Call for Sessions: Mary Jaharis Center Sponsored Panel, 4th Forum Medieval Art

Call for Sessions: Mary Jaharis Center Sponsored Panel at the 4th Forum Medieval Art, Berlin and Brandenburg, September 20–23, 2017. Deadline: May 9, 2016 The Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and Culture seeks proposals for a Mary Jaharis Center sponsored session at the 4th Forum Medieval Art, Berlin and Brandenburg, September 20–23, 2017. The biannualContinue reading “Call for Sessions: Mary Jaharis Center Sponsored Panel, 4th Forum Medieval Art”

Conference: II INTERNATIONAL MEETING MAGISTRI CATALONIAE: Art and Ceremony in the Latin West and the Byzantine East, Universitat Autònoma of Barcelona, 27 April 2016

Conference: II INTERNATIONAL MEETING MAGISTRI CATALONIAE: Art and Ceremony in the Latin West and the Byzantine East, Universitat Autònoma of Barcelona, 27 April 2016. The II INTERNATIONAL MEETING MAGISTRI CATALONIAE will be held next 27 April 2016 at the Facultat de Filosofia i Lletres of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB). This meeting has been organizedContinue reading “Conference: II INTERNATIONAL MEETING MAGISTRI CATALONIAE: Art and Ceremony in the Latin West and the Byzantine East, Universitat Autònoma of Barcelona, 27 April 2016”

Edinburgh College of Art Trecento seminar, Artist and Authorship (6 May 2016)

6th May 2016 10:00 – 17:00 Hunter Lecture Theatre, Edinburgh College of Art, 74, Lauriston Place , Edinburgh Convened by Claudia Bolgia and Luca Palozzi from the School of History of Art This one-day international research seminar on ‘Artist and Authorship’ is designed to take stock of the field, showcase award-winning, original research and discussContinue reading “Edinburgh College of Art Trecento seminar, Artist and Authorship (6 May 2016)”

Lecture series: Visibility and presence of the Image in Ecclesiastical Space

Lecture series: Visibilité et présence de l’image dans l’espace ecclésial, INHA Paris, March 24 – June 16, 2016. The analysis of medieval Church space requires wide-ranging consideration of mounmental and ritual context. Current research focuses on the reception of images, and on the visibility and legibility of images. Both in the Latin West and in Byzantium, considerationContinue reading “Lecture series: Visibility and presence of the Image in Ecclesiastical Space”

International Symposium on the Freisinger Lukasbild: A Byzantine Icon and Its Millenary History

Conference: Internationales Symposium zum Freisinger Lukasbild: Eine byzantinische Ikone und ihre tausendjährige Geschichte, Diözesanmuseum, Freising, Germany, April 21-22, 2016. Registration closes April 7, 2016. The Treasury of the Cathedral of Freisinger has held since 1440 a Byzantine icon with a priceless metalwork frame, traditionally attributed to the hand of St Luke. The international Symposium willContinue reading “International Symposium on the Freisinger Lukasbild: A Byzantine Icon and Its Millenary History”

Call for Sessions: ‘360° – Places, Boundaries, Global Perspectives,’ IV Forum Medieval Art

Call for Sessions: ‘360° – Places, Boundaries, Global Perspectives,’ IV Forum Medieval Art, Berlin and Brandenburg, September 20 – 23, 2017 Deadline: June 1, 2016. The 4th Forum Medieval Art will focus on research at the geographical and methodological boundaries of classical medieval studies. The various venues in Berlin and Brandenburg are the starting point, where, onContinue reading “Call for Sessions: ‘360° – Places, Boundaries, Global Perspectives,’ IV Forum Medieval Art”

Conference Review: Seals and Status 800-1700 (British Museum)

From December 4-6, the British Museum was host to Seals and Status 800-1700. Though most topics were centered on the European Middle Ages, the program included speakers on Byzantium who broadened the European context and one each on Southeast Asia and China who provided global breadth. Likewise, the central focus temporally was medieval, but theContinue reading “Conference Review: Seals and Status 800-1700 (British Museum)”

Conference cycle: Visibility and presence of the iamge in the ecclesiastical space: Byzantium and the Western Middle Ages. Paris, 18 February – 16 June 2016

Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art, salle Vasari, 2 rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris, February 18, 2016, February 18 – June 16, 2016 Cycle de conférences Visibilité et présence de l’image dans l’espace ecclésial. Byzance et Moyen Age occidental Les jeudis 18 février, 24 mars, 19 mai et 16 juin 2016 INHA, salle Vasari (salle Jullian le 16 juinContinue reading “Conference cycle: Visibility and presence of the iamge in the ecclesiastical space: Byzantium and the Western Middle Ages. Paris, 18 February – 16 June 2016”

CFP: Dialogue and Difference in the Middle Ages (University of Bristol, February 25-6, 2016)

Dialogue and Difference is an interdisciplinary conference bringing together scholars from all fields to explore the ways in which cultural, social, political, religious, scientific and intellectual exchange and interaction unfolded throughout the Middle Ages. Dialogues took place both across borderlines and within the heart of medieval societies, in monasteries, universities, courts and market places asContinue reading “CFP: Dialogue and Difference in the Middle Ages (University of Bristol, February 25-6, 2016)”

Study day: A Study Day on Medieval Greek Liturgy and Liturgical Art (British Museum, 31st October 2014)

When:  Friday, October 31, 2014 from 930am until 445pm Where:  Sackler Room B, British Museum Programme:  There are six presentations of thirty minutes, each followed by a ten minute questions period, plus an introduction and a handling session of related objects by Museum Curator Chris Entwistle. The presenters are: Professor Liz James (University of Sussex) – IntroductionContinue reading “Study day: A Study Day on Medieval Greek Liturgy and Liturgical Art (British Museum, 31st October 2014)”