Online Course: Mapping Worlds – Medieval to Modern, Warburg Institute, 25th-29th April 2022 3:00-5:00pm (BST)

Course tutor: Alessandro Scafi (Senior Lecturer in Medieval and Renaissance Cultural History) The aim of this course is to explore how maps have served to order and represent physical, social and imaginative worlds from around 1200 to 1700. The focus is on the iconographic character of maps and the complex relation between art and scienceContinue reading “Online Course: Mapping Worlds – Medieval to Modern, Warburg Institute, 25th-29th April 2022 3:00-5:00pm (BST)”

Online Lecture: ‘All the Stage’s a World: Vernacular Cartography and the Castle of Perseverance’ with Dr. John Wyatt Greenlee, 10 March 2021 at 5:00pm (EST)

The Medieval Studies program at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY) invites you to an online lecture by Dr. John Wyatt Greenlee on 10 March 2021 at 5:00pm EST. Dr. Greenlee is a medieval cartographic historian. His research is primarily driven by questions of how people perceive and reproduce theirContinue reading “Online Lecture: ‘All the Stage’s a World: Vernacular Cartography and the Castle of Perseverance’ with Dr. John Wyatt Greenlee, 10 March 2021 at 5:00pm (EST)”

CFP: Rethinking Medieval Maps I and II (Kalamazoo 2015)

Call for Papers Rethinking Medieval Maps I and II 50th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, 14-17 May 2015 Deadline: 15 September 2015 Rethinking Medieval Maps I: The Unmapped, Marginalized and Fictitious This panel is devoted to the cartography of spaces that are far—either geographically or conceptually—from the umbilicus terrae at Jerusalem and the seeminglyContinue reading “CFP: Rethinking Medieval Maps I and II (Kalamazoo 2015)”