Organizers: Chair of Medieval and Early Modern Art History at the Institute of Art | Music | Textiles – Department of Art, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Paderborn University, Prof. Dr. Ulrike Heinrichs, and Curator of the Brandenburg Cathedral Chapter, Dr. Cord-Georg HasselmannProject Lead: Prof. Dr. Ulrike Heinrichs On the occasion of the completion ofContinue reading “CFP: ‘The Wall Painting Cycle on the Sciences and Arts in the Brandenburg Cathedral Cloister in its Context: Art Production and Organization of Knowledge around 1450’, Brandenburg an der Havel (29–30 March 2023), deadline 15 November 2022”
The University of Udine and University of Trieste invite proposals for their upcoming conference.
“L’opera non sta mai da sola, è sempre un rapporto” (The artwork never stays alone, it is always a relationship). This enlightening sentence by the Italian art historian Roberto Longhi (1950) emphasizes how every artwork is embedded in a network of relationships with other artworks and the social context where it is placed. Since JoachimContinue reading “CFP: ‘Art Binds Communities in Medieval Europe’, IMC Leeds 2023, deadline 22 September 2022”
The deadlines have been extended for two sessions for the 2023 Leeds IMC.
The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Center at Texas Tech University invites proposals for papers and sessions for an international conference on “Centers and Peripheries: The Global Premodern.”
The Italian Art Society invites applications for the sessions at the 2023 International Congress on Medieval Studies.
The Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies invites proposals for their upcoming conference taking place at Harvard University in 2023.
The American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain (AARHMS) is pleased to announce the organization of a panel at the 2023 International Medieval Congress in Leeds entitled “Relics and Reliquaries in Iberia, c. 1000-1400: Stories, Places, and Identities”.
The Warburg Institute, in collaboration with the Institute of Classical Studies, is hosting its fourth Postgraduate Symposium, Mnemosyne: Forgetting, Remembering, and Rediscovering Classical Antiquity. This is an in-person event for postgraduate students and early-career researchers held in central London.
Proposals are invited for the session: ‘Contested Boundaries: Blurring the Sacred and the Secular in Late Medieval Visual Culture’ at the International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo next year.