Online Lecture: ‘The Anatomy of Ritual: Votive Body Parts in Greco-Roman Antiquity and Beyond’, The Warburg Institute, 8th June 2021 17:30 – 19:00 GMT

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.

Online Lecture: What should historians do in the next decade of the climate crisis?, 1st June 2021 (15:30-17:30 GMT)

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.

Online Lecture: Subterranean Hagia Sophia: Revealing the Waters Below the Hagia Sophia, 1st June 2021 17:00 pm GMT

This talk will explain the relation of subterranean structures to the water supply system and present their 3D models and a short documentary. 

Online Lecture: ‘The Use of Salisbury in the Long 12th Century (1075-1225): A Preliminary Revaluation’, 24th May 2021, 17:15 GMT

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.

Online Lecture: Byzantine Ship Design and Its Legacy in the West: Transmission and Application of Shipbuilding Knowledge in Venice and Beyond, 17th May 2021 5:30 pm CST

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”.

Online Lecture: The Construction and Destruction of a Saint: Thomas Becket, 25th May 2021, 17:30-18:30 GMT

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.

Online Lecture: ”more busines to fynd out what should be read, then to read it when it was founde out’: A Material History of the Bible in Late Medieval and Early Modern England’ (11th May 2021, 17:30 pm GMT)

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.

Online Lecture: Across the Margin: Finding a New Page from Jean Bourdichon’s Hours of Louis XII (28th May 2021, 1 pm EST)

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.

Online Lecture: ‘Auro, argento, aere perennius: Byzantine Art in & through Coins 4th–15th Centuries’ with Dr Cécile Morrisson, 9 April 2021, 12pm (EST)

Join Yale for their up-coming Lectures in Late Antique and Byzantine Art and Architecture series.

Online Lecture: ‘Re-thinking Archives and Archivality in the Medieval Islamicate’ with Fozia Bora, Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman & Modern Greek Studies University of Birmingham, 23 March 2021, 14:00 – 16:00 (GMT)

Fozia Bora presents ‘Re-thinking Archives and Archivality in the Medieval Islamicate’.