This event is part of the A Material World: Devotion events series, which brings together academics and heritage professionals from a wide range of disciplines to discuss issues concerning historical devotional materials, their conservation, presentation, display, and reconstruction.
The final seminar of this year’s Anthropocene Histories series will be a panel discussion with Andreas Malm (Lund), Julia Adeney Thomas (Notre Dame), and Ling Zhang (Boston College), online on 1st June 2021 from 15:30-17:30 BST.
This talk will explain the relation of subterranean structures to the water supply system and present their 3D models and a short documentary.
This preliminary revaluation of the Use of Salisbury at the first cathedral will consider the evidence of three earlier sources that have received less attention from scholars.
The Wittgenstein Project Team will host a virtual lecture and discussion with Lilia Campana, featuring her current work on “Byzantine Ship Design and Its Legacy in the West: Transmission and Application of Shipbuilding Knowledge in Venice and Beyond”.
This discussion explores the meteoric canonisation of Thomas Becket, his subsequent veneration and the destruction of his reputation during the Reformation in the Tudor period.
The final installment of the 2020-2021 London Medieval Manuscripts Seminar (hosted by the Institute of English Studies, University of London) is Tuesday 11th May 2021 at 17:30 pm GMT. Eyal Poleg from Queen Mary University London will delivering the lecture.
This talk will begin by revealing a stunningly beautiful and previously unknown detached miniature from a royal Book of Hours created by the court artist Jean Bourdichon around 1498.
Join Yale for their up-coming Lectures in Late Antique and Byzantine Art and Architecture series.
Fozia Bora presents ‘Re-thinking Archives and Archivality in the Medieval Islamicate’.