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  • Lisbon

    Call for papers - History

    The New Medieval Lisbon 1147-1217

    The Ways of the West and the East

    Between the 23rd and 25th of October 2017, the Institute for Medieval Studies (IEM) will organize the V colloquium “The New Medieval Lisbon”. The commemorative evocation of the conquests of Lisbon in 1147 and of Alcácer do Sal in 1217 is the pretext for a broader debate not only around these events, their meaning and impact, but also on its wider context, and on the diversity of the ways that, at the time, were being shaped and reshaped, both in the peninsular context and in the wider scenarios which linked the West to the East.

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  • Lisbon

    Call for papers - History

    Changes and continuities - global history, visual culture and itinerance

    Dans la continuité des deux premiers workshops internationaux « Changements et continuités », réalisés en 2014 et en 2015, l’Instituto de Estudos Medievais, le Centro de História d'Aquém e d'Além-Mar, l’Instituto de História Contemporânea et l’Instituto de História da Arte organisent le troisième workshop intitulé « Changements et continuités. Histoire globale, culture visuelle et itinérances », les 14 et 15 septembre 2017.

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  • Madrid

    Call for papers - Representation

    Revista Digital de Iconografía Medieval

    Articles for publication in our journal should be sent by email to irgonzal@ghis.ucm.es. The text must be written in Spanish, English or French, in a Word file. Images, only accepted in JPG, GIF, TIFF, of BMP file, should be attached together with a list of contents including all the information concerning the work of art depicted and the origin of the reproduction.

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  • Evora

    Conference, symposium - Middle Ages

    Political communication and diplomacy in the Late Middle Ages

    This meeting wants to carry out a state of the art on the history of medieval diplomacy, a topic on methodological renewal process. For this, it will focus on aspects such as new historiographical tendencies the wide range of sources available (literature, archives, letters...), sociology of the protagonists (clergy, nobility, lawyers, merchants...) and the different political contexts of medieval diplomacy (papacy, kingdoms, cities...).

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  • Castelo de Vide

    Call for papers - History

    The role of small towns in building Medieval Europe

    It is our aim to promote an approach to urban studies which, repeatedly but discontinuously, appears on the horizon of historical, geographical, sociological and anthropological research, always with a certain stigma as an inferior and unattractive subject of analysis. Inferior, because each time it has been considered on a comparative scale, it comes up against the variability of definitions of its designating attribute. It is unattractive inasmuch as it is not satisfied by scientific approaches rooted in the intention to capture decisive and major development processes. By combining several scientific areas, this conference aims to give a voice to the small towns of a Medieval Europe, increasingly perceived as "moving".

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  • Call for papers - Middle Ages

    Debuerit habere regnum. Deposing and proclaiming kings in the middle ages

    Debuerit habere regnum. Depôr e proclamar reis na idade média

    This interdisciplinary conference intends to be a meeting point for specialists in History, Art History and Literature in order to discuss medieval kings’ depositions and irregular self-proclamations within a European context, and especially the ceremonies and discourses associated to these events.

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  • Lisbon

    Call for papers - Middle Ages

    Medieval manuscripts in motion

    The 2nd edition of the International Conference "Medieval Europe in Motion" is already underway. It will take place in Lisbon, March 4-6, 2015. The conference's main scientific goal is, once more, to analyse the phenomenon of circulation, motion and mobility of people, forms and ideas during the Middle Ages. This time, however, the focus will be on the illuminated manuscripts. This three-day Conference aims thus to conduct a critical and constructive revision of research on Iberian Book Illumination in the Middle Ages, proposing new questions to be discussed. 

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  • Brasília

    Call for papers - History

    Ibero-American dialogues

    10th Middle Ages study day

    The Brazilian Association of Medieval Studies (ABREM) will hold its Xth International Meeting of Medieval Studies: Ibero-american dialogues, from July 1st through 5th,  at the Universidade de Brasília (UnB), 2013. One of the main goals is to improve the networking between medievalists dedicated to the study of the Iberian Middle Ages. This meeting serves as a hub for latin-american specialists and also improves the connection that several institutes and labs maintain with Portuguese and Spanish researchers. One of its other goals would be to set up interinstitutional and international web researches. Finally, this meeting’s main focus is the Ibero-American medievalism itself.  

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