Étiqueté : sorcellerie

Présentation : Tania De Nile, « Fantasmagorie. Streghe, demoni e tentazioni nell’arte fiamminga e olandese del Seicento », Rome, Accademia Nazionale di San Luca, 14 mai, 17h30

Il volume Fantasmagorie propone un suggestivo percorso attraverso centinaia di opere visionarie che raccontano genesi, evoluzione e ragioni di un universo magico che da oltre cinque secoli non smette di sedurci. È l’universo che d’istinto associamo al solo Jheronimus Bosch, ignorandone la ben più complessa geografia punteggiata di nomi meno noti, talvolta in grado di rivaleggiare con l’ingombrante precursore e qui protagonisti di una inedita veduta d’insieme. Nelle fonti neerlandesi del Seicento erano definite spoockerijen (da spoock, “fantasma”)...

Parution : Guy Tal, “Art and Witchcraft in Early Modern Italy”, Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press, 2023

The figure of the witch is familiar from the work of early modern German, Dutch, and Flemish artists, but much less so in the work of their Italian counterparts. Art and Witchcraft in Early Modern Italy seeks to explore the ways in which representations of witchcraft emerged from and coincided with the main cultural currents and artistic climate of an epoch chiefly celebrated for its humanistic and rational approaches. Through an in-depth examination of a panoply of...

Panofsky Fellowship, ZI Munich : “Women, witches and enchantresses: The construction of the landscape and garden’s imaginaire”, date limite le 28 février 2024

Panofsky Fellowship | Women, witches and enchantresses: The construction of the landscape and garden’s imaginaire. Prof. Denis Ribouillault, Montréal/Canada, will hold the Panofsky Professorship at the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte Munich in 2024. In connection with this professorship the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte seeks applications for a Panofsky Fellowship. The fellowship is intended for doctoral students and postdoctoral scholars (who have graduated within the last five years) who are working on a project related to the topic...

Appel à contribution : « Beyond the Sabbath. Witchcraft and its Stereotypes in Early Modern Europe », Florence, Palazzo Alberti, 16 septembre 2022, date limite le 1er juillet 2022

The antisocial character of witches has always been perceived as a danger to the established order. While the conventional stereotypes associated with witches have now been questioned and—to some extent—recalibrated, a constant factor that persists is the degree to which the “fama di strega” has played a fundamental role in prosecutorial processes. The aim of this conference is to reassess the broad assumption that social and cultural categories associated with individuals accused of witchcraft in...

Séminaire : « Images divines, images diaboliques, pouvoir de l’imagination : autour du crime de sorcellerie », Clermont-Ferrand et en ligne, Université Clermont Auvergne, 14 avril 2022, 17h-19h

Séminaire Formes, supports et pratiques de la prière : Ludovic Viallet (Université Clermont Auvergne) et Romy Sauvayre (Université Clermont Auvergne) : « Images divines, images diaboliques, pouvoir de l’imagination : autour du crime de sorcellerie » Jeudi 14 avril 2022, 17h-19h, en ligne sur TEAMS et en présentiel à Clermont-Ferrand (MSH, salle 220) Séminaire Formes, supports et pratiques de la prière (Moyen Âge – Époque contemporaine) 2021-2022 : Images matérielles, images mentales : le laboratoire du cloître Centre d’Histoire ‘Espaces et Cultures’ (CHEC), Université Clermont...

Exposition : « Sacred/Supernatural. Religion, Myth, and Magic in European Prints, 1450-1900 », Urbana Champaign, Krannert Art Museum, 27 janvier-15 mai 2022

Sacred/Supernatural explores some of the methods European printmakers—including Rembrandt van Rijn and Albrecht Dürer—used to convey extraordinary events and individuals in intaglio and relief prints from 1450 to 1900. The exhibition includes works by Dutch, English, Flemish, French, German, Italian, and Scottish printmakers. Many of the prints in the exhibition relate to Judeo-Christian theology: such as how and whether to portray God, Christ, the Passion, saints, prophets, the devil, witches, and demons. The exhibition also...

Parution : Ana Condé, Émilie Hamon-Lehours (dir.), « La Représentation de la sorcière et de la magicienne du XVIe siècle à nos jours en Europe occidentale », Paris, Garnier, 2021

Si les magiciennes sont nommées, les femmes accusées de sorcellerie diabolique restent anonymes jusqu’à ce qu’elles soient dénoncées dans les procès pour sorcellerie où le corps devient motif d’accusation. Leur apparence change au fil des siècles et se révèle être liée à l’histoire du pouvoir. Sommaire Source

Journée d’étude : Saintes, Tentatrices et Sorcières : la femme et le mal, en ligne, 12 juin 2021

 Replay de la journée organisée par L’Atelier du CHAR Session du matin / Morning Session Session de l’après-midi / Afternoon Session Session du matin (09h00 – 12h30 CEST) 09h00 : Accueil et introduction par Fiammetta CAMPAGNOLI et Pierre TCHEKHOFF 09h15 : Maria Giuseppina MUZZARELLI – Università degli Studi di Bologna Come raddoppiare la colpa femminile : Eva, “la serpenta” e la tentazione 10h00 : Paola COSENTINO – Università degli Studi di Torino Iniquità benedetta. Giuditta,...

Appel à publication : « Becoming a Witch. Women and Magic in Medieval Europe (ca. 500-1400) », date limite le 31 mars 2021

Becoming a Witch. Women and Magic in Medieval Europe (ca. 500-1400) Edited by Andrea Maraschi (University of Bari) In the fifteenth century, through the treatises by Jean Gerson, Johannes Nider, Alphonso de Spina, Heinrich Kramer and others, a new conceptualization of women’s involvement in magic took shape, which led to crafting an idea of the “witch”. The aim of this volume is to publish original research exploring the slow and complex path leading to such...

Appel à communication : « Witchcraft and Demonology in the Art of Early Modern Europe », RSA 2021, Dublin, date limite le 10 août 2020

Session du Congrès de la Renaissance Society of America – Dublin, 2021 The visual language of witchcraft, developing in conjunction with the witch hunts in early modern Europe, has been considerably studied in the past three decades. As scholars have often noted, these images speak simultaneously to the artistic and the demonological. These works of art not only were inspired by or responded to cultural and legal notions but also served to shape understandings of both...

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