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Appel à contribution : « The Image of the Stigmata », Falconara Marittima, Biblioteca francescana picena, 21-23 novembre 2024, date limite le 4 mai 2024

The Image of the Stigmata. Incarnation and representation of faith in figurative and textual culture. 21-23 November 2024, Biblioteca Francescana Picena “San Giacomo della Marca”, Falconara Marittima, AN. Curated by di Monica Bocchetta, Caterina Paparello, Lorenzo Turchi In the context of the VIII centenary of Saint Francis’s Stigmata a conference is promoted looking into the theme of the narration of stigmata in art and in written tradition, according to the advanced study of Chiara Frugoni...

Parution : Ryan Thornton, Franciscan Poverty and Franciscan Economic Thought (1209-1348), Brill, 2023

When Francis of Assisi started to use his family’s resources for religious purposes, his father took him to court. It was there that Francis dispossessed himself of everything and began a new life that soon inspired others to follow. Within a century, members of this Order of Friars Minor were among the first to dedicate complete treatises to discussions of buying, selling, and the whole of human exchange that is known as economics. The natural...

Parution : Michael Cusato, Michael J.P. Robson, “Testimony, Narrative and Image: Studies in Medieval and Franciscan History, Hagiography and Art”, Brill, Leyde, 2022

  Series : The Medieval Franciscans, Volume: 20 Volume Editors : Michael Cusato and Michael J.P. Robson This volume unites a team of distinguished scholars from France, Germany, Italy, the UK, and the USA to celebrate Rosalind B. Brooke’s immense contribution to Franciscan studies over the last 60 years. It is divided into four sections, beginning with an appraisal of Dr Brooke’s influence upon Franciscan studies. The second section contains a series of historical studies and...

Conférence : Michele Campopiano, « Franciscans and representation of space: the case of the descriptions of the Holy Land from the Convent of Mount Zion (14th-16th centuries) », Louvain-la-Neuve, le 21 mars 2019 à 18h30

Dans le cadre du cycle de conférences 2018-19, organisé par le Centre d’études sur le Moyen Âge et la Renaissance, la séance du 21 mars sera assurée par Michele Campopiano de l’Université de York.  

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