The Journal of Curatorial Studies announces the formation of an annual EmergingWriter Award to support and mentor new voices in curatorial studies. The Journal invites authors to submit a review of a 2018 exhibition or book that addresses issues relevant to curatorial studies. The winning contribution will be published in the journal and the author will receive a 1-year subscription to JCS.
Artibus et Historiae no. 77 (XXXIX)
232 x 252 mm
Price : 90.00 EUR
Department of History of Art & Architecture at Boston University
Deadline: Feb 12, 2018
SEQUITUR Issue 4: 2
The editors of SEQUITUR, a graduate student journal published by the Department of History of Art & Architecture at Boston University, invite current graduate students in art history, architecture, fine arts, and related fields to submit content on the theme of Extra for the Spring 2018 issue.
Le Bucema 22.1 publié en ligne sur la plateforme OpenEdition Journals est en préparation. Nous vous invitons à soumettre, dès maintenant et avant le 28 février 2018, votre contribution pour ses différentes rubriques en vue de la publication du numéro varia n° 22.1, à paraître en juillet 2018. Pour exemple, le numéro 21.1 (2017) est consultable à l’adresse http://journals.openedition.org/cem/14619
Call for Contributions: ‘The Italian South: Transcultural Perspectives 400-1500,’ CONVIVIUM. Exchanges and Interactions in the Arts of Medieval Europe, Byzantium, and the Mediterranean, special issue edited by Elisabetta Scirocco (Bibliotheca Hertziana – MPI) and Gerhard Wolf (Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – MPI), published March 2018
Deadline for proposals: 20 September 2017
Deadline for article submission: 30 November 2017
This thematic issue of the journal Convivium is dedicated to the Italian South from the 5th to the 15th century. It seeks papers that engage with the specific transcultural dynamics of a geographical and historical area containing highly diverse political, social, and religious entities, as well as with the multi-layered connectivities that can be traced in the Italian South, across the Mediterranean, and beyond.
We invite contributions from Art History, Archaeology, History, Anthropology, Paleography, and related disciplines that deal with the cultural diversity of Late Antique and medieval Southern Italy with special attention to sites, monuments, landscapes, images, and objects, as well as to the visual and aesthetic spheres in general. We are primarily interested in exploring horizontal and vertical dynamics, in terms of time (synchronicity/diachronicity) and space (global/Mediterranean/local scales). Papers with a theoretical and historiographical approach are particularly welcome.
Main topics to be addressed might include:
-Artistic contacts and interactions in the Italian South, in a transregional and global perspective
-Centripetal and centrifugal paths of exchange, transmission, and appropriation
-Cross-cultural migration of objects, images, and techniques among spaces, contexts, and media: practices of reuse, appropriation, and interpretation
-Sites, places, and spaces of cultural interactions, such as cities and courts
-Religious interactions in sacred space and rituals
-Local persistence and reinterpretation of the (antique) past in different political and/or cultural scenarios
-The fascination of the (medieval) Italian South, from the 18th century to the present day
-The notion of “Southern Italian”, as it relates to the study of medieval art, and its historiographical consequences
Convivium V/1 will be published in March 2018.
Contributions (30,000-40,000 characters including spaces, and up to 15 full-color illustrations) must be sent by 30 November 2017 to Karolina Foletti, executive editor of the journal: email@example.com.
Languages accepted: English, French, German, Italian.
Each article will be evaluated through a double-blind peer-review process.
For the Style Guide, please see: http://www.earlymedievalstudies.com/convivium.html
|Encounter: The Flight into Egypt Capital at Autun|
|Mary J. Carruthers|
|“Great Fear”: Epigraphy and Orality in a Byzantine Apse in Cappadocia|
|The Traditio Legis in Late Antiquity and Its Afterlives in the Middle Ages|
|Armin F. Bergmeier|
|An Eschatological Mirror: The Romanesque Portal of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne|
|Michele Luigi Vescovi|
|The Conversion of Kalila and Dimna: Raymond de Béziers, Religious Experience, and Translation at the Fourteenth-Century French Court|
|Invention and Commemoration in Fourteenth-Century England: A Monumental “Family Tree” at the Collegiate Church of St. Martin, Lowthorpe|