Call for Journal Submissions: First Issue of the Belvedere Research Journal, Deadline 30 September 2022

We are inviting the first round of submissions to the newly founded Belvedere Research Journal (BRJ), a peer-reviewed, open access e-journal. We seek articles that shed new light on the visual culture of the former Habsburg Empire and Central Europe broadly defined from the medieval period to the present day. We especially welcome contributions thatContinue reading “Call for Journal Submissions: First Issue of the Belvedere Research Journal, Deadline 30 September 2022”

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Fellowship (Pre-announcement): Early Career Fellowships in Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), Deadline March 2023

This is a pre-announcement and the information may change. The opportunity opens in late 2022. The closing date is to be confirmed. Apply for funding to conduct research at cultural and heritage institutions. You must: be an early career researcher have either a doctorate in a relevant subject or equivalent professional experience and skills haveContinue reading “Fellowship (Pre-announcement): Early Career Fellowships in Cultural and Heritage Institutions, Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), Deadline March 2023”

Job Opportunity: Associate Lecturer in History of Medieval Art, University of York, Deadline 19 June 2022

Department The Department of History of Art at the University of York seeks to appoint an Associate Lecturer in History of Medieval Art for a 17-month period from September 2022, to provide replacement teaching for Dr Hanna Vorholt, who has been awarded a Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship. The Department of History of Art is oneContinue reading “Job Opportunity: Associate Lecturer in History of Medieval Art, University of York, Deadline 19 June 2022”

Job Opportunity: Associate Lecturer (Teaching) in Medieval Manuscripts and Documents, Department of History, UCL, Deadline 24 June 2022

Part Time: 7.3 hours per week (20% FTE) Fixed Term: The post is available from 1 September 2022 and funded for 12 months in the first instance. UCL History is recruiting for the post of Associate Lecturer (Teaching) to teach the following MA level module: Medieval Manuscripts and Documents Medieval Manuscripts and Documents introduces UCL MA studentsContinue reading “Job Opportunity: Associate Lecturer (Teaching) in Medieval Manuscripts and Documents, Department of History, UCL, Deadline 24 June 2022”

Call for Papers: International Conference ‘Metamorphoses and uses of the same past and formation of identities in Europe from the 14th century to the 1980s: shared, in competition, or antagonistic memories’, AGRELITA, Deadline 15 September 2022

The ERC research program AGRELITA (The Reception of Ancient Greece in pre-modern French Literature and Illustrations of Manuscripts and Printed Books (1320-1550) : How invented memories shaped the identity of European communities) is a transdisciplinary research program : literature, art history, political, cultural and social history, memory studies, European studies. It focuses on different modesContinue reading “Call for Papers: International Conference ‘Metamorphoses and uses of the same past and formation of identities in Europe from the 14th century to the 1980s: shared, in competition, or antagonistic memories’, AGRELITA, Deadline 15 September 2022”

Job Opportunity: Associate Lectureships in Art History Pre-1800, University of St Andrews, Deadline 27 May 2022

The University of St Andrews is seeking to appoint two full-time Associate Lecturers with expertise in the history of art, architecture, urbanism or visual culture in the period before 1800. These are fixed-term posts replacing permanent members of staff on leave. We encourage applications from candidates whose work takes a transnational, cross-cultural or multidisciplinary approach.Continue reading “Job Opportunity: Associate Lectureships in Art History Pre-1800, University of St Andrews, Deadline 27 May 2022”

Roundtable: ‘Rethinking the Legacies of 1492’, with Jerrilynn Dodds, Charlene Villaseñor Black, Giuseppe Marcocci, and Tom Nickson, Department of History of Art, University of Oxford, 30 May 2022, 4:00-6:00 BST

When: 30 May 2022, 4:00-6:00 BST Where: Old Library, All Souls College, Oxford A roundtable exploring events and exhibitions in the US, Spain & Italy. With Jerrilynn Dodds, Charlene Villaseñor Black, Giuseppe Marcocci, and Tom Nickson. Chaired by Gervase Rosser. Organised by Costanza Beltrami. Open to all, no booking required.

Fellowship: Post-Doctoral Fellow in Byzantine Coins, Dumbarton Oaks, Deadline 15 June 2022

Dumbarton Oaks invites applications for a Post-Doctoral Fellow to work with the museum team on projects relating to cataloging, publication, and exhibition of the coin collection. The successful candidate will receive training in digital cataloging, collections management, and exhibition planning. They will catalogue the newly acquired Mansfield and Shaw collections of early Byzantine coins, describing,Continue reading “Fellowship: Post-Doctoral Fellow in Byzantine Coins, Dumbarton Oaks, Deadline 15 June 2022”

Lecture: ‘Memento mori Imagery and the Limits of the Self in Late Medieval Europe’, The Courtauld Research Forum, London and Online, 26 May 2022, 5:30 BST

When: Thursday, 26 May 2022, 5:30 – 7:00 BST Where: Lecture Theatre 1, Vernon Square, and online via Livestream Book here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/memento-mori-imagery-and-the-limits-of-the-self-in-late-medieval-europe-tickets-330551748177 Objects bearing memento mori themes were abundant in Europe in the decades immediately around the year 1500. The material properties of these objects – the matter from which they were formed, the apparentContinue reading “Lecture: ‘Memento mori Imagery and the Limits of the Self in Late Medieval Europe’, The Courtauld Research Forum, London and Online, 26 May 2022, 5:30 BST”

New Publication: ‘Urnes Stave Church and Its Global Romanesque Connections’, edited by Kirk Ambrose, Griffin Murray and Margrete Syrstad Andås

This book situates the art and architecture of the stave church of Urnes within a global perspective and aims to reinvigorate scholarly interest and debate in one of the world’s most important churches. Urnes is the oldest and best known of the Norwegian stave churches. Despite its rich sculptural program, complex building history, fine medievalContinue reading “New Publication: ‘Urnes Stave Church and Its Global Romanesque Connections’, edited by Kirk Ambrose, Griffin Murray and Margrete Syrstad Andås”