Étiqueté : ordres religieux

Parution : Julie Hotchin et Jirki Thibaut (dir.), “Women and Monastic Reform in the Medieval West, c. 1000 – 1500”, Martlesham, Boydell & Brewer, 2023

New approaches to understanding religious women’s involvement in monastic reform, demonstrating how women’s experiences were more ambiguous and multi-layered than previously assumed. Over the last two decades, scholarship has presented a more nuanced view of women’s attitude to and agency in medieval monastic reform, challenging the idea that they were, by and large, unwilling to accept or were necessarily hostile towards reform initiatives. Rather, it has shown that they actively participated in debates about the...

Appel à contribution : « Une esthétique jésuite ? Pensée du sensible et pratique de l’art dans la Compagnie de Jésus au premier âge moderne », Charenton-le-Pont, Médiathèque du Patrimoine et de la Photographie, 30 novembre-1er décembre 2023, date limite le 31 mars 2023

Force est de constater la riche bibliographie existante sur l’art jésuite ou l’art des jésuites (qu’il soit commandé ou produit par eux), avec une attention portée ces dernières années à ses manifestations au sein des établissements d’éducation jésuite, ainsi qu’à la question de l’ornement et des systèmes décoratifs de leurs églises, le volet architectural ayant déjà fait l’objet de nombreuses études. Il faut également souligner le développement des recherches sur une certaine pensée de l’image...

Appel à contribution : « De habitudine Ordinis ad artem. Arts, Religion and Culture in the Capuchin Order between the 16th and 18th centuries », Teramo, Università di Teramo, 12-14 avril 2023, date limite le 19 février 2023

Officially founded in 1528 with the bull Religionis Zelus by Pope Clement VII, the Order of Capuchin Friars Minor lived the twenty years of transition preceding the Council of Trent imitating St Francis and his first companions through the preach and the education the of the young people. Despite the escape to Switzerland of the famous Vicar and preacher Bernardino Ochino in 1542, the Order survived, and the Council of Trent (1547-63) gave great impetus...

Séminaire : « Los jesuitas y las artes : coadjutores, padres, artífices », Madrid, Université autonome de Madrid et en ligne, 02-03 juin 2022

Seminario Internacional “Los jesuitas y las artes: coadjutores, padres, artífices” Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) / Universidad a Distancia de Madrid (UDIMA) Proyecto Nacional I+D CoMArtis “Coadjutores: artistas e ideas migrantes en la globalización ibérica” (PID2020-117094GB-I00) Investigadores Principales: Juan Luis González García (UAM) / Sara Fuentes Lázaro (UDIMA) “Coadjutores: artistas e ideas migrantes en la globalización ibérica” estudia las redes de circulación de los artistas de la Compañía de Jesús durante la Edad Moderna, incluyendo...

Parution : Robert Christman, The Dynamics of the Early Reformation in their Reformed Augustinian Context, Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press, 2020

On 1 July 1523, Johann van den Esschen and Hendrik Voes, two Augustinian friars from Antwerp, were burned on the Grand Plaza in Brussels, thereby becoming the first victims of the Reformation. Despite being well-known, the event barely registers in most Reformation histories. By tracing its origins and examining the impact of the executions on Martin Luther, on the Reformed Augustinian world, and on the early Reformation in the Low Countries and the German speaking...

Appel à communication : « ‘Remarkable women’: Female patronage of religious institutions, 1350-1550 », Londres, The Courtauld Institute of Art, date limite le 10 avril 2020

This conference seeks to explore the ways in which women patronised and interacted with monasteries and religious houses during the late Middle Ages, how they commissioned devotional and commemorative art for monastic settings, and the ways in which these donations were received and understood by their intended audiences. The artistic donations of lay patrons to religious institutions has become a fruitful area of study in recent years, but the specific role played by women in...

Colloque : “Contemplata aliis tradere. Lo specchio letterario dei frati predicatori”, Rome, 23-27 janvier 2017

“Contemplata aliis tradere. Lo specchio letterario dei frati predicatori” Les 23-27 janvier 2017 aura lieu à Rome un grand colloque organisé par la province romaine de sainte Catherine de Sienne et par la revue Memorie Dominicane pour commémorer le huitième centenaire de la fondation de l’ordre dominicain. Programme complet et informations pratiques en PDF   Programme :   Lundi 23 janvier, 15h30 Cérémonie inaugurale Mardi 24 janvier, 9h30 : Session I, Arma nostræ militiæ (prés. Bernard...

Appel à communication : “Lenten sermons: Fasting of the body, banquet of the soul”, Leeds, date limite : 20 septembre 2015

International Medieval Congress 2016 University of Leeds, 4-7 July 2016 – Special thematic strand: Food, Feast & Famine International Medieval Sermon Studies Society Call for papers for a series of linked panels on: Lenten sermons: Fasting of the body, banquet of the soul In 1494, preparing his sermon cycle for the Lenten period, a German Franciscan preacher compared his task with that of «a smart cook». He had to prepare Lenten sermons with the usual...

Appel à communication : « Influences of the Dominican Order in the Middle Ages », Oxford, date limite : 1er mars 2015

Appel à communication : « Influences of the Dominican Order in the Middle Ages », Oxford, date limite : 1er mars 2015

Influences of the Dominican Order in the Middle Ages Lincoln College, Oxford 10-12 septembre 2015 From the modest group of St Dominic and his sixteen followers, the Dominican Order grew rapidly in the first century of its existence, establishing itself across Europe as a learned Order of Preachers. This interdisciplinary conference will seek to explore the influences of the Dominican Order on all aspects of medieval life. The conference theme of ‘influence’ can be interpreted in its...

Appel à contribution : “Monastic Sciences: Medicina, Mechanica, Philosophia”, Leeds University, date limite : 27 février 2015

Appel à contribution : “Monastic Sciences: Medicina, Mechanica, Philosophia”, Leeds University, date limite : 27 février 2015

Appel à contribution : “Monastic Sciences: Medicina, Mechanica, Philosophia” 8 et 9 mai 2015 University of Leeds The religious of medieval Europe were in a privileged position for studying humanity’s interaction with the natural world, whether this was considering the nature of celestial bodies and the cosmos, or deepening their pharmaceutical knowledge to aid patients in the infirmary. This conference asks what unique contributions the religious made to the applied arts and learned disciplines, how...

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