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Rozmeri Basic examines a modular way of thinking as a point of departure for the analysis of selected examples of architecture and literature, revealing that the church of St. Donat in Zadar, Croatia, and the Latin figure poetry of Alcuin share some common principles of form.
The Carolingian Renaissance is embodied in Charlemagne's political ambitions for creating a well-organized society through implementing ideas of unity, clarity, order, and reason in a modular way of thinking. This dominant principle creates close relationships between different areas of artistic expression and emphasizes the interdisciplinary nature of the medieval culture in general.
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Dr. Rozmeri Basic is an Associate Professor in the School of Art at the University of Oklahoma in Norman. After earning her undergraduate degree at the University of Belgrade and graduate work at the University of Tokyo and the University of Southern California, she earned her Master's in Art History and her doctorate in Comparative Arts from Ohio University. In 2003 she was the recipient of two prestigious awards: a Fulbright award for research in Egypt, and a grant for publishing support from the Graham Foundation for Advance Studies in the Fine Arts.
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