The Department of Art & Archaeology at Princeton University, with additional support from the Committee for the Study of Late Antiquity (CSLA) and the Center for Collaborative History (CCH), organizes a virtual conference on Syriac Iconography. This conference gathers diverse scholars from across the globe whose research touches on all aspects of Syriac iconography and visual culture in any geographic region from late antiquity throughout the Middle Ages, to roughly 1400 C.E.
Student organisation Teiresias organizes a lecture series on how to turn your master’s thesis into a publishable paper. In three days, experts from the world of academics and publishing will be presenting their advice on how to write your first publication. The aim is to cater specifically to the niche subjects of the Middle Ages and Antiquity.
The Diploma in Medieval Studies entitled European Diploma for the study of Medieval Latin written sources, organised in the framework of the ERASMUS+ programme, was created at Louvain-la-Neuve in 1991. More than twenty European and extra-European universities are involved. The courses focus on methodology and teaching of auxiliary disciplines: Classical Latin, Medieval Latin, History of Libraries, Palaeography, Codicology, Diplomatics, and Text Editing. All courses are taught in Italian, English, or French. Given the global Covid-19 outbreak, for the academic year 2021-2022 FIDEM has exceptionally decided to provide a partially blended DEEM programme, within which it will be possible to apply for both an in-class and an on-line course.
In close collaboration with the Center for Medieval Studies (Fordham), Centre for Medieval literature (Odense and York) and Centre for Medieval Studies (York), the University of Ghent organizes an Autumn School for PhD- and MA-students in Medieval Studies (18-22 October 2021). It will be organized in a blended way, allowing distance participation for both tutors and students and for the whole programme to move online if necessary. Taking the 12th-century Liber Floridus, a manuscript created at a specific time and place, as its touchstone, this Autumn School will address the challenge of scales of knowledge in times of rapid geopolitical change. Registration deadline: 20 September 2021.
On 8 July, the symposium 'The digital reconstruction of the crucifixion of the Lindau master (ca. 1425)' will take place at the auditorium of Museum Catharijnecovent, from where it will also be broadcasted online.
In de serie tafelgesprekken ‘Van kluis naar kussen’ krijgt de kijker een blik achter de schermen van de Bijzondere Collecties van de Universitaire Bibliotheken Leiden (UBL). In deze aflevering staat de collectie middeleeuwse handschriften uit de ‘kluis’ centraal.
A temporary position of Senior Researcher (SKO 1109) in Medieval Studies is available at the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo.
The position will be linked to the ERC Advanced Grant project 101018645 MINiTEXTS “Minuscule Texts: Marginalized Voices in Early Medieval Latin Culture (c. 700–c.1000),” led by Professor Ildar Garipzanov.
Deadline: 9 August 2021.
The Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies of the University of Groningen offers three four-year scholarships to complete a PhD in Theology and Religious Studies. Deadline: 14 July 2021.
Charles University (Prague) is seeking highly qualified international post-doc researchers in the following domains: medieval literature, medieval Latin, and medieval philosophy. Deadline: 15 July 2021.
De Utrechtse Universiteitsbibliotheek afdeling Bijzondere Collecties en het NWO-project Citizenship Discourses in the Early Middle Ages hebben ruimte voor vier stagiairs. Je gaat stagelopen bij de UBU Bijzondere collecties en bij het NWO-onderzoeksproject Citizenship Discourses in the Early Middle Ages. Samen met medestagiairs bereid je een tentoonstelling voor in de Domkerk in het kader van het project Gelukkige stad! Sint-Maarten en de 900ste stadsverjaardag van Utrecht in 2022.