The Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies (SIMS) at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries is pleased to announce the 14th Annual Lawrence J. Schoenberg Symposium on Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age.
Join Jeffrey F. Hamburger for a lecture to celebrate the opening of ‘Imperial Splendor: The Art of the Book in the Holy Roman Empire, ca. 800–1500.’
Join Professor Marcus Milwright from the University of Victoria for his paper on ‘Representing Architecture in early Islam: The San’a’ Qur’an Frontispieces’
This conference will examine medieval diagrams as autonomous objects, and the visual and material features that allow them to function as independent entities.
The London Society for Medieval Studies is excited to announce their 2021 Autumn Programme!
This conference will discuss fragments and frameworks, actual and conceptual, in art history and related disciplines, and address emerging questions in digital humanities.
This panel sets out to examine and compare the impact of royal patronage on the visual, material, and textual features of manuscripts produced across Africa, Asia, Mesoamerica and Europe during the ‘Global Middle Ages.’
The Art Gallery of Ontario welcomes applications for the Thomson Curatorial Fellowship in European Art, a two-year position beginning in 2022.
‘Imperial Splendor’ accompanies the exhibition at the Morgan Library and Museum with the same title. This book presents in beautiful colour the fascinating history of book production and use within the Holy Roman Empire over the course of 700 years.
Cuadernos de la Alhambra invites proposals for their upcoming issue.