The Vernacular Architecture Group’s winter conference, normally open to members and their guests only, is this year open to all.
This conference aims to explore the dialogue between Venice and the Adriatic area from a specific perspective: of the construction of the past.
This project delves into the medieval objects once gathered in ecclesiastical treasuries in order to highlight long-distance and transcultural networks, shining a light on issues of broad relevance for scholarship and society today.
In partnership with the Rare Book Department of the Free Library of Philadelphia, the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies (SIMS) at the University of Pennsylvania is pleased to announce the 15th Annual Lawrence J. Schoenberg Symposium on Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age.
Join the London Medieval Society in collaboration with KCL CLAMS as we explore trade in the Middle Ages.
The Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (France Stele Institute of Art History), the University of Vienna and the University Jean-Monnet in Saint-Étienne cordially invite you to submit your proposals for the international conference “The Potential of Prosopography for Historical and Art Historical Studies on the Charterhouses and the Carthusian Order”.Continue reading “Call for Papers: The Potential of Prosopography for Historical and Art Historical Studies on the Charterhouses and the Carthusian Order, Ljubljana on August 23-25, 2023. (Deadline: 30 September 2022)”
The Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies is now accepting applications for our 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 Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies”
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.
Registration is now open for NYU MARGIN’s 2022 Graduate Symposium.
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.