Séminaire – Anthropologie économique de l’Occident médiéval

Séminaire dirigé par Laurent Feller.
Les mercredis en quinzaine, salle Perroy 15 h 00 – 17 h 00.

Programme :

Mercredi 20 janvier
Cédric QUERTIER (CNRS-Lamop)
Guerres et richesses d’une nation : les Florentins à Pise au 14e siècle.

Mercredi 3 février
Skarbimir PROKOPEK
Les usages de l’argent à Gênes au Moyen Âge

Mercredi 17 février
Laurent FELLER
1. Le travail des femmes à la campagne au Moyen Âge (fin). 2. Le village des historiens (fin).

Mercredi 3 mars
Anne-Laure ALARD
La reconstruction du Vexin français

Mercredi 17 mars
Thomas LABBÉ
Climat et crises de la fin du Moyen Âge

Mercredi 31 mars
Denise BEZZINA (Centre Roland Mousnier)
Artisans et artisanat à Gênes aux 12e et 13e siècle.

Mercredi 5 mai
Laurent FELLER (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
Mesurer la valeur des choses au Moyen Âge.

Mercredi 19 mai
Laurent FELLER (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
Travail et richesse au Moyen Âge

Source: LAMOP – Paris 1

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Offre d’emploi – Research Associate in Hebrew Manuscripts

Job reference: HUM-016115
Location: John Rylands Library, Deansgate, Manchester
Closing date (DD/MM/YYYY): 25/01/2021
Salary: £32,816 to £40,322 per annum, pro rata (according to relevant experience)
Employment type: Fixed Term
Faculty/Organisation: Humanities
School/ Directorate: University of Manchester Library Research & Learning Services
Hours per week: 0.9 Fte
Contract Duration: Available from 1 March 2021 until 30 June 2022

Applications are invited for the post of Research Associate in Hebrew Manuscripts, to produce an online catalogue, compliant with current cataloguing and metadata standards and to promote The University of Manchester Library’s Hebrew collection. The post is part-time and fixed term from 1 March 2021 to 30 June 2022.

The Library’s Hebrew collection is internationally renowned and is one of the top four collections in the UK, ranking alongside Oxford, Cambridge and the British Library. The manuscript collection of c.600 codices, scrolls and other texts in Hebrew script is highly diverse, covering all aspects of Jewish diaspora in Europe and the Middle East.

You should hold a Ph.D. in Jewish studies or a related area, ideally dealing with Jewish book culture, possess an excellent command of Hebrew and have extensive experience of cataloguing manuscripts in Hebrew script. Knowledge of other languages written in Hebrew (e.g. Judaeo-Arabic) will be a distinct advantage. In addition, applicants should be highly motivated and enthusiastic, have excellent interpersonal and organisational skills, and be able to work independently to meet strict deadlines.

As an equal opportunities employer we welcome applicants from all sections of the community regardless of age, sex, gender (or gender identity), ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation and transgender status.  All appointments will be made on merit.

Happy to talk flexible working.

Blended working arrangements may be considered    
    
Please note that we are unable to respond to enquiries, accept CVs or applications from Recruitment Agencies.

Enquiries about the vacancy, shortlisting and interviews:
Name: Professor Philip Alexander
Email: Philip.alexander@manchester.ac.uk 

General enquiries:
Email: hrservices@manchester.ac.uk

Technical support:
Email: universityofmanchester@helpmeapply.co.uk
Tel: 0161 850 2004

This vacancy will close for applications at midnight on the closing date.

Please see the link below for the Further Particulars document which contains the person specification criteria.

Source : University of Manchester

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Offre d’emploi – Poste académique à temps plein vacant dans le domaine de la Papyrologie grecque et latine

Date d’entrée en fonction : 1er septembre 2021

Description de la charge de cours :

Une charge à temps plein, indivisible, dans le domaine de la Papyrologie grecque et latine rattachée au Département des Sciences de l’Antiquité. Cette charge comprend des activités d’enseignement, de recherche et des services à la communauté.

La personne retenue, qui sera appelée à assumer la direction scientifique et opérationnelle du CEntre de DOcumentation de PApyrologie Littéraire (CEDOPAL), aura démontré sa capacité à gérer et à développer des projets de recherche collective.

Activités d’enseignement :

  • –  LCLA0063-1 – Introduction à la papyrologie (30 h)
  • –  LCLA0044-1 – Papyrologie littéraire (30 h)
  • –  LCLA0062-1 – Papyrologie documentaire (30 h)
  • –  LCLA0069-1 – Histoire des littératures grecque et latine (partim littérature grecque, 30h)
  • –  LCLA0070-1 – Langue grecque II (cours en co-titulariat, 30h)
  • Activités de recherche :
  • –  Recherches et publications dans un domaine afférent à la charge.
  • –  Direction scientifique et opérationnelle du CEntre de DOcumentation de PApyrologie Littéraire (CEDOPAL).
  • –  Affiliation à une U.R. (unité de recherche). Un cahier des charges plus précis sera élaboré en concertation avec la personne recrutée et le Président (ou la Présidente) de l’U.R. choisie. Activités de service à la Communauté : Outre la participation aux activités légalement obligatoires (Conseil de Faculté, Conseil de Département, …), il est attendu de la personne recrutée qu’elle participe activement à la vie et à la gestion de la filière et du Département. Qualifications requises / Profil :
    • Être titulaire d’un doctorat
    • Faire état d’un dossier de recherches dans le domaine de la papyrologie grecque et latine
    • Être capable de gérer et de développer des projets de recherche collective
    • Avoir des compétences en matière de papyrologie littéraire est un atout

Procédure de sélection :

Les personnes candidates seront amenées à donner une leçon publique sur un sujet défini au préalable par la Commission d’attribution. Cette leçon sera suivie d’un entretien en français.

Candidatures :

Les candidat·e·s sont prié·e·s de faire parvenir leur dossier de candidature, par voie électronique à l’adresse: Postesacademiques@uliege.be avec copie à Francoise.Hartkopf@uliege.be pour le 10 février 2021 au plus tard.

Documents requis :

  • Une requête assortie d’un curriculum vitae complet ;
  • Un rapport sur les activités de recherche antérieures et en cours, ainsi qu’un projet de recherche, en ce compris l’insertion envisagée au sein de l’Université de Liège ;
  • Un dossier d’enseignement comprenant un rapport sur les éventuelles activités d’enseignement antérieures et un projet d’enseignement ;
  • Un exemplaire des publications. Conditions d’engagement : Les charges sont attribuées soit pour une durée déterminée de quatre ans pouvant aboutir à la nomination définitive de l’intéressé·e, soit d’emblée à titre définitif. Dans le cas d’une nomination pour un terme de quatre ans, une évaluation de l’intéressé·e sera réalisée à l’issue de la troisième année.
    • ­  Si l’évaluation est négative, l’intéressé·e achève son terme de quatre ans sans pouvoir être prolongé·e.
    • ­  Si l’évaluation est positive, l’intéressé·e est nommé·e à titre définitif. Notre politique institutionnelle est basée sur la diversité et l’égalité des chances. Nous sélectionnons les candidats en fonction de leurs qualités quels que soient leur âge, leur orientation sexuelle, leur origine, leurs convictions, leur handicap ou nationalité. Renseignements : Tout renseignement complémentaire peut être obtenu auprès de la Faculté de Philosophie et Lettres, Mme Françoise Hartkopf – tél. : +32 4 366 54 54 – Francoise.Hartkopf@uliege.be Rémunération : Les barèmes et leurs modalités d’application sont disponibles auprès de l’administration des ressources humaines de l’Université : Mme Ludivine DEPAS – tél. : +32 4 366 52 04 – Ludivine.Depas@uliege.be
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Offre d’emploi – Postdoctoral Fellow in Late Medieval European Art (13th through 15th century), Washington University in St. Louis and the Saint Louis Art Museum

The Department of Art History and Archaeology at Washington University in St. Louis (https://arthistory.wustl.edu/), and the Saint Louis Art Museum (www.slam.org) seek a specialist in late medieval European art for a joint teaching-curatorial two-year position beginning on or slightly after July 1, 2021 and ending not later than June 30, 2023. It is expected that within the two-year period, the fellow will spend two semesters at Washington University, teaching two courses in each of those semesters. The fellow will spend the remaining twelve-months working full-time at the Saint Louis Art Museum as an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellow, based in the department of European Art to 1800. At the museum, the fellow will carry out research and other curatorial duties including docent training and gallery talks. It is thus envisioned that the candidate will spend a year in total at each institution over the two-year period.

Courses at Washington University in St. Louis, a leading research institution, will be offered to a combination of beginning and advanced undergraduates, and perhaps graduate students, in art history and related fields. Courses are welcome in any area of late medieval European art, with concentrations on Italy, France, Germany, or Spain especially welcome. An interest in addressing global considerations of trade, exploration, transnational travel and pilgrimages, and other forms of cross-cultural contact and exchange are very welcome. Please include a few topics for proposed courses in the letter of application. Some teaching experience as either Instructor of Record or as a teaching assistant is highly desirable, but not required.

At the Saint Louis Art Museum, among other duties, the fellow will catalogue and interpret a collection of approximately sixty objects, primarily from Italy, France, and Germany and one Spanish panel. Objects range from polychrome stone or wood sculpture to panel paintings, manuscripts, and metalwork. The fellow will work with the curator of European art to 1800 to evaluate the existing display of medieval art in the museum, and then research and evaluate potential replacements or additions to the pieces that are currently on view. The goal is to place the medieval collection in dialogue with other contemporary cultures represented in the museum’s encyclopedic collection through new exhibition and/or interpretation strategies in order to situate the pieces more fully within a global context.

Partial funding for the fellow comes from an endowment granted by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

The candidate must have reading facility in at least 2 of the following languages: French, German, Italian, Spanish, Latin.

The candidate should have no more than three years of postdoctoral teaching or curatorial experience in the field at the start of the appointment.

Annual salary will be $53,000 in the first year; also included are moving expenses, benefits, and research and travel funds.

Initial interviews will be conducted by Zoom or similar virtual platform. Finalists may be brought to St. Louis and/or might have more extensive virtual interviews. Review of applications begins on February 15, 2021 and will continue until the search is closed.

To apply, please go to https://dossier.interfolio.com/apply/82213 and create a profile on Interfolio. Required materials that may be uploaded to Interfolio include a letter of interest, current CV, and a writing sample. The required three confidential letters of recommendation and any writing samples too large to be uploaded should be sent by mail to:

Prof. Elizabeth Childs
Chair, Department of Art History and Archaeology Washington University, Kemper 210, Campus Box 1189 One Brookings Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130-4899

or e-mailed to artarch@wustl.edu (Please do not email Prof. Childs directly).

Washington University in St. Louis’ mission is to discover and disseminate knowledge, and protect the freedom of inquiry through research, teaching and learning. Washington University creates an environment to encourage and support an ethos of wide-ranging exploration. Washington University’s faculty and staff strive to enhance the lives and livelihoods of students, the people of the greater St. Louis community, the country and the world.

Each year Washington University publishes a Safety and Security brochure that details what to do and whom to contact in an emergency. This report also publishes the federally required annual security and fire safety reports, containing campus crime and fire statistics as well as key university policies and procedures. You may access the Safety and Security brochure at https://police.wustl.edu/clery-reports-logs/.

The Saint Louis Art Museum collects, presents, interprets, and conserves works of art of the  highest quality across time and cultures; educates, inspires discovery, and elevates the human  spirit; preserves a legacy of artistic achievement for the people of St. Louis and the world; and  engages, includes, and represents the full diversity of the St. Louis community supporting it.

Source : Medieval Art Research

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Conférence – Christian Neumann, « Vieillesse et pouvoir au Moyen Âge (XIIIe–début XVIe siècle) »

Séminaire de recherche organisé par l’IHA (Rolf Große) en coopération avec l’EPHE (Laurent Morelle)

Christian Neumann (IHA Rome), Vieillesse et pouvoir au Moyen Âge (XIIIe–début XVIe siècle)

Présidence: Didier Lett (université Paris Diderot)

L’IHA et l’École pratique des hautes études organisent en commun un séminaire d’histoire médiévale où des doctorantes et doctorants en thèse bien avancée, mais aussi de jeunes postdocs viennent présenter leurs recherches en voie d’achèvement ou un dossier de leur thèse. La prestation, toujours en langue française, dure environ 50 minutes. Le séminaire a lieu tous les deux mois, un mardi matin de 10h à 12h.

Inscription obligatoire: Prof. Dr. Rolf Große

Source : Institut historique allemand

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Offre d’emploi – Part-time Academic Position in Digital Humanities (80%) at KU Leuven

Part-time Academic Position in Digital Humanities (80%)

The KU Leuven Arts Faculty offers an 80% tenure-track position in Digital Humanities with a focus on computational methodologies, data analysis and data visualisation in the field of cultural-historical studies. Research in the Arts Faculty covers a wide range of disciplines that are clustered in six Research Units: History; Archaeology, Art history and Musicology; Literary Studies; Linguistics; Translation Studies; East-Asian and Arabic Studies. Researchers in the Faculty have developed and implemented digital methodologies and technologies in their domains for a considerable time and are engaged in interdisciplinary collaborations both within KU Leuven, which boasts a strong comprehensive profile, as with various institutions and projects outside the university. To consolidate and strengthen these efforts and reinforce the Faculty’s digital humanities profile we are seeking an outstanding candidate with an active research agenda and technical background in the application of computational methodologies, coding, data analysis, data visualisation, and network analysis in one of the cultural-historical domains of the Faculty. Depending on your scholarly background and main discipline you will become a member of the Research Group in which your own research has most impact and your interests and expertise can best be utilised and nurtured. Yet we also foster the ambition to strengthen digital research on a cross-disciplinary collaborative basis, which implies streamlining the adoption of common and transferable digital methodologies and technologies, both in research and degree education. Your research will focus on computational methodology as a research area in its own right but reach out to colleagues from different disciplines within the Faculty. You will also further collaboration with other departments and research groups university-wide (with, for example, the HCI Research Group or Leuven AI). You will be expected to teach at the BA, MA and PhD level (see below), and give public visibility to the added value of computational approaches in the cultural-historical fields. The appointment is expected to start on 01.10.2021.

Duties

Research

We are looking for a researcher whose main interest is the development of transferable digital technologies and computational methods in the large field of cultural-historical studies. Candidates need to be well-versed in programming languages, data structures and visualisation techniques applied to the humanities. In particular, acquaintance with some of the following or similar methods is an added value: 

• data visualisation
• linked data
• network analysis
• distant reading, stylometry, digital text analysis
• topic modelling 
• human computer interaction

You will monitor and facilitate the transformational impact of data driven research and digital approaches in existing practices in the humanities for acquisition, transformation, analysis, presentation and dissemination of research data. You will develop an excellent research programme in your field but also act as a point of contact with partners in other research groups in the Arts Faculty, exchange and sustain the interoperability of research data in the Arts and Humanities. You support and further expand national and international research collaborations of your research group, achieve scientific output that adheres to the highest international standard. You are able to acquire competitive funding from local, national and international funding sources and establish a solid presence in Digital Humanities networks such as Dariah and Europeana. 

Education

Education

The teaching  responsibilities contain the following elements. On BA level you will coordinate the faculty-wide BA courses ‘Data Science for the Humanities’ (‘L-Dataverwerking’) and ‘Information Strategies’ (‘L-Informatievaardigheden’). 

In collaboration with the Faculty of Science, the Arts Faculty offers an international MA in Digital Humanities. As a member of the Programme Advisory Committee with colleagues from both Faculties you will be one of the driving forces to  expand this MA programme and attract students with the right profile and building a network of apprenticeship opportunities. You will conduct the course ‘Introduction to Digital Humanities’ and teach another subject in line with your own research specialism. 

You will provide specialized training (linked to your expertise) to PhD students in their doctoral programme. 

You will develop your teaching approach in keeping with KU Leuven’s vision on activating and researched-based education, and make use of the possibilities for educational professionalization offered by the faculty and the university.

Service

You are prepared to provide scientific and societal services and take on administrative and management duties. You play an active part in profiling the Arts Faculty  towards new students and the wider professional field by participating in open days and networking events. As a senior researcher you will coach junior researchers and supervise (inter)national PhD students. 

Profile

You have a PhD in one of the disciplines of the Faculty of Arts with a proven track record in Digital Humanities methods and applications or a PhD in Computer science with a proven track record in Humanities research. Your research shows a strong focus on computational methodologies, data analysis and data visualisation in cultural-historical studies. 

You have a strong research profile. The quality of your research is proven by publications in leading international journals and conferences in your scholarship. International experience is an important advantage.

You have qualities related to academic education and are able to take on a range of educational tasks. You possess organisational skills and have a cooperative attitude. You are willing to collaborate with researchers from different cultural-historical disciplines in the Faculty. 

Proficiency in English is required. The official language used at KU Leuven is Dutch. If you do not speak Dutch (or do not speak it well) at the start of employment, KU Leuven will provide language training to enable you to take part in meetings. Before teaching courses in Dutch or English, you will be given the opportunity to learn Dutch, respectively English, to the required standard.

Offer

We offer an 80% employment in an intellectually challenging environment. KU Leuven is a research-intensive, comprehensive internationally oriented university that carries out both fundamental and applied scientific research. It has been hailed “Top European innovation university of the year” in the Reuters ranking and offers research disciplines and education in Biomedical, Science and Engineering as well as Humanities and Social Sciences. It is highly focused on interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research and strives for international excellence. The university actively works together with research partners in Belgium and abroad and provides its students with an academic education that is based on high-quality scientific research. The university has very advanced ICT and Media services and a strong centre for statistics and data science. 

You will work in Leuven, a historic, dynamic and lively city located in the heart of Belgium, within 20 minutes from Brussels, the capital of the European Union, and less than two hours from Paris, London and Amsterdam. As a junior researcher you will be appointed as tenure-track assistant professor (tenure track docent) for a period of 5 years, starting October 1, 2021. After this period and a positive evaluation, you obtain a tenured position as associate professor (hoofddocent).

KU Leuven is well set to welcome foreign professors and their family and provides practical support with regard to immigration & administration, housing, childcare, learning Dutch, and partner career coaching.

To facilitate scientific onboarding and accelerate research in the first phase a starting grant of 100.000 euro is offered to new professors without substantial other funding, appointed for at least 50%.

Interested?

A full description of the vacancy can be found at: https://www.kuleuven.be/personeel/jobsite/jobs/56116357?hl=en&lang=en

For more information please contact Prof. dr. Anke Gilleir, tel.: +32 16 32 48 78, mail: anke.gilleir@kuleuven.be. For problems with online applying, please contact solliciteren@kuleuven.be.

KU Leuven places great importance on research integrity and ethical conduct and will therefore ask you to sign an integrity statement upon appointment.

You can apply for this job no later than February 22, 2021 via the online application tool

(http://www.kuleuven.be/eapplyingforjobs/56116357).

KU Leuven seeks to foster an environment where all talents can flourish, regardless of gender, age, cultural background, nationality or impairments. If you have any questions relating to accessibility or support, please contact us at diversiteit.HR@kuleuven.be.

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Séminaire – Le médiévalisme. Des usages contemporains du Moyen Âge

Organisé par Aude Mairey, Directrice de recherche (LaMop – CNRS/Paris 1).

Depuis quelques décennies, le médiévalisme, que l’on peut définir à la suite de Louise d’Arcens comme « la réception, l’interprétation ou la recréation du Moyen Âge européen dans les cultures post-médiévales », est devenue une discipline à part entière, d’abord dans les pays anglophones puis dans l’ensemble de l’Europe occidentale (pour ne s’en tenir qu’à elle). Le champ est vaste : de Victor Hugo à J.R.R. Tolkien, de la recréation d’une architecture néo-gothique aux jeux vidéos populaires, de l’anneau de Jeanne d’Arc à la reconstitution de batailles médiévales, les usages contemporains du Moyen Âge sont nombreux – littéraires, cinématographiques, ludiques, mais aussi politique… Pourtant, alors que nos collègues littéraires ont été les premiers à s’emparer de ce champ au sein du monde universitaire, cela n’a pas été le cas (ou à peine) pour les historiens. Ce séminaire se propose donc d’envisager, en complémentarité avec les autres disciplines, tant l’histoire du médiévalisme que la diversité de ses usages actuels.

Il portera cette année sur les rapports entre le médiévalisme et l’Orient.

Les séances sont ouvertes à tous et se tiendront si possible le vendredi de 14h à 16h en salle Perroy, à la Sorbonne. Une tenue par Zoom est de toute façon prévue. Si vous souhaitez y assister, inscrivez-vous à l’adresse suivante : aude.mairey@univ-paris1.fr.

Programme :

5 février 2021
Annliese Nef (Université Paris 1)
« Des usages contrastés du passé islamique de l’Europe »

12 mars 2021
Florian Besson (agrégé et docteur en histoire)
« “À l’est, tout était différent”. L’Orient de Game of Thrones, monde d’altérités »

26 mars 2021
William Blanc (EHESS)
« Comme un samouraï. Figure du guerrier dans le cinéma et les manga japonais de l’Après-Guerre ».

9 avril 2021
Yohan Chanoir (EHESS)
« Un Moyen Âge plastique ? Le médiévalisme des cinémas chinois »

14 mai 2021
Catherine Richarte (INRAP)
« Médiévalisme, modernité des usages et renouvellement des connaissances sur le Moyen Âge. Quelques allégations revues à travers le prisme de l’archéologie ».

28 mai 2021
Benoît Grévin (EHESS)
« Un médiévalisme très oriental : les Hongrois et la pensée de l’origine asiatique ».

Source : LAMOP

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Séminaire – Seminar in the History of the Book 2021, Bodleian Libraries

Seminar in the History of the Book, Hilary Term 2021
Fridays at 2:15pm (GMT)


On-line: register to receive a link to each meeting, by e-mail to: bookcentre@bodleian.ox.ac.uk

Conveners: Cristina Dondi (Lincoln College, Oxford) and Alexandra Franklin (Bodleian Centre for the Study of the Book)

Due to limited space (even online), registrations for the live events will be honoured in the order received.

Presentations will be recorded if the speaker has granted permission, and in that case will be available a few weeks after the date of the seminar.

Programme :

Friday, January 22
Matthew Payne (Keeper of the Muniments, Westminster Abbey)
‘Follow the Money: Wynkyn de Worde, Jacques Ferrebouc and the Bardi’

Friday, January 29: Special session at 5:00pm GMT
Goostly Psalmes in Oxford and New Haven
Henrike Lähnemann (Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, University of Oxford)
‘Translating, Singing, Printing the Reformation. The Queen’s College Sammelband with Myles Coverdale’s Goostly Psalmes’
With a showing of The Queen’s College copy and the Bodleian and Beinecke fragments
Kathryn James (Beinecke Library, Yale University); Matthew Shaw (The Queen’s College, Oxford); Sarah Wheale (Bodleian Libraries, Oxford)

Friday, February 5
Francesco Guidi-Bruscoli (University of Florence)
‘The Borromei’s trade unveiled: digging for information in fifteenth-century account-books’

February 12 – No seminar

Friday, February 19
Alessandro Bianchi (Bodleian Libraries, Oxford)
‘Hidden in plain sight. Printed books from the Japanese Mission Press in the Bodleian Collections’

Friday, February 26
Kanupriya Dhingra (SOAS, University of London)
‘Streets and Serendipity: “Locating” Daryaganj Sunday Patri Kitab Bazar’

Friday, March 5
Benjamin Wardhaugh (University of Oxford)
‘Hunting for readers in sixteenth-century editions of the works of Euclid’

Friday, March 12
William Stoneman  (Cambridge, MA)
‘Buying Incunabula at Gimbel Brothers Department Store: A Curious Chapter in the History of American Book Collecting’

Source : Bodleian Libraries

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Appel à contribution – Aux frontières des genres

Au croisement de plusieurs champs disciplinaires comme la sociologie, l’histoire et l’anthropologie, les études de genre interrogent les limites identitaires de chacun·e. Construction sociale propre à chaque culture et chaque groupe humain, la notion de genre est au cœur des normes sociales qu’elle contribue à définir et redéfinir. À travers les cultures et les époques, les genres et les sexes ont rarement été limités à la seule dualité masculin-féminin. Dans ce numéro, les auteur·rice·s sont invité·e·s à s’intéresser à ce qui se situe sur ce spectre mais aussi au-delà de cette frontière binaire du genre. Peuvent être appréhendés, à la liberté des auteur·rice·s, les axes suivants : transidentité, androgynie, intersexuation, uidité, travestissement, castration, etc. Les articles pourront aborder ces thèmes et d’autres à travers les sources archéologiques, épigraphiques, iconographiques, par l’étude des mythes ou des constructions sociales, mais aussi questionner le regard porté par les études historiques et archéologiques modernes sur le genre et la sexuation dans les sociétés anciennes et médiévales.

Coordination du numéro

Loubna AYEB (Archéorient) et Élise PAMPANAY (HiSoMA)

Calendrier

20 juin 2021 : date limite de soumission des articles complets
• 1er septembre 2021 : retours des évaluations aux auteurs • 1er novembre 2021 : date de retour des versions corrigées • décembre 2021 : parution du numéro

Modalités de soumission

Les auteurs adresseront leur contribution à frontiere-s@mom.fr en précisant leur statut et leur organisme de rattachement.

Les contributions prendront la forme d’un texte en français ou en anglais comptant jusqu’à 22000 caractères (espaces non compris), accompagnés de résumés en français et en anglais (entre 800 et 1200 caractères, espaces non compris) et de mots- clés en français et en anglais.

Normes éditoriales et bibliographiques : https://publications-prairial.fr/frontiere-s

La revue

Frontière·s, Revue d’archéologie, histoire & histoire de l’art, est une revue en Open Access soutenue par la Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée Jean Pouilloux et hébergée par la pépinière de revues Prairial. Elle s’adresse aux chercheurs dont les travaux portent sur les sociétés antiques et médiévales. Son objectif est de proposer à la communauté scientifique un support de publication rapide et interdisciplinaire tout en garantissant la rigueur scientifique d’une revue à comité de lecture.

La finalité de la revue est d’appréhender la frontière comme objet transdisciplinaire et d’observer de quelle manière elle est abordée par des archéologues, historiens de l’art et historiens. Le comité de rédaction de Frontière·s invite les auteur·rice·s à traiter des problématiques renouvellées tous les semestres.

Les chercheur·euse·s peuvent aussi proposer des articles «au l de l’eau» qui intégreront la section varia de chaque numéro. Des comptes-rendus d’ouvrages traitant des frontières, des limites, des modalités de séparation, etc. peuvent également être proposés.

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Publication (open access) – « The Portal of Glory: Architecture, Matter, and Vision », éd. Fracisco Prado-Vilar

Accès : ici

To celebrate the start of the Santiago de Compostela Jubilee Year (Xacobeo 2021), the Complutense Foundation publishes an open-access digital edition of the book “The Portal of Glory: Architecture, Matter, and Vision,” which is the first publication of the A. W. Mellon Program for the study and conservation of the Portal of Glory of Santiago Cathedral

 The essays in this volume explore the constellation of images and creative processes that originate at the intersection between built architecture and imagined architecture, offering a unique vision of the Portal of Glory in its material reality, its constructive techniques, its scenographic design, its symbolic dimensions, and its phenomenological effects. In their totality, and in their individual contributions, the articles reveal yet-unknown aspects of Master Mateo’s intervention in the cathedral of Santiago, from the time he took over the direction of the works around 1168 to the moment of the temple’s consecration in 1211 – a long period that also witnessed the construction of two additional related projects: the magnificent stone choir, and the west façade. The book offers complete new architectural and digital reconstructions of both the stone choir and the west façade, with the restitution of all the displaced sculptures to their original locations and the analysis of the « avant-garde » enveloping scenography they were part of.

Table des matières :

 Preface: A Perpetual Morning. Francisco Prado-Vilar

 1. Aula Siderea: Architecture, Transfiguration, and Eschatology in the Cathedral of Santiago. Francisco Prado-Vilar

 2. The Façade of the Portal of Glory: Revelation of a Recovered Masterpiece. Francisco Prado-Vilar

 3. Terrestrial and Celestial Connections through Symbolic Schemata: The Stone Choir within the Sacred Topography of Santiago de Compostela. Erika Loic

 4. The Western Part of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela: An Approach towards the Building and the History of its Construction. Annette Münchmeyer

 5. The Construction of the Portal of Glory. Bernardino Sperandio

 6. The Creation of the Portal of Glory: An Examination of its Construction and Building Tecniques. Rodrigo de la Torre Martín-Romo

 7. A Granite Garden: The Historic and Cosmic Time of the Stone. Lorena Bello Gómez

 Epilogue: The Double Sunset of the Angel of History

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