Tagged: colloquium

Aquatic Animals and Monsters of the Northern Seas: Programme (Cerisy-La-Salle, May 31-June 2017)

The Colloquium is devoted to the history of fish, aquatic monsters and mammals in the northern seas (the English Channel, North Sea, Baltic Sea, Norwegian Sea, the North Atlantic), from antiquity to 1600. The colloquium is structured in five topics: Zoological Knowledge: Naming Describing, Identifying Sea products: fishing, eating, transforming Iconography: representing marine...

St Jerome and the Lion 1502 Tempera on canvas, 141 x 211 cm Scuola di San Giorgio degli Schiavoni, Venice

Conference: The Animals according to Church Fathers (Sylvanes, France, 23-26 June 2016

Les animaux chez les Pères de l’Église 25e Rencontres de Patristique, Abbaye de Sylvanès (Aveyron, France), 23-26 June, 2016 Organization: Université de Toulouse 2 – Jean-Jaurès ; Université catholique de Louvain, Institut des Sources Chrétiennes Les « Rencontres de Patristique » existent depuis plus de vingt-cinq ans ; elles furent longtemps organisées à Carcassonne avant d’être reprises d’abord...

Call for Papers: The Animal Turn in Medieval Health Studies, International Medieval Congress, Leeds 3 – 7 July 2016

Contact: Sunny Harrison at the Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds (medievalanimalhealth@gmail.com) Deadline: Friday 11th September 2015. Conference details The International Medieval Congress will be hosted at the University of Leeds, 3–7 July, 2016. The IMC offers ‘an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of all aspects of Medieval Studies. Papers and sessions...

Colloquium : International Reynard Society (Zürich, July, 15-19, 2015)

The 21st Colloquium of the International Reynard Society is organised at the University of Zürich. It takes place in the main building of the University, overlooking the city, from Wednesday, 15th to Saturday, 19th July 2015. List of papers (by order of time-line) Baudouin van den Abeele: Les oiseaux dans l’espace domestique médiéval:...

Woman feeding a hen and chickens, circa 1325-1335. London, BL, Add. 42130, f.166v

Call for papers: Feeding animals/Eating animals. Theories, attitudes and cultural representations of nutrition in ancient and medieval world (Palermo, Feb. 27, 2015)

Memoria Scientiae, 2015 Feeding animals/Eating animals. Theories, attitudes and cultural representations of nutrition in ancient and medieval world Palermo, 27 febbraio 2015 Esperienza inSegna Polo didattico di Viale delle Scienze, Università di Palermo Abstract deadline: Thursday, December 18, 2014 Organizers Pietro Li Causi (independent researcher, Palermo) Andrea Libero Carbone (independent researcher, Palermo) Scientific Board...

Call for papers: International Reynard Society (Zürich, July, 15-19, 2015)

The 21st  Colloquium of the International Reynard Society will be organised at the University of Zurich  from Wednesday, 15th to Saturday, 19th July 2015. For this edition of the Colloquium, the bureau of the Reynard Society suggests the following topics: The allegorical animal – the animal allegory; Birds; “Border cases” among short narratives

Conrad Gesner, Icones animalium, Zurich: Froschauer, 1553, p. 28

Impressions from the International Conference “Animals and Words” (Darmstadt, May 26-27, 2014)

Animaliter is an international research network, which acronym means ‘Animal in literature’. The core team gathers scholars from Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and Switzerland. Animaliter’s main research project is to publish an on-line encyclopaedia of animals found in medieval literature (in Romance, Latin, German and Scandinavian languages). Many scholars from many countries (Italy,...

Animals and Otherness in the Middle Ages cover (Arceopress 2013)

Animals and Otherness in the Middle Ages. Perspectives across disciplines

This publication has its origin in the colloquium Animals and Otherness in the Middle Ages held at the Faculty of Geography and History at Complutense University in Madrid in February 2011. This publication aims to bring together scholars from a range of disciplines to consider the diverse use of animals in constructions of...