Lecture: IHR Seminar Europe 1150-1550: ‘Making Late Medieval Urban History “British”: Networks, Comparisons, and Scale, 3rd March 2022 17:30 GMT

The IHR Europe 1150-1550 seminar returns this Thursday 3rd March at 5.30 pm. Dr Eliza Hartrich (UEA) will speak on ‘Making Late Medieval Urban History ‘British’: Networks, Comparisons, and Scale.’

Online Lecture: The History and Significance of the Byzantine Prothesis Ritual, Nina Glibetić, Zoom, 17th February 2022, 17:00 (EST)

The Mary Jaharis Center is pleased to announce our next lecture: The History and Significance of the Byzantine Prothesis Ritual. In this lecture, Nina Glibetić, University of Notre Dame, discusses the history and development of Byzantine Prothesis ritual. This talk brings together manuscripts in several languages in order to trace the shifts and expansions of theContinue reading “Online Lecture: The History and Significance of the Byzantine Prothesis Ritual, Nina Glibetić, Zoom, 17th February 2022, 17:00 (EST)”

Lecture: ‘Dead Reckoning: The Material Legacy of Eudes of Nevers (d.1266)’, Anne Lester, UCL and Online, 17th March 2022, 17:30-19:00 (GMT)

IHR European History 1100-1550 Lecture Series: Hybrid Meeting – UCL, Cruciform Lecture Theatre 2 & Online via zoom  On 7 August 1266 the crusading Count Eudes of Nevers died in Acre.  Eudes had come to Outremer in 1265 to aid the permanent French garrison maintained in the city, known as the stependarii.  At the time of his death andContinue reading “Lecture: ‘Dead Reckoning: The Material Legacy of Eudes of Nevers (d.1266)’, Anne Lester, UCL and Online, 17th March 2022, 17:30-19:00 (GMT)”

Lecture: ‘The Crivelli Conversation’, Dr Caroline Campbell, Jonathan Watkins and Amanda Hilliam, National Gallery, London and Online, 22nd February 2022, 13:00-13:45 (GMT)

It is possible to book to attend this lecture in person in the Sainsbury Wing at the National Gallery, London, or to watch via live stream. Caroline Campbell discusses Crivelli’s illusionism with Jonathan Watkins and Amanda Hilliam, co-curators of an exciting new exhibition at the Ikon Gallery The 15th-century Italian Renaissance painter, Carlo Crivelli, was aContinue reading “Lecture: ‘The Crivelli Conversation’, Dr Caroline Campbell, Jonathan Watkins and Amanda Hilliam, National Gallery, London and Online, 22nd February 2022, 13:00-13:45 (GMT)”

Online lecture: ‘Saint-Lazare d’Autun, collégiale ducale et église de pèlerinage’, Éliane Vergnolle, 14 February 2022, 5pm (GMT) / 6pm (CET)

La célébrité du grand tympan du Jugement dernier et des magnifiques chapiteaux sculptés de Saint-Lazare d’Autun a quelque peu laissé dans l’ombre le monument lui- même. Il s’agit pourtant d’un fleuron de l’architecture romane en Bourgogne. Érigée dans l’enceinte de son château par le duc Hugues II, la collégiale consacrée en 1130 avait une doubleContinue reading “Online lecture: ‘Saint-Lazare d’Autun, collégiale ducale et église de pèlerinage’, Éliane Vergnolle, 14 February 2022, 5pm (GMT) / 6pm (CET)”

Online Lecture: Imagining Jerusalem in late Medieval Nuremberg – Adam Kraft & Albrecht Durer, Dr Dilshat Harman, April 1st 2022, 12:00-13:30 CT

“Imagining Jerusalem in Late Medieval Nuremberg: Adam Kraft and Albrecht Durer”Dr. Dilshat Harman, Center for Visual Studies of the Medieval and Early Modern Culture, Russian State University for the Humanities in Moscow Friday, April 1st, 2022 | 12:00–1:30 PM CT | via Zoom: https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/96410986654 The lecture will deal with Jerusalem in late medieval imagination, focusing onContinue reading “Online Lecture: Imagining Jerusalem in late Medieval Nuremberg – Adam Kraft & Albrecht Durer, Dr Dilshat Harman, April 1st 2022, 12:00-13:30 CT”

Recorded lecture: ‘Leonardo da Vinci at the Louvre: how to organise an impossible exhibition’, by Vincent Delieuvin, hosted by the Research Forum, The Courtauld

In 2019-2020, the Louvre organized an exhibition to celebrate the 500-year anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci in France, of particular importance for the museum, which holds the largest collection in the world of da Vinci’s paintings, as well as 22 drawings. The retrospective of da Vinci’s painting career wanted to illustrate howContinue reading “Recorded lecture: ‘Leonardo da Vinci at the Louvre: how to organise an impossible exhibition’, by Vincent Delieuvin, hosted by the Research Forum, The Courtauld”

Online lecture: ‘Eroticism, emulation, and censorship: The Two Lovers by Giulio Romano,’ Barbara Furlotti, Murray Seminars on Medieval & Renaissance Art, Birkbeck, 10 February 2022, 4.45pm (GMT)

As part of the Murray Seminars on Medieval & Renaissance Art at Birkbeck, Dr Barbara Furlotti will present her online lecture ‘Eroticism, emulation, and censorship: The Two Lovers by Giulio Romano,’ at 4.45pm (GMT) on 10 February 2022. Giulio Romano (1492/1499-1546), Raphael’s favourite pupil, played a key role in the awakening of a new approachContinue reading “Online lecture: ‘Eroticism, emulation, and censorship: The Two Lovers by Giulio Romano,’ Barbara Furlotti, Murray Seminars on Medieval & Renaissance Art, Birkbeck, 10 February 2022, 4.45pm (GMT)”

Online lecture: ‘Syriac Villages in the Tur Abdin: A Microhistory of the Medieval Middle East’, Marica Cassis (University of Calgary), 15 February 2022, 12pm (EST), 5pm (GMT)

Marica Cassis, University of Calgary, considers the significance of colonialism in the study of Tur Abdin, the importance of microhistory in understanding archaeological material, and the overall underdiscussed material present in the region. While scholarly work on the churches of the Tur Abdin dates back to the work of Gertrude Bell, and subsequently continued offContinue reading “Online lecture: ‘Syriac Villages in the Tur Abdin: A Microhistory of the Medieval Middle East’, Marica Cassis (University of Calgary), 15 February 2022, 12pm (EST), 5pm (GMT)”

Online lecture: ‘Slavery and the pursuit of freedom in later medieval Mediterranean Europe’, Daniel Lord Smail, 20 January 2022, 5.30pm (GMT)

The IHR Seminar Europe 1150-1550 team is delighted to announce that Professor Daniel Lord Smail (Harvard) will speak this Thursday, 20th January at 17.30, on ‘Slavery and the pursuit of freedom in later medieval Mediterranean Europe.’ Daniel Lord Smail is Frank B. Baird, Jr. Professor of History at Harvard University, where he works on the history andContinue reading “Online lecture: ‘Slavery and the pursuit of freedom in later medieval Mediterranean Europe’, Daniel Lord Smail, 20 January 2022, 5.30pm (GMT)”