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Appel à contribution – The Medieval Eschatology

Santiago de CompostelaJuly 28-29th, 2021 Eschatology is one of the central components of medieval Christian culture. The end of the world, the Last Judgment, salvation, Messianism, the Antichrist, the Apocalypticism and millenarianism are inescapable elements in what we may generally … Lire la suite

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Bourse – Grants: Association for Art History

To further our mission to advance the study and practice of art history, the Association for Art History offer grants of up to £1,000 which provide support to aid scholarly research, to develop professional practice and to further the teaching … Lire la suite

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Publication – « After the Carolingians. Re-defining Manuscript Illumination in the 10th and 11th Centuries », éd. Beatrice Kitzinger and Joshua O’Driscoll

A volume that introduces new sources and offers fresh perspectives on a key era of transition, this book is of value to art historians and historians alike. From the dissolution of the Carolingian empire to the onset of the so-called … Lire la suite

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Web – Atlante delle Xilografie italiane del Rinascimento

Accès : ici L’Atlante delle xilografie italiane del Rinascimento è frutto di un progetto di ricerca inteso a studiare e catalogare il materiale grafico xilografico e le matrici lignee realizzati in Italia dai primi esemplari noti fino al 1550 circa. … Lire la suite

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Publication – « Medieval Manuscripts in the Digital Age », éd. Benjamin Albritton, Georgia Henley, Elaine Treharne

Medieval Manuscripts in the Digital Age explores one major manuscript repository’s digital presence and poses timely questions about studying books from a temporal and spatial distance via the online environment. Through contributions from a large group of distinguished international scholars, … Lire la suite

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Publication – Laura Alidori Battaglia, « Il libro d’ore in Italia tra confraternite e corti (1275-1349). Lettori, artisti, immagini »

Il libro d’ore, vero “best seller del Medioevo”, fu il testo devozionale per eccellenza a partire dall’ultimo quarto del XIII secolo. Sostenuto da un corpus di diciassette codici, in parte inediti, il presente volume analizza i libri d’ore italiani in … Lire la suite

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Podcast – Nicolas Schroeder, « Interpolation ou spécificités de gestion ? Les descriptions “carolingiennes” des domaines de Wissembourg et Altenstadt dans le Liber Edilini

Nicolas Schroeder, « Interpolation ou spécificités de gestion ? Les descriptions “carolingiennes” des domaines de Wissembourg et Altenstadt dans le Liber Edilini », intervention au Webinaire H37 Histoire et Cultures graphiques, le 18 mai 2020 à 14h. Source : YouTube – H37

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Podcast – Hidden Narratives of Medieval Art by Dr Katherine Wilson

This talk will explore the hidden narratives behind medieval artworks, revealing that far from reflecting their owners’ power and status, these objects conveyed the uncertainty of everyday life and the fragility of princely rule during the Middle Ages.​ Source : … Lire la suite

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Podcast – Présentations d’outils de recherche de la plateforme Brepolis

Liste des podcasts disponibles en français et en anglais : Database of Latin Dictionaries (Presentation in French) et Database of Latin Dictionaries (Presentation in English). Bibliographie Internationale de l’Humanisme et de la Renaissance (Presentation in French) et International Bibliography of … Lire la suite

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Podcast – The Mother of All Pandemics: The State of Black Death Research in the Era of COVID-19

The Mother of All Pandemics: The State of Black Death Research in the Era of COVID-19 A Medieval Academy of America Webinar Recorded Friday 15 May 2020 Moderators: Winston Black (Independent Scholar) and Lori Jones (Univ. of Ottawa) Respondent: Monica … Lire la suite

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