Étiqueté : émotion

Exposition : « Caravaggio and Bernini », Vienne – Kunsthistorisches Museum, du 15 octobre 2019 au 19 janvier 2020

The baroque spectacle full of drama and passion In fall 2019, a line-up of singular masterpieces is coming together in Vienna: paintings by Caravaggio, sculptures by Bernini, and other main works of early Roman Baroque will be shown at the Kunsthistorisches Museum. The Special Exhibition entitled Caravaggio & Bernini shows how stirring emotions all of a sudden came to be a subject matter for painting and sculpture. The show combines spectacular loans from all over...

Appel à publication : « Emotions, Art, and Religion in Europe, Africa, and the Americas, c. 1400–1800 », date limite le 30 mars 2018

The “emotional turn” has prompted numerous studies on the history of emotions in the medieval and early modern periods. Many of these studies have been oriented towards texts rather than images, although recently visual culture, especially among medievalists, has played a more prominent role in these investigations. Nevertheless, there is still much to be explored about the role of visual and material culture in the history of emotions in the late medieval and early modern...

Appel à communication : « Émotions en bataille, XVIe-XVIIIe siècles », Montréal, Université du Québec, date limite le 5 janvier 2018

Émotions en bataille, XVIe-XVIIIe siècle. Sentiments, sensibilités et communautés d’émotions de la première modernité. 1er colloque international du CIREM 16-18, sous la responsabilité du GRHS 25-26 Octobre 2018   En dépit de l’histoire des émotions qui constitue aujourd’hui l’un des chantiers les plus prolifiques de l’histoire médiévale, et de l’histoire des sensibilités qui permet d’explorer les différentes traces et discours des cultures sensorielles des XIXe et XXe siècles, la recherche sur l’époque moderne demeure toujours méfiante à...

Appel à communication : « Gender and Emotion », Hull (Yorkshire), date limite : 7 septembre 2015

Gender and Emotion  Gender and Medieval Studies Conference 2016  The University of Hull  6–8 January, 2016 The grief-stricken faces at Edward’s deathbed in the Bayeux Tapestry; the ambiguous ‘ofermod’ in The Battle of Maldon; the body-crumpling anguish of the Virgin witnessing the Man of Sorrows; the mirth of the Green Knight; the apoplectic anger of the mystery plays’ Herod and the visceral visionary experiences of Margery of Kempe all testify to the ways in which the medieval world sought...