The posthumous publication of Anne-Marie Sankovitch's PhD dissertation (Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, 1991) on the Parisian church of Saint-Eustache is a gift for those architectural historians interested in the complex panorama of early French Renaissance architecture and, more generally, in the architecture of late medieval and early modern Europe. Sankovitch's study is preceded by a series of short essays by Krista de Jonge, Jean Guillaume, Étienne Hamon, and Marvin Trachtenberg, the volume's editor, that help to contextualize the author's pioneering contributions within the abundant recent literature in the field.1 Sankovitch's original bibliography has been updated to include the most relevant recent publications.

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