Online Lecture: ‘Globalising Anglo-Saxon Art’ with Professor Jane Hawkes, University of York History of Art department, 3 November 2021, 4.00pm (GMT)

Join Professor Jane Hawkes for the online lecture ‘Globalising Anglo-Saxon Art’.

Online Lecture: ‘The Medieval World with the Women Written Back In’ with Dr Janina Ramirez, Art History Festival, 20 September 2021, 8-9pm (BST)

As part of the Art History Festival, Janina Ramirez will discuss her forthcoming book, Femina, and introduce the audience to the important women that have been written out of history.

Online Lecture: ‘Romanesque Sculpture in Devon and Cornwall’, with Dr Alex Woodcock, The Society for Church Archaeology, 7 September 2021, 19–20pm (BST)

The Society for Church Archaeology welcomes Dr Alex Woodcock for ‘Romanesque Sculpture in Devon and Cornwall’

Online Lecture: ‘Sliding Doors: Considering the symbolic significance of decorated thresholds in Early Medieval Churches’, with Dr Meg Boulton, The Society for Church Archaeology, 4 August 2021, 19–20pm (BST)

The Society for Church Archaeology welcomes Dr Meg Boulton for ‘Decorated Thresholds in Early Medieval Churches’

Online Lecture: ‘Manuscript journeys: from German lands to digital libraries’, Bodleian Libraries, 7 July 2021, 5.30-6.45pm (BST)

This event marks the completion of a three-year digitization project delivered by the Bodleian Libraries, Oxford and the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbuttel. The ‘Manuscripts from German-Speaking Lands’ project, funded by The Polonsky Foundation, has digitized hundreds of medieval manuscripts from collections at The Herzog August Bibliothek and the Bodleian and made these freely available online to scholars and the public.

Online Event: The Guelph Treasure, Historic Significance & Legal Implications, International Center of Medieval Art, 28 June 2021, 12pm (EST)

A Special Online Event Presented by Friends of the International Center of Medieval Art.

Online Lecture: ‘Relocating the Holy Places: Jerusalem in Early Medieval Europe’, with Professor Julia Smith, 24 June 2021, 17:30 (BST)

Discover how small portable objects enabled biblical sites to be relocated in Early Medieval Europe. Historian Julia Smith of the University of Oxford will discuss the various uses mobile objects were put to, as well as the significance attributed to them.

Online Lecture: ‘Vault Design at Ely Cathedral, Ely’ with Alex Buchanan and Nick Webb, 29 June 2021, 14–15pm (BST)

The Tracing the Past project at the University of Liverpool, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, has spent the past seven years recording and analysing vaults in England. This lecture will introduce the project and share some of its key findings in relation to Ely Cathedral.

Online Lecture: ‘Becket: charismatic cathedral & sacred storytelling’ with Professors Paul Binski & Alixe Bovey, British Museum, 30 Jun 2021, 17.30–18.30 (BST)

This conversation, between art historians Paul Binski and Alixe Bovey, will explore the way Becket’s universality as a martyr was embodied in the architecture of Canterbury Cathedral, evoking the heroic age of early Christian martyrdom. 

Online Lecture: ‘Representing Dante’s Steps in Illuminated Manuscripts of the Divine Comedy’ with Dr Lucy Donkin, Murray Seminar at Birkbeck, 30 June 2021, 16:45–18:30 (BST)

Join Dr Lucy Donkin for ‘Representing Dante’s Steps in Illuminated Manuscripts of the Divine Comedy’