Sonja Drimmer will present Bard Graduate Center’s The Global Middle Ages Seminar on Wednesday, February 9, at 12.15pm (ET)/5:15pm (GMT). Her online talk is entitled “The King’s Rollodex.” A persistent myth in the history of the book in the west is that the roll gave way to the codex. This idea is often encountered inContinue reading “Online lecture: ‘The King’s Rollodex’, by Sonja Drimmer, Bard Graduate Center’s The Global Middle Ages Seminar, 9 February 2022, 12.15pm (ET) / 5.15pm (GMT)”
Bard Graduate Center (BGC) invites scholars from university, museum, and independent backgrounds with a PhD or equivalent professional experience to apply for non-stipendiary visiting fellowships, to be held during the 2021–22 academic year. BGC Visiting Fellowships, which are intended for scholars who have already secured means of funding, provide scholars with workspace in the BGCContinue reading “Fellowship: Bard Graduate Center Visiting Fellowships, 2021-2022”
Bard Graduate Center (BGC) is pleased to announce its annual Fields of the Future fellowship and mentorship program, which aims to help promote diversity and inclusion in the advanced study of the material world.
Call for Papers: Art and Ideology in the Twelfth-Century Western Mediterranean A Symposium at Bard Graduate Center, New York City, 14 October 2016 Supported by the Trehan Fund for Islamic Art and Material Culture co-sponsored by the Spain-North Africa Project In the twelfth century, new powers emerged throughout the Western Mediterranean, from the Almohads of NorthContinue reading “CFP: Art and Ideology in the Twelfth-Century Western Mediterranean (NYC, 14 October 2016)”
Upcoming symposium at the Bard Graduate Center (BGC) that might be of interest, The Material Text in Pre-Modern and Early Modern Europe, to take place on March 5. This symposium will consider inscribed texts from antiquity to the modern period with the aim of articulating shared problems or issues related to materiality, legibility, and literacy andContinue reading “Bard Graduate Center: The Material Text in Pre-Modern and Early Modern Europe”