The Franklin program is particularly designed to help meet the costs of travel to libraries and archives for research purposes; the purchase of microfilm, photocopies, or equivalent research materials; the costs associated with fieldwork; or laboratory research expenses.
Seeking to utilise the special thematic strand of “Networks and Entanglements” of the 2023 International Medieval Congress in Leeds, we aim to put together a series of sessions that address the topic and question of “African Networks and Entanglements in a ‘Medieval World’”.
Proposals welcome for the session ‘Premodern Parchment’ for the IMC Leeds 2023.
Many today see peace as the absence of war, but to the medieval world peace was far from a pale, negative concept – a lack of violence. Rather it was celebrated as a rich, vibrant ideal. Yet premodern war and violence have attracted much more attention than peace and cooperation, both in the public mediaContinue reading “Call for Papers: Visualizing Peace in the Global Middle Ages, 500-1500 (Deadline: 31 August 2022)”
Thematic focus: Networks and Entanglements This session seeks to explore the sensory approach of the Marian cult as reflected in Eastern and Western Christianity. It aims to examine the private/collective expressions of Marian devotion in relation to the senses (touch, smell, sight, taste, and hearing) that generate forms of spiritual entanglements and mutual dependencies betweenContinue reading “Call for Papers: Marian Devotion and the Senses in the Middle Ages (Deadline: 12 September 2022)”
The Medieval Romance Society is sponsoring several sessions at the 58th International Congress on Medieval Studies, 11-13 May 2023. Please note that Sessions I and III will be in person, while Session II will be in a hybrid format. The Networks of Romance I: Transnational and Global – (In-Person Format) Increased social mobility and technologicalContinue reading “Call for Papers: The Networks of Romance (Deadline: 15 September 2022)”
The ERC GRAPH-EAST project (CESCM, University of Poitiers and CNRS) will sponsor three sessions that explore topics dealing with “Epigraphic Networks and Entanglements in the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean” for the International Medieval Congress 2023 in Leeds, United Kingdom, 3-6 July 2023. The Medieval Mediterranean has long been thought of in terms of networks, circulations, andContinue reading “Call for Papers: Inscriptions as Networks and Entanglements in the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean (Deadline: 15 September 2022)”
The first issue of the new journal “Analekta Stagon kai Meteoron/Analecta Stagorum et Meteororum” was recently published and is available now. An initiative of the Diocesan Academy of the Greek Orthodox Diocese of Stagoi and Meteora, the journal seeks to present and illuminate various unknown or little known aspects of the historical and material heritageContinue reading “New Journal: Analekta Stagon kai Meteoron – Analecta Stagorum et Meteororum 1 (2022)”
The Institute of Art History at the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen has a vacancy for the position of a research assistant (m/f/d; salary group 13 TV-L, 100 %) to be filled. The position is assigned to the Chair of Medieval Art History (Prof. Dr. Andrea Worm). It is initially limited to three years (withContinue reading “Job Opportunity: Research Associate, Institute of Art History, Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen (Deadline: 15 August 2022)”
Art students today know the rules: no solvents in the trash, no clay down the drain, and don’t forget to cure that resin before you toss it! Early modern craftsmen had their own rituals of disposal, too – albeit ones driven more by economies of thrift than by environmental regulation or fire safety. This international,Continue reading “Call for Papers: Wastework at the Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institute for Art History (15-17 March 2023)￼”