Professor Jerrilynn Dodds will be presenting a series of lectures around ‘Material Histories of Medieval Iberia’.
Join the upcoming Cambridge Medieval Art Seminar with Dr Pamela Patton (Index of Medieval Art, Princeton University), who will be presenting on: ‘What Did Medieval Slavery Look Like? Colour, Race and Unfreedom in Late Medieval Iberia’.
Louis A. Simpson International Building, Room 399, Princeton USA, May 19 – 20, 2017 <https://ica.princeton.edu/conferences/> The Medieval Iberian Treasury in the Context of Muslim-Christian Interchange In collaboration with the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas in Madrid and Princeton’s departments of Art & Archaeology and History, the Index of Christian Art will sponsor a two-day interdisciplinary conference.
Postgraduate Study Course: Textos, libros y lectores: Una introducción a la cultura manuscrita de la Península Ibérica durante la Baja Edad Media Madrid, 13-17 October 2014 Deadline: 30 September El objetivo de este curso es ofrecer una introducción al estudio de la cultura manuscrita peninsular durante la Baja Edad Media, en la que tenga cabidaContinue reading “Postgraduate Study Course: Textos, libros y lectores: Una introducción a la cultura manuscrita de la Península Ibérica durante la Baja Edad Media (Madrid, 13-17 October 2014)”
The Annual Medieval Studies Lecture at the University of Lincoln will be taking place this year on Thursday 27th March 2014 in the Cargill Lecture Theatre. Registration from 5.30pm, Lecture starting at 6pm, followed by drinks. The guest speaker this year is Professor Simon Barton (University of Exeter), who will be speaking on “Damsels in Distress: Interfaith Sex and Power Politics in Medieval Iberia”. Continue reading “Annual Medieval Studies Lecture at the University of Lincoln”
Call For Papers: Medieval Iberia and the Mediterranean The Mediterranean Seminar/UCMRP seeks proposals for papers for a panel on Medieval Iberia and the Mediterranean to be proposed for the 45th Annual Meeting of the Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies, that will take place 26-29 June 2014 at the University of Modena e ReggioContinue reading “Deadline Extended: Medieval Iberia and the Mediterranean”