Étiqueté : byzantine

Parution: Leonora Neville “Byzantine Gender”

Parution: “Byzantine Gender“,  écrit par Leonora Neville, publié par Arc Humanities Press, date de publication 31 – 05 – 2019 Why were virtuous Byzantine women described as manly? Why were boys’ bodies thought to be closer in constitution to those of women than adult men? Did Byzantines think eunuchs were men? This lively and personal book explains some key aspects of how people of the Medieval Roman Empire (Byzantine Empire) conceived of men and women,...

Appel à communication : “Mobility: People, Objects, Ideas” Symposium sur l’art italien – Date limite 5 Mai 2019

Appel à communication : “Mobility: People, Objects, Ideas” (Symposium sur l’art italien: 9-11 Mars 2020, Nuremberg, Allemagne, Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg) Date Limite: 5 MAI 2019 Under the theme of “Mobility: People, Objects, Ideas,” scholars of Italian art history are invited to the Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg to discuss current research in Italian art and architectural history. The conference takes place 9-11 March 2020 and is divided into eight sections (two each in...