Genius Loci: The Politics of Pre-Modern Architectural Style Session, International Meeting of the European Architectural History Network, Edinburgh, 10–13 June 2020 Frequently encountered in the historiography of pre-modern architecture is the theme of genius loci – a paradigm in which factors such as climate, local resources, and local traditions are understood as determinative for theContinue reading “CFP: International Meeting of the European Architectural History Network in Edinburgh in June 2020”
Collecting, Curating, Assembling: New Approaches to the Archive in the Middle Ages will take place at the University of St Andrews on 13-14 September 2019, and is jointly held by the School of Art History, SAIMS and the University’s Special Collections Division. Please send all queries to email@example.com. Friday 13 September [Venue: Napier Reading Room, Martyrs Kirk, NorthContinue reading “Conference: Collecting, Curating, Assembling: New Approaches to the Archive in the Middle Ages, St Andrews Uni, 13-14 September 2019”
We are excited to present a diverse conference which includes postgraduates and early career researchers in the fields of medieval history of art, architecture, and archaeology.
The British Archaeological Association invites proposals by postgraduates and early career researchers in the field of medieval history of art, architecture, and archaeology.
The British Archaeological Association will hold the sixth in its series of biennial International Romanesque conferences in association with the Dommuseum in Hildesheim on 14-16 April, 2020. The theme is Romanesque and the Year 1000, and the aim is to examine transformation in art and architecture in the years to either side of the millennium.
16 October, Lisa Monnas Vestments and Textiles in Hans Memling’s ‘God with Singing and Music-making Angels Three large panels in the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Antwerp, painted by Hans Memling in the 1480’s, represent a heavenly scene framed by clouds, which part to reveal the central figure of God attended by sixteen singing andContinue reading “Lecture Series: Murray Seminars at Birkbeck, Autumn 2019”
54th International Congress on Medieval Studies University of Western Michigan, Kalamazoo, Michigan May 9-12, 2019 Session Organizers: Joseph Salvatore Ackley (University of Arkansas) and Eliza Garrison (Middlebury College) Long marginalized in the anglophone tradition of medieval art history, the study of Carolingian and Ottonian art has recently generated, over the last two decades, a strikingContinue reading “CFP: New Directions in Carolingian and Ottonian Art: Assessing the Field (I-II) (Kalamazoo, 2019)”
The Other Half of Heaven: Visualizing Female Sanctity in East and West (c. 1200-1500) I-II An ICMA-sponsored session at the 54th ICMS (International Congress of Medieval Studies) Kalamazoo, 9-12 May 2019 If, according to the well-known Chinese proverb, women hold half the sky, did medieval female saints hold half of heaven? In her book ofContinue reading “CFP: ICMA-sponsored session at 54th ICMS (Kalamazoo, 9-12 May, 2019)”
Intersectional Medievalisms 54th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 9 to 12, 2019 Organizers: Bryan C. Keene (The J. Paul Getty Museum) and Benjamin C. Tilghman (Washington College) Sponsored by The J. Paul Getty Museum The close ties between medieval revivalism and the construction of cultural identities have long been recognized. The appropriation ofContinue reading “CFP: Intersectional Medievalisms (54th International Congress on Medieval Studies, 9-12 May 2019)”
— German — Zürich. Fünfte Schweizerische Geschichtstage, 5.-7. Juni 2019, 05. – 07.06.2019 Deadline: Aug 31, 2018 Teuer – teurer – unbezahlbar: Kommunaler Kirchenbau im späteren Mittelalter Kommunale Kirchenbauten des späteren Mittelalters prägen bis heute das Bild mitteleuropäischer Städte. Die ressourcenverbrauchenden Bauprojekte wurden vor allem von den jeweiligen Bürgerschaften getragen, da die Einnahmen aus kirchlichen Abgaben beiContinue reading “CFP: Panel Swiss history day (Zurich, 5-7 June 2019)”