Étiqueté : Moyen Âge

Journées d’étude : « Patrimoines brodés du Moyen Âge et de la Renaissance », Paris/Sens, INHA/C2RMF/Musées de Sens, 4-5 mars 2024

Ces journées d’étude s’inscrivent dans le cadre d’un projet de catalogue numérique des broderies des collections françaises (1200-1600). Porté par le laboratoire Saprat (EPHE-PSL) et financé par la Ville de Paris dans le cadre du dispositif Émergence(s), il réunit une équipe de chercheurs soutenue par le réseau des musées de France, de l’Inventaire et des Monuments historiques. L’objectif de la rencontre est de réunir des historiens de la broderie venus de différents pays et spécialités...

Appel à contribution : « Animal, animalité, bestialité dans les images médiévales », Paris, INHA, 13 juin 2024, date limite le 8 mars 2024

Le GRIM – Groupe de Recherches en iconographie médiévale – est un collectif académique fondé par Christian Heck s’intéressant à l’analyse et l’interprétation des œuvres du Moyen Âge, mais aussi aux corpus et bases d’images qui les rendent possibles. Il est dorénavant lié à IMAGO, association d’historiens de l’art sise au CESCM de Poitiers, et porté par un comité scientifique (Charlotte Denoël, Conservatrice en chef, BnF, département des manuscrits/Centre Jean Mabillon ; Anne-Orange Poilpré, PR, Université...

Appel à contribution : « Finxit. Dialoghi tra arte e scrittura dal Medioevo all’Età Moderna », date limite le 1er mars 2024

Il comitato scientifico di “Finxit. Dialoghi tra arte e scrittura dal Medioevo all’Età Moderna” invita gli autori interessati a contribuire al quarto numero della rivista, la cui pubblicazione è prevista per il 2025. Fondata nel 2022 e pubblicata annualmente, “Finxit” è una rivista digitale peer-reviewed ad accesso aperto. Promuove il multilinguismo e la libera discussione scientifica, riserva particolare attenzione alle nuove generazioni di studiosi e alle ricerche condotte su materiale inedito. La rivista è aperta...

Parution : Pamela A. Patton et Maria Alessia Rossi (dir.), “Out of Bounds. Exploring the Limits of Medieval Art”, University Park, Penn State University Press, 2023

Where are the limits of medieval art as a field of study? What happens when conventionally trained art historians disregard the chronological, geographical, or cultural parameters that both direct and protect their scholarship? Beginning with Thelma K. Thomas and Alicia Walker’s acute assessment of the need for a “medieval art history for now,” the essays in Out of Bounds ask what happens when the study of medieval art disregards boundaries that it once obeyed. The volume focuses...

Appel à contribution : « Authority and Identity in the Middle Ages », Londres, The Courtauld, 15 mars 2024, date limite le 31 janvier 2024

The Courtauld Postgraduate Medieval Colloquium Studies of medieval art have often focused on works of art featuring, or patronised by, those in positions of authority. More recently, scholars have moved towards a wider understanding of the ways in which works of art established a sense of authority and impacted the identity of the communities who viewed and used them. However, concepts of ‘authority’ and ‘identity’ and their complex interrelationship are rarely interrogated in a holistic...

Appel à contribution : « Artists and Craftsmen: Multidisciplinary Approaches in the Analysis of the Production of Medieval Wall Paintings », Rome, Sapienza Università di Roma, 28-31 août 2024, date limite le 8 février 2024

30th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA), Rome, Italy, 28-31 August 2024. Session no. and Title: 787 Artists and Craftsmen: Multidisciplinary Approaches in the Analysis of the Production of Medieval Wall Paintings Organizers: Patrick Cassitti, Giulia Bordi, Giovanni Cavallo We invite researchers to contribute to a session on the multidisciplinary examination of medieval wall paintings at the upcoming 30th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists in Rome, Italy, 28–31 August 2024. This session addresses research groups...

Colloque : « Le Pietre e il Tempo », Gênes, Università degli Studi di Genova, 30 janvier-2 février 2024

Dal 30 gennaio al 2 febbraio 2024 si svolgerà, presso l’Aula Magna di Balbi 2 (30-31 gennaio) e la Sala Conferenze della Biblioteca Universitaria (1-2 febbraio), il convegno “Le Pietre e il Tempo. Moderni destini della scultura medievale”, a cura di Laura Cavazzini (Università di Trento), Clario Di Fabio (Università degli Studi di Genova) e Paola Vitolo (Università di Napoli Federico II), dedicato al riuso e alla rifunzionalizzazione della scultura medievale in contesti di età...

Appel à contribution : « Wisdom as Purpose: Ways of Learning, Skill Acquisition, and Knowledge Visualisation in the Middle Ages », Barcelone, Barcelona University, 15-17 mai 2024, date limite le 31 janvier 2024

With its many ways of expression, knowledge has led, since the dawn of humanity, to the transformation of society. Discovering, understanding and trying to reconstruct, from a broad and diverse perspective, the way in which individual and collective learning situations occurred in the Middle Ages is the purpose of this meeting. In this sense, it aims to become an opportunity to find answers and to learn new points of view on fundamental questions such as...

Appel à contribution : « Eyes and Ears: Comparing Formal Analyses in Art and Music (Southern Low Countries, 1350-1700) », Anvers, août 2024, date limite le 15 janvier 2024

This is the first of two workshops; both will be in person although there is scope for hybrid participation. The workshop is part of a project entitled ‘Analysing Art and Music in the Southern Low Countries (1350-1700)’, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (UK). This project is a partnership between the Open University (UK), Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and the Alamire Foundation (both Belgium). The purpose of this initial workshop is to bring together...

Appel à contribution : « The new lives of Greek divinities in Western Europe: Textual and visual figurations from the 14th to the 16th century », Lille/Paris, Université de Lille/Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal, 23-29 mai 2024, date limite le 15 janvier 2024

In his famous work, La survivance des dieux antiques, published in 1939, Jean Seznec demonstrated that knowledge of the Greek gods did not disappear during the Middle Ages, and thus challenged the opposition often drawn between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: “Pagan antiquity, far from being ‘reborn’ in 15th-century Italy, survived in medieval culture and art; the gods themselves were not resurrected, for they had never disappeared from the memory and imagination of men...

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