Étiqueté : arts de la mémoire

Séminaire : Jeffrey F. Hamburger, « Panizzi Lecture », Londres, British Library, octobre-novembre 2022

This event will take place at the British Library. It will be simultaneously live streamed on the British Library platform. Tickets may be booked either to attend in person (physical), or to watch on our platform (online) either live or within 48 hours on catch up. Viewing links will be sent out shortly before the event. Diagrams constitute an omnipresent feature of medieval art and thought. From Antiquity onwards, the forms and procedures of geometric...

Appel à contribution : « Art and Memory in Early Modern Europe », Brno, 16-17 mars 2023, date limite le 01 octobre 2022

Studies of memory have recently become one of the largest fields in the humanities. Its current state which was aptly described as ‘swag bag interdisciplinarity’ reflects the vastness of the subject itself and the methodological pluralism inherent to it. This conference proposes to explore the culture of commemoration in early modern period as a testimony to the tectonic changes in the social, religious and political life of the period. Memorials and tomb sculptures, as well...

Appel à contribution : « Memory. Staging, Praxis & Practice », Durham, Palace Green UNESCO World Heritage Site, 18-19 juillet 2022, date limite le 15 avril 2022

In considering the Ars Memoriae, Giordano Bruno (1548-1600) envisioned a universe of many worlds, many dimensions. The practice of remembering and forgetting had profound political, intellectual, social, religious and cultural consequences in the medieval and early modern world. Frequently, the past served as a legitimising force, helping to justify the actions of the present or to graph future perspectives. It was therefore vehemently contested, habitually revised and amended, or even exploited. This two-day conference provides...

Parution : A.-L. Imbert (ed.), « Mnémonique et poétique : La figure et son lieu dans la peinture du Tre-Quattrocento », Éditions de La Sorbonne, 2022

« Il n’est aucun art ou science qui soit plus semblable à la mémoire artificielle que la peinture », écrivit Giovanni Fontana autour de 1430. L’affirmation d’une telle similitude ne signifie pas cependant que l’on ait pensé l’art de la mémoire toujours en fonction d’une praxis picturale, ni au Trecento, ni au Quattrocento, ni dans tous les travaux qui ont remis en lumière les principes de l’ars memoriae depuis un demi-siècle. Daniel Arasse, notant qu’on...

Appel à communication : Summer school « Memory and the Making of Knowledge in the Early Modern World », Georg-August Universität, Göttingen, 18-22 septembre 2017, date limite le 10 mai

Memory is now established as a dynamic and vital field of study in the humanities and social sciences. It is no longer disputed that how, why, and what individuals, communities, and societies remember is essential to under-standing their pasts and presents. A good deal of this work has understandably concentrated on contemporary history: the emergence of social history in the middle decades of the twentieth century shifted the spotlight to focus on ordinary people, and...

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