CFP: ‘Same Old Things? Re-Telling the Italian Renaissance’, London, 3 May 19

Courtauld Institute of Art London, May 3, 2019 Deadline: Jan 28, 2019 Same Old Things? Re-Telling the Italian Renaissance Even today, the history of art is largely dominated by narratives that are for the most part style-based. They tell a story that is teleological, ever-progressive, and structured around influential artistic centres. Within this framework, theContinue reading “CFP: ‘Same Old Things? Re-Telling the Italian Renaissance’, London, 3 May 19”

Conference: La pierre et l’image. Les disciplines en synergie pour mieux dater les édifices du Moyen Âge (XIIe-XVe s.), Université de Lausanne, October 25–27, 2018

Depuis quelques décennies l’archéométrie et l’archéologie du bâti connaissent un développement conjoint remarquable. Appliquées aux édifices médiévaux, ces disciplines aident de manière substantielle à leur compréhension : si l’étude des élévations permet de restituer la progression, l’économie et l’organisation du chantier, les méthodes de l’archéométrie permettent, lorsque les matériaux chronologiquement significatifs sont conservés, d’obtenir une datationContinue reading “Conference: La pierre et l’image. Les disciplines en synergie pour mieux dater les édifices du Moyen Âge (XIIe-XVe s.), Université de Lausanne, October 25–27, 2018”

CFP: Illustrating Love: From Myth to Manual, Athens, GA, March 22–23, 2019

Deadline: Nov 30, 2018 Call For Papers Illustrating Love: From Myth to Manual UGA Emerging Scholars Symposium—March 22-23rd, 2019 Keynote Speaker: Dr. Paul Barolsky Submissions Due: November 30, 2018 The Association of Graduate Art Students (AGAS) at the University of Georgia, in partnership with the Georgia Museum of Art, invites emerging scholars to submit proposalsContinue reading “CFP: Illustrating Love: From Myth to Manual, Athens, GA, March 22–23, 2019”

Conf.: The Palace Unveiled The Royal Palace in Palermo and other centres of power in the medieval Mediterranean

Assamblea regionale siciliana and Fondazione Federico II announce International Conference The Palace Unveiled The Royal Palace in Palermo and other centres of power in the medieval Mediterranean    and the Arabo-Norman Cultural Week  Palermo, Palazzo Reale   26 June – 1 July 2018    Maria Andaloro Jeremy Johns Ruggero Longo William Tronzo IL PALAZZO DISVELATO_SETTIMANA_MAIL_INVITO

CONF: An Abbey Between Two Worlds San Nicolò in San Gemini and the Dislocation of Monumental Artworks in the first Half of the 20th Century (8-9 June 2018)

To mark the 50th anniversary of the Abbey’s restoration (1967-2017), the conference will address the phenomenon of legal exportation and reinstallation of monumental complexes and oversized artworks in the first half of the 20th century. The Abbey’s portal, which arrived in the United States in 1936 and stands today at the entrance of the medieval collection ofContinue reading “CONF: An Abbey Between Two Worlds San Nicolò in San Gemini and the Dislocation of Monumental Artworks in the first Half of the 20th Century (8-9 June 2018)”

Call for Papers: Negotiation the Past. Islamic Heritage in Italy and Spain – Venice 1-2/02/2019 (Deadline 30/04/2018)

The conference will focus on the discussion about the Islamic heritage in Italy and Spain and its later reception in the post-Islamic context. Sharing an Islamic past, both countries display this heritage in different ways through art and architecture. As cultural contact zones, Italy and Spain had a rich Islamic tradition, which has been adoptedContinue reading “Call for Papers: Negotiation the Past. Islamic Heritage in Italy and Spain – Venice 1-2/02/2019 (Deadline 30/04/2018)”

New Publication: San Michele in Monte Laureto a Putignano. La grotta dell’Angelo e la cultura pittorica angioina nel meridione barese, by Marcello Mignozzi

A new book on the theme of Angevin Art in Southern Italy has just been published. In San Michele in Monte Laureto a Putignano. La grotta dell’Angelo e la cultura pittorica angioina nel meridione barese, Marcello Mignozzi reconstructs the history of the rupestrian church of Saint Michael in Monte Laureto in Putignano (Apulia), Italy, investigatingContinue reading “New Publication: San Michele in Monte Laureto a Putignano. La grotta dell’Angelo e la cultura pittorica angioina nel meridione barese, by Marcello Mignozzi”

JOB: Academic Assistant (Postdoc), KHI Florence

Florence, 01.09.2018 Application deadline: Feb 28, 2018 The Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck-Institut – Department Alessandro Nova – is pleased to announce a call for applications for the position of Academic Assistant (Postdoc) Starting in September 2018, the position is offered for three years. We are looking for an excellent candidate who has successfully completedContinue reading “JOB: Academic Assistant (Postdoc), KHI Florence”

Call for papers: Italia e Francia, Francia e Italia: Scambi culturali, 2018

Deadline: Jan 15, 2018 A dicembre 2018 RELIEF (www.revue-relief.org) e INCONTRI (www.rivista-incontri.nl), due riviste internazionali e peer reviewed che si occupano rispettivamente di cultura francese e italiana, pubblicheranno giuntamente due numeri collegati dallo stesso tema: gli scambi culturali tra l’Italia e la Francia dal Medioevo fino ad oggi. La religione, la politica, le scienze eContinue reading “Call for papers: Italia e Francia, Francia e Italia: Scambi culturali, 2018”

CFP: 5th Annual Jane Fortune Conference: The Colors of Paradise. Painting Miniatures in Italian Convents, ca. 1300-1700, The Library of San Marco, Florence, October 11 – 12, 2018

Call for Papers: 5th Annual Jane Fortune Conference: The Colors of Paradise. Painting Miniatures in Italian Convents, ca. 1300-1700, The Library of San Marco, Florence, October 11 – 12, 2018T Deadline: 15 January, 2018 5th Annual Jane Fortune Conference The Colors of Paradise. Painting Miniatures in Italian Convents, ca. 1300-1700 This conference is co-organized by The Medici Archive Project andContinue reading “CFP: 5th Annual Jane Fortune Conference: The Colors of Paradise. Painting Miniatures in Italian Convents, ca. 1300-1700, The Library of San Marco, Florence, October 11 – 12, 2018”