The scholarly catalogue for this exhibition, of 240 pages with all of the works represented in color or black and white, is published by the McMullen Museum and distributed by University of Chicago Press.

You may order a catalogue through the Boston College Bookstore for $39.95.

The range of catalogue essays underscores the interdisciplinary appeal of Munch's works:

Catalogue Contents:

Dr. Nancy Netzer: Director's Preface

Dr. Jeffery Howe: "Introduction: Munch in Context", and "Nocturnes: The Music of Melancholy and the Mysteries of Love and Death"

Dr. Katherine Nahum: "'In Wild Embrace': Attachment and Loss in Edvard Munch"

Dr. Claude Cernuschi: "Sex and Psyche, Nature and Nurture, The Personal and the Political: Edvard Munch and German Expressionism"

Dr. Vanessa Rumble, "The Scandinavian Conscience: Kierkegaard, Ibsen, and Munch"

Dr. Stephen Schloesser, S.J., "From Spiritual Naturalism to Psychical Naturalism: Catholic Decadence, Lutheran Munch, and Madone Mystérique

Scott Cummings: "'A Strange Boulder in the Whirpool of Theater': Edvard Munch, Max Reinhardt, and Ghosts"

Crystal Tiala: "Notes on the Reconstruction of a Scenic Designer's Model for Ibsen's Ghosts"

Daniel Brunet: "Edvard Munch: A Biographical Chronology"