Founded in 1953 in france as the centre international d'études romanes and re-established in 1956 in New York, the ICMA has members in twenty countries worldwide. Its international membership of academics, museum professionals, collectors, and enthusiasts of the art of the Middle Ages is vital to its mission.
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The award is for one year, with the possibility for renewal if funding should become available. The salary is $52,250. The position comes with an allowance for travel and research in conjunction with work on-site in Istanbul.
The journal is dedicated to publishing innovative work on iconography and every aspect of visual culture of the period up to 1600.
The program in Art History at Fordham University seeks to hire an art historian with a specialty in the art of the ancient Mediterranean region, up to ca. 750 CE. The successful candidate will teach introductory art history survey courses as well as upper-level electives in areas of expertise. We seek a scholar with ability to teach the art of the Greek or Roman world, though this need not be the primary area of scholarly research and publication.
The Director of Byzantine Studies reports to the Director of Dumbarton Oaks and oversees the Byzantine Study Program at Dumbarton Oaks. The Director of Studies supports the Byzantine Fellows (who are resident for the academic year, a term, or the summer and pursue their own research) and organizes scholarly meetings such as symposia, colloquia, and lectures.
We invite proposals for papers, sessions, and roundtables on all topics and in all disciplines of medieval and early modern studies. Proposals from learned societies and scholarly associations are particularly welcome. The deadline for proposals submissions is December 31.
The program is appropriate for students who will go on to apply to PhD programs as well as for those who wish to complete a terminal MA. In addition to choosing from a wide range of courses, students develop their skills in relevant languages, and are introduced to the study of manuscripts and early printed books.
For this session, we invite papers that address artistic circulation, mobility, exchange, networks, identity, media, and/or patronage in the Hanseatic arena. We welcome both specific case studies as well as papers that interrogate larger questions on ‘Hanseatic art’, Hanse art historical historiography, and the self-fashioning of Hanse merchants or patrons. Along these lines, papers could also explore artistic links between the Hanse and other trade networks or more generally, art and mercantile trade in littoral and riverine towns in Europe, c. 1200-1500.
For over a century, the Academy has awarded the Rome Prize to support innovative work in the arts and humanities. Through a national juried competition, Rome Prizes are awarded to emerging and established artists and scholars working in the following disciplines:
Vernacular texts of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries in England often fall in the gap between the two major fields of literary study, Old English and Middle English. While these texts have begun to receive the scholarly attention they deserve, religious and devotional texts are too often marginalized as not “literary.”
Post-doctoral Research Scholar, Byzantine Architectural History, 2015–2016 http://t.co/9G4PM86XAZ
Studies in Iconography: Editorial News and Call for Submissions http://t.co/wWSFCCMaM9
Art Historian, Art of the Ancient Mediterranean to 750 CE http://t.co/5whuNU2NFB
Director of Byzantine Studies Position Opening http://t.co/p9pXlRnaWf
Symposium on Medieval and Renaissance Studies http://t.co/DMzkGUz8yo
Accepting Applications for Columbia University Medieval & Renaissance Master's Program http://t.co/kVLeTiaLJi