British Archaeological Association student travel grants, deadline 25 May 2023

The British Archaeological Association invites applications from students registered on post-graduate degree courses to apply for their student travel grants.

British Archaeological Association Research Awards, deadline 1 June 2023

The British Archaeological Association invites applications for research awards of up to £1,500. These are designed to assist those who might otherwise have difficulty in funding or completing a research project and is therefore not open to students registered on degree courses, or those in full-time employment for whom research is an expectation written into their employment contract.

Lecture series: Oxford Medieval Visual Culture Seminar (Trinity Term 2023), St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford, Thursdays 5.15 p.m (BST)

This terms Oxford Medieval Visual Culture Seminar focuses on ‘The Smiling Pages: Illuminated Manuscripts’

New Publication: ‘Dans le manuscrit et en dehors: Échanges entre l’enluminure et les autres arts (IX e -XVI e siècles)’, edited by Michele Tomasi

This new book explores the relationship between illumination and other arts by considering significant cases from the Carolingian era to the Renaissance, passing from Paris to Bologna, from the Alps to the Mediterranean.

Hybrid Symposium: Consortium Medievalists: ‘Sensory Experiences Across Medieval Communities’, Fordham University, New York, Saturday 6 May 2023

The Consortium Medievalists is excited to invite you to our 2023 symposium, Sensory Experiences Across Medieval Communities, on May 6 2023.

Lecture: ‘Reflections on the Cushion Capital’ with Dr Richard Plant, Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland (CRSBI) Annual Lecture, Courtauld Institute of Art, Vernon Square Campus, 24th April 2023, 6.30pm-8.30pm (BST)

Join the Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland (CRSBI) for their Annual Lecture with Dr Richard Plant.

Hybrid Lecture: ‘Maintenance Work & the Long Life of Materials in Medieval Art’ with Dr Jessica Barker, University of York, King’s Manor, Tuesday 9 May 2023, 5.30pm (BST)

In this lecture Dr Jessica Barker (The Courtauld Institute) will explore an extraordinarily detailed set of maintenance instructions set down by an early sixteenth-century English bishop which offer a remarkable window onto the practicalities of historical conservation procedures, as well as metaphysical ideas about the transience of the material world.