Medieval Conflicts and Contrasts: Summer term 2016/2017

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22 February: Lenka Panušková (ÚDU AV ČR): “Who was the Reader of the Passional of the Abbess Cunigonde? Passion Imagery and Devotion in St George Monastery, Prague”

1 March: Alixe Bovey (The Courtauld Institute of Art, London): The Smithfield Decretals: The Art of Storytelling in Fourteenth-Century London

8 March: Kateřina Horníčková (Universität Wien): “Earned in Translation? The Antichrist Cycle in the Velislav Bible and the Representation of the Intellectual Community”

15 March: Sarah James (University of Kent in Canterbury): “The Friar, the Saint, and the Miraculous Image”

22 March: Karoline Kjesrud (Universitete I Oslo, Institutt for lingvistiske og nordiske studier): “From the Mother of God to the Mother of Mary”

29 March:Helena Znojemská (ÚALK FF UK): “The Franks Casket and the Appositive Style”

5 April: Vincent Gillespie (University of Oxford): “Man of Sorrows”

12 April: Emily Guerry (University of Kent in Canterbury): “Passion relics and Patrons between Paris and Prague”

19 April: Tomáš Klír (ÚPA, FF UK): “Images that heat – stove tiles in late medieval Bohemia”

26 April: Gabriella Mazzon (Universität Innsbruck): Affectivity in late-medieval texts and images”

3 May: Mary Carruthers: (New York University; University of  Oxford): “The Geometry of Creativity: Using Diagrams in the Middle Ages”

10 May: Helen Cooper (University of Cambridge): “The Living and the Dead” (the ‘three living and the three dead’, the Dance of Death, and the Towneley play of Lazarus)

17 May: Deirdre Jackson (Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge): “The Colours of Fortune”

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