The conference will sum up the status quaestionis of research into Syriac art and architecture and spell out major desiderata for the field going forward.
The Department of History at Williams College seeks to make a tenure-track appointment in medieval European history, to start July 1, 2022.
The BAR Open Access in Archaeology Award 2021 comprises the free open access publication of the winning entry.
Papers are sought that examine the emotional, social, gendered, and cultural contexts of mourning among Christians, Muslims, and Jews across the medieval Mediterranean.
The University of Zurich invites applications for a professorship in Mediterranean archaeology with a focus on Greek and Roman archaeology.
The session invites speakers to focus on the brokering and shaping of Slavic Christian culture, power, religion and language, as its comes to the surface in these types of sources.
The conference will run in a hybrid form.
This session invites papers from diverse fields to interrogate how memory, legacy, and myths of the Middle Ages live on today, in tangible or intangible ways.
The professorship focuses on the field of Economic and Social History of the Late Medieval and Early Modern Ages (13th–17th centuries).
This session invites submissions on all forms of art and architecture including from Latin, Byzantine, and Islamic contexts.