David Simon photo
 

Professor Emeritus
E-Mail: dlsimon@colby.edu
 

EDUCATION

PhD Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
MA Boston University
BA Boston University
 

AREA OF EXPERTISE

Ancient and Medieval art history
 

TEACHING

Boston University: 1973-1974
State University of New New York, College at Cortland: 1974-1981
Colby College: 1981-2013
 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
 

P. J. E. Davies, F. F. Hofrichter, J. Jacobs, A. M. Roberts, and David L. Simon, Janson’s Basic History of Western Art, 9th ed. (Boston: Pearson, 2014)
 

“Text and Image and Romanesque Sculpture,” in Rosa Alcoy et al., Le plaisir de l’art du Moyen Age: commande, production et réception de l’oeuvre d’art: mélanges en homage à Xavier Barral i Altet (Paris: Picard, 2012), 910-916
 

“Art for a New Monarchy: Aragon in the Late Eleventh Century,” Anales de Historia del Arte (Alfonso VI y el arte de su época, volumen extraordinario, 2011), 367-390
 

Penelope J. E. Davies, Walter B. Denny, Frima Fox Hofrichter, Joseph F. Jacobs, Ann M. Roberts, and David L. Simon, Janson’s History of Art: The Western Tradition, 8th ed. (Upper Saddle River: Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2011)
 

“La catedral de Jaca,” Románico 10 (2010): 47-54 (translation by María Baztán Vázquez)
 

David L. Simon, José Francisco García, Luis Miguel Frej, Pilar Bellido Navarro, eds. El espacio en la Edad Media (Uncastillo: Fundación Uncastillo, 2008)
 

Domingo Buesa Conde and David L. Simon, La condesa Doña Sancha y los origenes de Aragón (Zaragoza: Ibercaja, 1995)
 

“La Catedral de Jaca,” Romanico 10 (2010): 47-54
 

“A Moses capital at Jaca,” Miscelánea Joaquín Yarza Luaces (2001): 209-219
 

“El tímpano de la Catedral de Jaca,” XV Congreso de Historia de la Corona de Aragón 3 (1996): 405-419
 

“Late Romanesque Art in Spain,” in The Art of Medieval Spain A.D. 500-1200 (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art), 198-204
 

“San Adrián de Sasave and sculpture in Altoaragón,” in Romanesque and Gothic: Essays for George Zarnecki (Woodbridge, Suffolk; Wolfeboro, NH: Boydell Press, 1987), 179-184
 

“Romanesque Sculpture in North American Collections, XXIV: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 4: Pyrenees,” Gesta 25 (1986): 245-247
 

“Romanesque Sculpture in American Collections, XXI: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1: Spain,” Gesta 23 (1984): 145-159
 

“Still More by the Cabestany Master,” The Burlington Magazine 121 (1979): 108-111
 

“Le sarcophage de doña Sancha à Jaca,” in Les cahiers de Saint-Michel de Cuxa 10 (1979): 107-124
 

“Daniel and Habakkuk in Aragon,” Journal of the British Archaeological Association, series 3, 38 (1975): 50-54
 

“Roland, the Moor, the Pilgrim, and Spanish Romanesque Sculpture,” Acta: Proceedings of the SUNY Regional Conferences in Medieval Studies 2 (1975): 104-118