Lecture: Un trésor de l’Arsenal : la Bible de Saint-Jean d’Acre

6 février 2018 – 18h15-19h30 Galerie Colbert, auditorium Institut national d’histoire de l’art 2, rue Vivienne ou 6 rue des Petits Champs 75002 Paris Lorsque Saint Louis s’installe à Saint-Jean d’Acre entre 1250 et 1254, la cité cosmopolite où se côtoient chrétiens, juifs et musulmans, est la ville la plus florissante du Royaume latin de Jérusalem. MaisContinue reading “Lecture: Un trésor de l’Arsenal : la Bible de Saint-Jean d’Acre”

CFP: 15th International Springtime Academie

Die ausführliche Fassung dieser Ausschreibung finden Sie unter www.proartibus.net oder www.inha.fr Die vom Internationalen Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte organisierte 16. Frühjahrsakademie wird vom 18. bis 23. Juni 2018 zum Thema „Kunst und Politik“ in Gedenken an den Mai 1968 stattfinden, der sich 2018 zum 50. Mal jährt. Diese einwöchige Veranstaltung ermöglicht es Master-Studierenden, Doktoranden und Post-Docs unterschiedlicher Disziplinen, dieContinue reading “CFP: 15th International Springtime Academie”

Workshop: Doctoral Students Open Day at the British Library – Pre-1600 Collections, 5 February 2018

A reminder for PhD students with research interests relating to the ancient, medieval and early modern worlds: the British Library’s Doctoral Open Day for our pre-1600 collections will take place on 5 February 2018. The day is aimed at first-year doctoral students who would like to learn more about finding and using our collection materialContinue reading “Workshop: Doctoral Students Open Day at the British Library – Pre-1600 Collections, 5 February 2018”

CFP: Sequitur – BU Graduate Student Art History Journal

Department of History of Art & Architecture at Boston University Deadline: Feb 12, 2018 SEQUITUR Issue 4: 2 Spring 2018 CFP: Extra The editors of SEQUITUR, a graduate student journal published by the Department of History of Art & Architecture at Boston University, invite current graduate students in art history, architecture, fine arts, and related fieldsContinue reading “CFP: Sequitur – BU Graduate Student Art History Journal”

CFP: Digital Humanities for Academic and Curatorial Practice (Rome, 23 – 24 May 18)

Biblioteca Angelica di Roma and American Academy in Rome, Italy, May 23 – 24, 2018 Deadline: Mar 1, 2018 DIGITAL HUMANITIES FOR ACADEMIC AND CURATORIAL PRACTICE The Digital Humanities have challenged all disciplines of Art History to engage with new interdisciplinary methodologies, learn new tools, and re-evaluate their role within academia. In consequence, art historians occupy aContinue reading “CFP: Digital Humanities for Academic and Curatorial Practice (Rome, 23 – 24 May 18)”

Book round-up: A History of the Gutenberg Bible, by Eric Marshall White

The Gutenberg Bible is widely recognized as Europe’s first printed book, a book that forever changed the world. However, despite its initial impact, fame was fleeting: for the better part of three centuries the Bible was virtually forgotten; only after two centuries of tenacious and contentious scholarship did it attain its iconic status as aContinue reading “Book round-up: A History of the Gutenberg Bible, by Eric Marshall White”

CFP: (Re-)Forming Sculpture (Leeds, 26-27 Jun 18)

University of Leeds and The Hepworth Wakefield, June 26 – 27, 2018 Deadline: Mar 16, 2018 Call for Papers for the Association for Art History’s 2-day Summer Symposium organised by the Doctoral and Early Career Research Network. Keynote Speakers: Martina Droth, Deputy Director of Research, Exhibitions, and Publications | Curator of Sculpture, Yale Center for British Art Dr RebeccaContinue reading “CFP: (Re-)Forming Sculpture (Leeds, 26-27 Jun 18)”

Re-opening the Workshop: Medieval to Early Modern (London, 31 Jan-27 Jun 18)

Warburg Institute, Woburn Square, London WC1H 0AB, January 31 – June 27, 2018 Re-opening the Workshop: Medieval to Early Modern Workshop and workshop practices represent a core and dynamic research strand in the history of art. This strand encompasses the study of canonical artists but equally of the anonymous producers whose activities can be deduced from the survivingContinue reading “Re-opening the Workshop: Medieval to Early Modern (London, 31 Jan-27 Jun 18)”

Book roundup: New titles in medieval art

JOANNA CANNON, BETH WILLIAMSON (ed.). Art, Politics and Civic Religion in Central Italy 1261-1352: Essays by Postgraduate Students at the Courtauld Institute of Art, Routledge, 2017 (reedición), 328 p. ISBN: 978-1138702585 This was first published in 2000: Introduced by Joanna Cannon, this volume of essays by postgraduate students at the Courtauld Institute, University of London, explores someContinue reading “Book roundup: New titles in medieval art”

New Publication: St. Albans and the Markyate Psalter: Seeing and Reading in Twelfth-Century England, Edited by Kristen Collins and Matthew Fisher

This volume explores the manuscript’s many contexts, reading its texts and images amidst the rising internationalism of the period, marked by the circulation of objects, ideas, and peoples. Some of the leading scholars of twelfth-century manuscript studies here explore the Markyate Psalter, understanding it through new methodologies, pursuing innovative lines of inquiry.