This conference seeks to explore the ways in which women patronised and interacted with monasteries and religious houses during the late Middle Ages, how they commissioned devotional and commemorative art for monastic settings, and the ways in which these donations were received and understood by their intended audiences.
The Medieval Studies Program at Cornell University is pleased to announce its thirty-first annual graduate student colloquium (MSSC). The conference will take place on the 26th and the 27th of March, to be held virtually over Zoom.
This symposium will explore curatorial, practical and public engagement aspects of The Courtauld’s touring display of Islamic metalwork to four venues in the UK.
The London Medieval Society is proud to announce our first online colloquium, where we will be discussing all things heraldic.
E-Quadrivium is an online webinar for postgraduate researchers exploring means of accessing and analysing pre-modern primary materials.
Register for this conference (link is external)Schedule and Biographies In the late Middle Ages, Jewish authors engaged with non-Jewish, vernacular literature to create new texts for Jewish audiences in a style that resembles medieval romance. Drawing on the popular vernacular stories of King Arthur, Alexander the Great, and heroic knights, some Jewish authors employed a variety of techniques to makeContinue reading “Online Conference: Jewish Romance in the Middle Ages: Literature, Piety, and Cultural Translation, October 25, 2020 – 11:00am to 2:00pm (EST)”
This year the conference will take place online over two days: Thursday & Friday, 19-20 November 2020, beginning from 1pm. Join us for a diverse conference which includes postgraduates and early career researchers in the fields of medieval history of art, architecture, and archaeology.
Image and Ascent: Mountain Terrains in the History of Art brings recent interest in mountains across the humanities into dialogue with the history of images, offering a forum for new research concerning images of, and images produced in, mountainous terrains.
Every CARMEN meeting since our beginnings in 2007 has spotlighted the host city and its medieval heritage, and part of the meeting has focused on the local / national community of researchers. So this year we invite you to join us virtually in Dublin.
The annual CMS graduate conference ‘Relationships’ on the 23rd and 24th June is going digital! Tuesday 23 June 2020, 9.00am Sign up form is here: https://forms.gle/4F6jS8yfaekViiyz9 Sign up closes on the 21st June at 12 midnight. You must sign up via the link so that we can send you Zoom links before the conference starts. Programme Day 1:Continue reading “Conference: Relationships, CMS Graduate Conference, University of York, 23-24 June 2020”