Conference: ‘From Global to Local: Conques as a Crossroads (9th–13th c.)’, In person and online, Hunter College, CUNY, 11-12 July 2022

This conference explores the expanded cultural context of medieval Conques through the work of internationally renowned scholars. This conference explores the expanded cultural context that made Conques a major crossroads of premodern Europe. As one of the fundamental stops on the road to Compostela, Conques flourished during the 11th and 12th centuries and has maintainedContinue reading “Conference: ‘From Global to Local: Conques as a Crossroads (9th–13th c.)’, In person and online, Hunter College, CUNY, 11-12 July 2022”

Call for Applications: Host the 23rd Annual Vagantes Conference in 2024, Deadline 31 August 2022

The Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies is now accepting applications for their 2024 host institution. The conference is an interdisciplinary graduate student conference focusing on the Middle Ages. It is entirely organized and run by graduate students. Vagantes is a unique opportunity to showcase the Medieval Studies community at your institution, as well as toContinue reading “Call for Applications: Host the 23rd Annual Vagantes Conference in 2024, Deadline 31 August 2022”

Conference: ‘Death and Dying’, Harlaxton Medieval Symposium 2022, 15th-18th August 2022

The Harlaxton Symposium is an interdisciplinary gathering of academics, students and enthusiasts which meets annually to celebrate medieval history, art, literature and architecture through a programme of papers selected around a chosen theme. This year’s symposium will be convened by Dr Christian Steer and Dr Jenny Stratford.

Conference: ‘Transitions 2022’, Centre for Medieval Studies Postgraduate Conference, University of Bristol, 29th-30th April 2022

After the success of the 2021 ‘Rules and Regulations’ and ‘Disruption’ Conference, the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Bristol invites you to yet another highly topical conference in the longest standing medievalist PGR conference series: the 2022 Transitions Conference.

Conference: ‘The Book at the Bodleian: Whence, Where, Whither?’, University of Oxford, 25th April 2022, 11:00-18:00 GMT

At “The Book at the Bodleian”, these nine Lyell Fellows come together for the first time to reflect on developments in their respective fields and present their current research.

Conference: ‘The Presence of the Object: A Colloquium in Honour of Charles T. Little’, Columbia University and Online, 5th – 6th May 2022

Originally scheduled for April 2020 and twice postponed due to pandemic restrictions for in-person gatherings, the colloquium will take place as a hybrid event with speakers gathering at Columbia University and talks broadcast via Zoom.

Conference: ‘Rythmes et Résonances: Les objets sonores au Moyen Âge’, DFK Paris and Online, 18th-20th May 2022

The conference ‘Rythmes et Resonances: Les objets sonores au Moyen Age’ will take place from 18th to 20th May 2022 at the Centre allemand d’histoire de l’art – DFK Paris, 45 rue des Petits Champs, 75001 Paris, and online.

Online Conference: ‘(Re)Conceptualizing Communities’, First Annual Symposium Hosted by the Consortium Medievalists, 2nd April 2022, 10:00 – 18:00 EST

The First Annual Symposium Hosted by the Consortium Medievalists: (Re)Conceptualizing Communities will take place on Saturday, April 2nd, 2022 via Zoom.

Online conference: British Archaeological Association’s Romanesque conference: ‘Image & Narrative in Romanesque Art’, 28–30 March 2022

The seventh in the British Archaeological Association’s Romanesque conference series, Image and Narrative, is taking place at the British School at Rome. It will be available on Zoom.