Upcoming C/E Medieval Conferences in September 2017

Monasteries in the Digital Humanities

Deep Roots Leaflet asking for help in NorciaKraków-Tyniec, Benedictine Abbey,
13 September 2017 – 16 September 2017

Deadline for proposals: 15.11.2016

The Conference will focus on the following topics:

a) Presentation of the history of monasteries and religious orders on the internet (monasticons, portals and blogs, websites, databases, maps etc.). Digital reconstruction of former monasteries, virtual monastery libraries, utility rooms in monasteries etc.

b) Digitisation of the written legacy of monasteries.

c) Creation of platforms providing information and bringing together scholars researching monasteries.

d) Dissemination of knowledge of monasteries and religious orders online.

e) Possibilities of creating an online monasticon encompassing monasteries located both in Europe (including Poland) and other parts of the world.

f) Digital tools and resources in humanities research. Problems – solutions – proposals.

Please send us the proposed titles of your full papers (up to 20 min.) and short communication papers (up to 10 min.)

The conference is organised by the Friends of History Society in Wrocław, Branch of the Polish Historical Society, in collaboration with the Institute of History, University of Wrocław, Institute of History, University of Opole, and the Benedictine Abbey of Tyniec.

“The call for papers for Kings & Queens 6 is now out! The theme will be ‘In the Shadow of the Throne’ to focus on the wider members of the dynasty and supporting personnel to the monarch-lots of possibilities there for an exciting conference. The conference will be held in Madrid, hosted by UNED from 12-15 September 2017. There are 20 bursaries available for students and early career researchers which is a very exciting development. Deadline for proposals is 30 March 2017-send these and any queries you may have on the conference to the dedicated email address Kq6Madrid@gmail.com. The call for papers is now live on our website: http://www.royalstudiesnetwork.org/k-q-conference-series 

 

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Image result for king queen spain medieval 12-15 September 2017 Madrid UNED

The theme will be ‘In the Shadow of the Throne’ to focus on the wider members of the dynasty and supporting personnel to the monarch-lots of possibilities there for an exciting conference, hosted by UNED from Madrid.

“The call for papers for Kings & Queens 6 is now out!

There are 20 bursaries available for students and early career researchers which is a very exciting development.

Deadline for proposals is 30 March 2017-send these and any queries you may have on the conference to the dedicated email address Kq6Madrid@gmail.com. The call for papers is now live on our website: http://www.royalstudiesnetwork.org/k-q-conference-series 

 

Medialatinitas 2017

Medieval Latin CommitteeUniversity of Vienna

17-23 September 2017

The next, eighth conference will be held in the week of  in Vienna, Austria.

The proposed theme is: Mittellatein vernetzt / Medieval Latin Networks!

Verortung, Entgrenzung, Globalisierung

Berlin and Brandenburg
20 September 2017 – 23 September 2017

Bode-Museum_(Spreeblick),sm

The 4th Forum Medieval Art will focus on research at the geographical and methodological boundaries of classical medieval studies. The conference will highlight the interaction of Central European medieval art and artistic production with other regions ranging from Eastern Europe, Byzantium, the Middle East, the Caucasus and the Mediterranean to the British Isles and the Baltic region. Especially welcome are topics discussing phenomena such as migration, media transformation and changing cultural paradigms. By asking for culturally formative regions at the borders of “Europe” and transcultural contact zones.

Hosted by: Deutscher Verein für Kunstwissenschaft e.V. www.dvfk-berlin.de

For a Full description and Call for Papers visit:
http://mittelalterkongress.de/mittelalterkongress/wb/pages/home.php?lang=EN

Bode-Museum_(Spreeblick),smIV. Forum Kunst des Mittelalters

 

 

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