and European Literatures 6, 80–87. doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/jolcel.60574