CFP: Conquest and Construction: Architecture and Landscapes in the Medieval Mediterranean, Architecture Space and Society Research Centre, Birkbeck (University of London), March 1, 2019

CFP deadline: Monday 3 December 2018 Much recent scholarship on the medieval Mediterranean focuses on shifting borders and cultural identities. Conquest is one of the causes of such shifts. This one-day symposium will examine how the consequences of conquests were manifested in conquered cities and landscapes, asking how conquerors responded to their new environments and how conqueredContinue reading “CFP: Conquest and Construction: Architecture and Landscapes in the Medieval Mediterranean, Architecture Space and Society Research Centre, Birkbeck (University of London), March 1, 2019”

Conference: Mobility and conflict in the Mediterranean, UNED, Madrid, October 26, 2018

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP Mobility and conflict in the Mediterranean: sociability networks and artistic creation in the Late Medieval and Early Modern periods UNED, Madrid 26 de octubre de 2018. 9.30. Presentación SESIÓN 1: Alteridades móviles: La visión del otro en la literatura y el arte Modera: Juan Carlos Ruiz Souza (UCM) 10:00-10:20: Representando al otro: tejidosContinue reading “Conference: Mobility and conflict in the Mediterranean, UNED, Madrid, October 26, 2018”

Call for Papers: Religious identities in conflict? Coexistence, Exchanges and Confrontations in the Mediterranean in the 12th-18th centuries (University of Valencia, 7-8 May 2015)

The question of “identity”, as well as the integration of minorities under a specific legal, political and religious framework is one of the most relevant topics in international research. This conference will focus on the multidisciplinary analysis of the evolution of this trans-cultural reality, specifically on the mechanisms for integration and exclusion existing during theContinue reading “Call for Papers: Religious identities in conflict? Coexistence, Exchanges and Confrontations in the Mediterranean in the 12th-18th centuries (University of Valencia, 7-8 May 2015)”