Appel à contribution : « Judgement and Justice : Medieval and Early Modern Sacred and Secular Art », Barcelone, Université de Barcelone, du 8 au 11 mai 2019, date limite le 15 mars 2019


V International Symposium of the EMAC Research Group, Departament d’Història de l’Art, Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, May 8-11, 2019

The Symposium seeks to investigate the significance of visual representations identified with  specific laws and the exercise of justice more broadly. A key focus is developed on the contrasting dimensions of justice: the religious and the secular, good and evil, trials and sentencing, power and delight.

The conference’s themed sections will address the multiple registers of legislative power and the eschatological and hagiographic dimensions of divine and human justice, which together bind common or earthly existence into the complexity of a religious system. In conjunction with this, study of the historical context and textual and documentary sources serves to corroborate and clarify these diverse themes while furthering a deeper understanding of the specific visual significance of images.

Direction: Rosa Alcoy and Cristina Fontcuberta

Secretary: Alba Barceló, Laura Farías and Iris Garcia

Academic advisory committee: Rosa Alcoy (UB), Roberto Bartalini (Università di Siena), Pere Beseran (UB), Maria Alessandra Bilotta (Universidade Nova de Lisboa), Claudia Bolgia (University of Edimburg), Gaspar Coll (UB), Albert Estrada Rius (MNAC), Cristina Fontcuberta (UB), Anna Gudayol (Biblioteca de Catalunya), Lucía Lahoz (Universidad de Salamanca); Guadaira Macías (UB), Mònica Maspoch (UB), Alessio Monciatti (Università degli Studi del Molise)  Montserrat Pagès (MNAC), Eduard Riu-Barrera (Generalitat de Catalunya), Jeremy Roe (Universidade Nova de Lisboa), Max Turull (UB).

With the support and collaboration of the Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad and Universitat de Barcelona

Grup EMAC 

Departament d’Història de l’Art

Facultat de Geografia i Història, Universitat de Barcelona

Carrer Montalegre, 6-8

08001 Barcelona



Fiammetta Campagnoli

Fiammetta Campagnoli est doctorante en histoire de l'art moderne à l'Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Ses recherches se concentrent sur la perception et sur la réception de la spatialité de l’image mariale au XVe et au XVIe siècle.

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