The last decades have witnessed an increased interest in research on the relationship between women and violence in the Middle Ages, with new works both on female criminality and on women as victims of violence. The contributions of gender theory and feminist criminology have renewed the approached used in this type of research. Nevertheless, manyContinue reading “Conference Programme: Women and Violence in the Late Medieval Mediterranean, ca. 1100-1500, 27 September 2019”
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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”
Join us for the first British Archaeological Association Post-graduate Conference. 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 BAA postgraduate conference offers an opportunity for research students at all levels from universities across the UK andContinue reading “BAA Post-Graduate Conference – Saturday 23rd November 2019”
An interdisciplinary conference exploring the sensory experience of pilgrimage throughout history and across cultures.
Student Scholarships available for the British Archeological Association’s Shrewsbury Conference, 15-19 July, 2019 The 2019 BAA Conference will explore the art, architecture and archaeology of medieval Shrewsbury and north Shropshire. Lectures will include papers on subjects as varied as late Roman Shropshire, Shrewsbury’s medieval topography, the patronage, art, architecture and archaeology of medieval churches inContinue reading “Scholarship: British Archeological Association Shrewsbury Conference 2019”
Conference & Poetry Reading: Remembering the Middle Ages? April 5-6, 2019 2 Locations: Bush House, Aldwych, King’s College London The London Global Gateway, 1-4 Suffolk Street, University of Notre Dame A partnership between the University of Notre Dame (London Global Gateway) and King’s College London, ‘Remembering the Middle Ages? Reception, Identity, Politics’ asks speakers andContinue reading “CONF: Remembering the Middle Ages? Reception, Identity, Politics”
Society of Architectural Historians Annual International Conference, 2019 Providence, RI, April 24 – 28, 2019 Architectural and art historians, architects, preservationists and museum professionals from around the world will meet in Providence, R.I., April 24–28, 2019, for the 72nd Annual International Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians. Over 600 SAH members will convene atContinue reading “CONF: SAH 2019 Annual International Conference (Providence, 24-28 Apr 19)”
5th International Conference for PhD Students and Recent PhD Graduates: “Revolution and Revolutions in Art” Deadline: Apr 15, 2019 The University of Ljubljana, The Center for Iconographic Studies, The University of Belgrade, and The University of Split, introduce their 5th International Conference for PhD students and Recent PhD graduates, Revolution and Revolutions in Art. Challenging PhDContinue reading “CFP: Revolution and Revolutions in Art (Ljubljana, 12-14 Sep 19)”
A symposium to be held in conjunction with the exhibition ‘Innovation in Stone: Medieval Stone Sculpture from the Van Horne Collection’ at Sam Fogg (April 26th, 2019; 4:00 – 6:00 pm). The exhibition presents stone sculpture, gathered together over several decades by the New York collectors Alexandra and Charles van Horne. Formerly occupying prominent placesContinue reading “Conference: Innovation in Stone: Medieval Stone Sculpture from the Van Horne Collection, Sam Fogg, London, April 26th, 2019”
Size mattered in medieval art. Whether building a grand gothic cathedral or carving a minute boxwood prayer bead, precisely how big to make it was a principal concern for medieval artists, their patrons, and audiences.