Online Resources: Teaching Art History

In light of our current global crisis, most of us are facing drastic changes to every area of our lives—including how we study art and interact with teachers, students, and colleagues. The International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA) has pulled together a fantastic master list of online resources for art history academics and enthusiasts. BrowseContinue reading “Online Resources: Teaching Art History”

CFP: Within and Without the Manuscript, deadline 22 May 2020

Within and without the manuscript: interactions between illumination and the other arts Université de Lausanne October 22nd-23rd, 2020 Due April 19, 2020 May 22, 2020 Since at least the 1960s, book illumination has been fully recognized as an important sector of the arts and as an integral part of the historical studies of the book.Continue reading “CFP: Within and Without the Manuscript, deadline 22 May 2020”

CFP: Medieval Passions and Proclivities, Deadline 5 June, 2020

Southeastern Medieval Association, 2020 Conference Spartanburg, South Carolina November 5-7, 2020 Hosted by Wofford and Converse Colleges Plenary Speakers: Michelle M. Sauer, University of North Dakota Wan-Chuan Kao, Washington and Lee University The Southeastern Medieval Association (SEMA) will hold its 2020 conference on November 5-7, 2020, with the theme of “Medieval Passions and Proclivities.” ProposalsContinue reading “CFP: Medieval Passions and Proclivities, Deadline 5 June, 2020”

Resources: Index of Medieval Art open to all until June 1, 2020

We are all aware that researchers, students, curators, and others in the field are adjusting to new (and at times difficult) working conditions due to COVID-19. In light of this, the Index of Medieval Art by Princeton University is now open-access until June 1, 2020. The database can be accessed at https://theindex.princeton.edu/.  Take advantage ofContinue reading “Resources: Index of Medieval Art open to all until June 1, 2020”

CFP: (In)materiality in Medieval Art, Deadline: 15 May 2020

Ovid’s aphorism “Materiam superabat opus”, evoked throughout the Middle Ages and beyond, reveals the special consideration given to skill, technique and craft in the artistic creation processes. Thus, ingenuity and mastery have been privileged qualities in our approach to works of art, according to a restricted vision assumed by Art History as a discipline. However,Continue reading “CFP: (In)materiality in Medieval Art, Deadline: 15 May 2020”

Call for Submissions: Eikón / Imago, deadline 30 April 2020

Researchers at the Complutense University of Madrid are looking for articles for their journal. Edited by the CAPIRE Research Team, Eikón / Imago Scientific Journal is an annual academic publication whose research interest focuses on iconography and visual culture, from a thematic scope that encompasses the forms and meanings of the images of any era,Continue reading “Call for Submissions: Eikón / Imago, deadline 30 April 2020”

Seminar: One Year Later: Notre Dame, Luhring Augustine, New York (available online)

On April 15, 2019, the cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris caught fire. The world watched as one of its most beloved medieval monuments burned. We were all reminded that not only is it a miracle that medieval architecture has survived into the 21st century, but that art and architecture (like all other tangible, materialContinue reading “Seminar: One Year Later: Notre Dame, Luhring Augustine, New York (available online)”

CFP: Manufacturing the Past, Deadline 10 June 2020

The Department of Art History of the European University, St. Petersburg October 8 – 10, 2020 Due June 10, 2020 In 2018 the international conference History and Its Images, organized by the Department of Art History of the European University at St. Petersburg, was dedicated to Francis Haskell’s seminal book of the same title, whichContinue reading “CFP: Manufacturing the Past, Deadline 10 June 2020”

CFP: On Materiality and the Virtual (a virtual symposium), NYU University, deadline April 15, 2020

Following on last year’s theme Out of Place / Out of Time, the Medieval and Renaissance Graduate Student Interdisciplinary Network (MARGIN) is proud to announce the theme of our 2020 MARGIN Symposium: Materiality and the Virtual. The Symposium will take place virtually via Zoom on May 1. A link for the symposium will be sentContinue reading “CFP: On Materiality and the Virtual (a virtual symposium), NYU University, deadline April 15, 2020”