This symposium aims to promote interrelationships between disciplines for the study of the image. Concretely, we propose an approach that addresses both the meaning of the image and its cultural function in different contexts, from innovative perspectives.
The Research Centre for European Philological Tradition invites proposals their upcoming seminar series: ‘Bibles, Gospels, Breviaries and Books of Hours’.
Papers will be organised in panels, according to common topics or areas of interest. At the end of the workshop, a round table will allow the general discussion and the results will be finalised in a report and through a mindmap, which will contribute in the public debate concerning the topics of the workshop.
The BAA invites proposals by postgraduates and early career researchers in the field of medieval history of art, architecture, and archaeology.
Masaryk University welcomes papers for their upcoming conference which centres on the place of Armenian arts and culture within the Late Antique Mediterranean space.
The Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies at Durham University asks for paper submissions for its upcoming History of the Book Conference online, 8th-9th September 2021.
The British Archaeological Association invites papers for their 2022 International Romanesque conference which will take place at the British School at Rome.
Postgraduate students and early career researchers from various disciplines (history, archaeology, history of art, epigraphy and palaeography) are particularly encouraged to participate. Emphasis will be given to interdisciplinary approaches.
The conferences invites participants to look at the printed book and manuscript as an archival phenomenon in terms of content (accumulation of knowledge) and form (accumulation of books). The conference is also aimed at the reflection on the creation of the book and its structure, the press, its dynamics in socio-cultural processes, highlighting the role of the author, publisher, distributor, reader, and book collector.
Eikón / Imago requests paper submissions for their 2022 issue: ‘Pre-Modern “Pop Cultures”? Images and Objects Around the Mediterranean (c. 350–1918)’. Special Guest Editors will be Ivan Foletti, Zuzana Frantová, and Adrien Palladino.