Concference: L’espace sacre au sein de l’eglise medievale (Paris, 5-6 Jun 18)

Conference: L’espace sacre au sein de l’eglise medievale Maison Archéologie Ethnologie René Ginouvès – Université Paris Nanterre, June 5 – 06, 2018 « L’espace sacré au sein de l’Eglise médiévale » Colloque du 5 et 6 juin 2018 – Université Paris Nanterre – Maison Archéologie Ethonologie René Ginouvès  Postulat : Les rites liturgiques articulent la structure matérielle d’unContinue reading “Concference: L’espace sacre au sein de l’eglise medievale (Paris, 5-6 Jun 18)”

Announcement: Society for the Study of the Church Interior

What is the study of the church interior? The church was a highly meaningful site for pre-Modern European society. As architectural sites accessible to all strata of society, church buildings provided contexts for interaction between social classes and genders, and settings for a wide variety of religious and non-religious activities. From an art-historical perspective, theContinue reading “Announcement: Society for the Study of the Church Interior”

Call for papers: International Postgraduate Workshop on Religious Architecture (Leifers, 4-8 June 2015)

The workshop addresses postgraduate students, who are preparing a thesis on any topic related to medieval church architecture between the 9th and 14th century. It aims to be a platform for the discussion of individual research projects and current results. The circle of participants is intended to include art historians and building researchers as wellContinue reading “Call for papers: International Postgraduate Workshop on Religious Architecture (Leifers, 4-8 June 2015)”

Medieval Art at the Mellon – the Ranworth rood screen

As the Mellon Centre for British Art continues to increasingly expand their focus beyond the eighteenth century, the first in a planned series of One Object, Three Voices will focus on the spectacular painted rood screen at Ranworth. The church, a short distance outside Norwich, is outstanding even among the screens of the county as aContinue reading “Medieval Art at the Mellon – the Ranworth rood screen”