The international conference of the ERC project HornEast (Horn & Crescent. Connections, Mobility and Exchange between the Horn of Africa and the Middle East in the Middle Ages). The project offers the first comprehensive study of medieval connections between the Horn of Africa and the Middle East in both Christian and Islamic contexts.
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Conference: Encountering Other People: Material Religion and Cultural Exchanges in Medieval Accounts of Asia, University of Fribourg, 3rd May 2023
This conference contextualizes the experiences of travellers within the religious landscape of Medieval Asia.
Colloquium: Revisiting the Cloisters Cross: A One-day Colloquium, Courtauld Institute of Art, Vernon Square, London, Friday 12th May 2023, 10.30am-6.30pm (BST)
This one-day colloquium, jointly held by the British Archaeological Association and The Courtauld, will review and extend the debates about the origins and history of the Cloisters Cross.
Symposium: ‘Bringing the Holy Land Home’, Rehm Library College of the Holy Cross, Saturday 25 March 2023
In conjunction with the Cantor Art Gallery exhibition, Bringing the Holy Land Home, this daylong symposium explores the impact that the Crusades had on medieval western Europe.
Conference: ‘New Translations and Indirect Reception of Ancient Greece (Texts and Images 1300-1560), 19-20 January 2023, Lille, France
The ERC AGRELITA team is delighted to present the programme of the workshops “New Translations and indirect Reception of Ancient Greece (Texts and Images, 1300-1560)” Organization : Catherine Gaullier-Bougassas (University of Lille, ALITHILA, ERC AGRELITA) Location: Sciences Po Lille, France : Amphithéâtre La Boétie, niveau 0 PROGRAMME Jeudi 19 janvier -10h Accueil -10h15 Introduction, CatherineContinue reading “Conference: ‘New Translations and Indirect Reception of Ancient Greece (Texts and Images 1300-1560), 19-20 January 2023, Lille, France”
Hybrid Seminar: ‘The Education of a Christian Woman (1523) in the Construction of the Image of Female Power of Queen Mary I of England’, 24-25 January 2023, London & Zoom
Sponsored by Arte, Poder y Género Research Group, BritishSpanish Society, Instituto Cervantes and University College London, this international seminar takes place 24-25 January 2023, and celebrates the 500-year anniversary of the first publication of The Education of a Christian Woman. It will focus on its patron, author, and dedicatee as well as address its impact onContinue reading “Hybrid Seminar: ‘The Education of a Christian Woman (1523) in the Construction of the Image of Female Power of Queen Mary I of England’, 24-25 January 2023, London & Zoom”
Online conference: The Art Museum in the Digital Age, online/Vienna 16-20 January 2023
The Belvedere Research Center is continuing its conference series on the digital transformation of art museums with its fifth event on the topic. While the 2022 conference challenged binary concepts such as analog/ digital, this year’s event critically examines the imagined cultural metaverse. In four thematic sessions and an on-site workshop, the lectures deal withContinue reading “Online conference: The Art Museum in the Digital Age, online/Vienna 16-20 January 2023”
Conference: ‘Trans-National Connections: Vernacular Architecture in Britain & Beyond’, 7th-8th January 2023 (Deadline 15 December 2022)
The Vernacular Architecture Group’s winter conference, normally open to members and their guests only, is this year open to all.
Conference: ‘Inventing Past Narratives. Venice and the Adriatic Space’, 12th December 2022
This conference aims to explore the dialogue between Venice and the Adriatic area from a specific perspective: of the construction of the past.
Online Conference: ‘Medieval Coming Attractions’, International Center of Medieval Art, 15 November 2022 12:00 ET
Please join the Friends of the ICMA for the latest in a series of special online events on Tuesday, November 15, 2022 at 12:00 pm ET (9:00 am PT; 5:00 pm GMT; and 6:00 pm CET). The hour-long program will preview three medieval exhibitions scheduled to open in 2023, each introduced by its curator in charge.