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The 36th annual Canadian Conference of Medieval Art Historians will be hosted by l’Université Laval (Québec, QC) on 1-2 April 2016. The organization welcomes those interested in medieval art and architecture from around the country (and beyond).
Thanks to a generous grant from the Kress Foundation, funds may be available to defray travel costs of sponsored session speakers.
The Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies is offering post-doctoral Fellowships to be used for research at the Institute in the medieval field of the holder's choice. The Mellon Fellowships are intended for young medievalists of exceptional promise who have completed their doctoral work within the previous five years, including those who are starting their professional academic careers.
Including the “Agincourt carol,” music written for the coronations of the Lancaster House, and music written by Henry V himself for John of Bridlington (the last Englishman to be canonized before the Reformation), the program portrays a nuanced picture of Henry V and 15c England politically, dynastically, and religiously.
Qualifications include a Ph.D. in Art History with an emphasis in European medieval art at the time of appointment, and a strong record of excellence in research and teaching in the discipline. A secondary specialization in Islamic art of the Mediterranean world (8th-12th c.) is highly desired. Additional museum, archaeology, cultural preservation or architectural history experience is preferred, but not required.
The Department of Fine Arts at the University of Hong Kong is looking for an art historian specialising in Medieval or Renaissance art.
Keynote speakers will include Brigitte Bedos-Rezak, David Crouch, Sandy Heslop and Adrian Ailes. Themed sessions will include images and cultural history, politics, power and people, and ownership, authority and function. Speakers will include Simon Keynes, Nicholas Vincent, John Cherry, Martin Henig, Jessica Berenbeim, Ambre Vilain and Annabel Gallop.
The sixth Lincoln College International Summer School in Greek Palaeography will be held on 1-6 August 2016. The school offers a five-day introduction to the study of Greek manuscripts through ten reading classes, four library visits and five thematic lectures.
Almost one hundred (100) early-career scholars have been supported by our postdoctoral fellowships since the inception of this program in academic year 1992-93. The overwhelming majority of our postdoctoral fellows have gone on to successful academic careers around the world.
CALL FOR PAPERS: 36TH CANADIAN CONFERENCE OF MEDIEVAL ART HISTORIANS https://t.co/xDIoq6NRRq
CALL FOR ICMA SPONSORED SESSION PROPOSALS https://t.co/hYJn5zfAZy
Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellowships at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies https://t.co/mVdKahA3bk
Binchois Consort at the Cloisters https://t.co/c87GvK6sQC
Tenure-Track Position: Medieval Art History https://t.co/4mA8s1FAd5
Tenure track Medieval Art Position at University of Hong Kong https://t.co/DNwSDqkkcK