Picturing West Lake explores how a pictorial tradition in the representation of an iconic place was emplaced, fashioned, refashioned, transmuted and transmitted over time to convey cultural value, historical memory, political ideology, and artistic expression.
The Princeton Society of Fellows, an interdisciplinary group of scholars in the humanities, social sciences, and selected natural sciences, invites applications for the 2021–2024 fellowship competition. Three three-year Postdoctoral Fellowships will be awarded: Two Open Fellowships in the Humanities and Social Sciences (OPEN): Open to all disciplines represented in the Society of Fellows. The fellowships’Continue reading “Fellowships: Princeton Society of Fellows Postdoctoral Fellowships, 2021–2024, deadline 4 August 2020”
We are all aware that researchers, students, curators, and others in the field are adjusting to new (and at times difficult) working conditions due to COVID-19. In light of this, the Index of Medieval Art by Princeton University is now open-access until June 1, 2020. The database can be accessed at https://theindex.princeton.edu/. Take advantage ofContinue reading “Resources: Index of Medieval Art open to all until June 1, 2020”
The International Congress on Medieval Studies (ICMS) at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 12 – 15, 2016 Deadline: Sep 15, 2015 Pardon our Dust: Reassessing Iconography at the Index of Christian Art 51st International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 12-15, 2016 Deadline: September 15, 2015 Organizers: Catherine Fernandez and Henry Schilb (Index of Christian Art, PrincetonContinue reading “Pardon our Dust: Reassessing Iconography at the Index of Christian Art (Kalamazoo 2016 sessions)”
The Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies presents “The Mediterranean City and Its Rulers: A Comparison of Byzantium, Islam, and Western Christendom in the High Middle Ages,” a conference, directed by Teresa Shawcross, Assistant Professor of History, to held on 26–27 April at 216 Aaron Burr Hall. The High Middle Ages were a periodContinue reading “Conference: The Mediterranean City and Its Rulers, Princeton”