This Panel at the Historians of Netherlandish Art Conference (Amsterdam, 2-5 June 2021) aims to explore how early modern individuals and groups branded themselves through their heraldic presentation on contemporary social media and materials. Although this call for papers focuses on the period 1500-1800, the panel host also welcomes proposals exploring the transition between the Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Period.
While we are working hard to prepare an exciting and coronaproof course program for 2020-2021, it has been decided to postpone the Medieval Studies Day, that would normally take place in the fall of 2020, until the fall of 2021.
Scholarships at the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome for MA, MPhil and PhD students (deadline for applications: 15 May 2020)
Spatial humanities are developing fast at the moment. This international expert meeting intends to bring together specialists from different disciplines in order to discuss possibilities, challenges, and next steps for spatial humanities that are concerned with late-medieval and early modern urban history and urban spaces.
PhD Position in Christianity and the History of Ideas (University of Groningen) (deadline for submission: 17 May 2020).
PhD Position in ERC-funded Project on Historical Future Expectations in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Period (University of Antwerp) (deadline for submission: 26 April 2020).
This two-day international conference organised by the 'Innovating Knowledge' Project aims to bring together researchers applying network analysis to premodern manuscripts and manuscript texts.
For many centuries, news about catastrophic events has been disseminated via media such as pamphlets, chronicles, poems, and prints. This conference welcomes contributions that engage with the cultural dimensions of disasters and reflect on representations of catastrophes in different media.
De voorjaarsvergadering van de Stichting Oudchristelijke Studiën vindt plaats op 7 maart 2020. De ochtendlezing wordt verzorgd door Prof. Gie Vleugels, terwijl Dr. Klazina Staat instaat voor de middaglezing.
This international workshop seeks to bring together an international and interdisciplinary group of scholars to work on the interrelated aspects of ancient and early medieval walls in the Mediterranean and northwestern Europe throughout the first millennium CE. The keynote address will be given by Hendrik Dey, and confirmed speakers include Rachele Dubbini, Penelope Goodman and Nicholas Purcell. Preceding the workshop, Prof. Hendrik Dey, Dr. Saskia Stevens, Dr. Megan Welton will conduct a three-hour seminar on the morning.
of the first day of Muros et Moenia.