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”

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Call for Papers: Muslim Subjects and Clients in the Pre-Modern Christian Mediterranean

The Mediterranean Seminar is seeking proposal for two proposed panels, on “Muslim Subjects and Clients in the Pre-Modern Christian Mediterranean,” organized by Abigail Balbale [Bard Graduate Center/University of Massachusetts Boston] and Brian Catlos [Religious Studies, CU Boulder/Humanities, UC Santa Cruz] to be submitted for consideration for the Middle East Association Studies Annual Conference, (November 22-25, 2014 – Washington,Continue reading “Call for Papers: Muslim Subjects and Clients in the Pre-Modern Christian Mediterranean”