Call for Papers: Walking with saints, Ronse, Belgium, May 24 – 26, 2018 Deadline: Dec 10, 2017 Walking with saints: protection, devotion and civic identity. The role of the landscape. Since the adoption of the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2003, the issue of cultural practices has increasingly gained the attention of heritage professionals, academics,Continue reading “CFP: Walking with saints, Ronse, Belgium, 24-16 May 18”
The 2018 IMSSS symposium will explore the breadth and depth of sermon literature and preaching activity relating to monks, nuns, and monastic life, and serve as a microcosm of the religious and cultural landscape of the Middle Ages.
University of York Berrick Saul Building Bowland Auditorium The praesentia of holy bodies, the material remains of saints, is a seminal aspect of late antique and medieval Christianity and has long received scholarly attention. The art-historical debate on the eleventh and twelfth centuries has focused, in particular, on pilgrimage, from the monumental 1923 monograph byContinue reading “Conference: Holy Bodies, Sacred Spaces (York, 2 May 2015)”
The British Archaeological Association will hold its fourth biennial International Romanesque conference in Oxford on 4-6 April, 2016. The theme is Romanesque: Saints, Shrines and Pilgrimage, and the aim is to examine the material culture of sanctity over the period c.950-c.1200. The Conference will be held at Rewley House in Oxford from 4-6 April, 2016, with the opportunity to stay on for two days of visits to Romanesque buildings on 7-8 April.
Session 1135, Wednesday 9 July 2014: 11.15-12.45 Local Heroes: New Approaches to the Study of Minor Saints and Their Cults Organizer: Anne E. Bailey, Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford Chair: Rodney M. Thomson, School of History & Classics, University of Tasmania One of the Hagiography Society sessions at Leeds this year has had a speakerContinue reading “Substitute paper wanted for Leeds session”