Archives par étiquette : Early Modern Period

Appel à communication : Transition(s): concept, methods and case studies (Liege, 30-31 Jan 18)

Justus Sustermans, Portrait de Galilée, 1636, huile sur toile, Londres, Greenwich, National Maritime Museum.

Type : Appel à communication
Date limite de l’appel : 15 septembre 2017
Date de l’événement : 30 – 31 janvier 2018
Lieu : Liège

International PhD Students’ Meetings. PART 1 : “Transition(s): concept, methods and case studies (14th-17th centuries)”, Liège, 30th and 31st January 2018

The Research Unit Transitions. Middle Ages and Early Modern Period (University of Liège) associated with the research laboratory TRAME (Texts, Representations, Archaeology and Memory from Antiquity to the

Renaissance) of the University of Picardie Jules Verne and with the Centre for Advanced Studies in the Renaissance of the University François Rabelais (Tours) on the occasion of International PhD Students’ Meetings in three parts. Implemented by PhD students of these three institutions, the aim of the meetings is to enable exchange and discussion between PhD students, junior researchers and skilled colleagues. The first of these three meetings will be held in Liège on Tuesday January 30th and Wednesday January 31st, 2018.

From the Middle Ages until the upheavals brought about by Galilean science, Europe underwent a period of unceasing questioning which challenged the political balance and its legitimacy, shook the foundations of confessional unity, and expanded the limits of knowledge and of creation. In an attempt to transcend the inherited divisions of the long historiographical tradition, the Research Unit Transitions. Continuer la lecture

Appel à communication : Session at RSA

Caspar Netscher, La Dentellière, 1662, huile sur toile, 33 x 27 cm, Londres, Wallace Collection.

Type : Appel à communication

Date limite de l’appel : 22 mai 2017

Date de l’événement : 22 – 24 mars 2018

Lieu : Nouvelle Orléans

Northerners in Italy: Negotiating Style, Art Markets, and Comunità Historians of Netherlandish Art (HNA) Sponsored Session

The lure of Italy enticed hundreds of northern European artists to cross the Alps during the early modern period in search of artistic inspiration and fame in centers such as Venice, Rome, and Florence. How these artists negotiated their new surroundings, however, depended upon economic and social factors specific to each particular center. Recent studies focused upon artistic migration, emerging art academies, and expanding art markets in Italy have highlighted how complex and mercurial this process could be. However, a broader study that identifies consistent patterns concerning artistic mobility is still needed. This session seeks to address this lacuna, probing further the process of acclimation for northern European artists in Italy and the effect of travel on artistic practice and theory. Continuer la lecture