Series: Reason and Beauty in Renaissance Christian Thought and Culture

A weekly webinar on Tuesdays covering philosophy, religion, poetry, and architecture, featuring scholars from around the world. Registration is required for each event, and can be done by clicking on the event itself in this list. If you miss a webinar, you can access the video of the event from the same list, or on […]


Manuscripts in Arabic Script: Introduction to Codicology

Note: This course has filled up and registration has been closed. The organizers plan to run it again soon, and suggest those interested sign up for their mailing list to receive notification when the details are settled. "This online course (2 days) aims to introduce Arabic manuscripts from a codicological and textual point of view. […]


ICMA Workshop: Digital Tools for Teaching

This demonstration and workshop is organized by the International Center of Medieval Art and will be led by Rheagan Martin, the ICMA’s Coordinator for Digital Engagement. "The workshop will focus on a comparison of the capabilities of ArtSteps and Omeka, two virtual exhibition platforms, as well as a demonstration of VoiceThread—a tool for commenting on […]


Dark Archives 20/20: A Voyage into the Medieval Unread and Unreadable

"A Three-day Voyage into the Medieval Unread and Unreadable: from its Micro- to Macrocosms, & the Promise for Future Medieval Scholarship This year, medieval primary materials have become physically inaccessible to researchers – and their archives literally dark – to a degree unknown since medieval studies first developed. And yet 2020 also caps a decade […]


1st International Seminar on Military Orders and Crusades

This conference is organized by the Latin American Society for the Study of the Military Orders and Crusades. It will be held online, in Portuguese and Spanish. Register in advance at their website (open until October 15). Full program is listed below (times are local to Brasil). *20/10/2020: 15:00 - 16:00: Foundation of the Latin […]

Recent Controversies in Islamic Medieval Studies: Pushing Back Against the Far Right’s Appropriation of the Medieval Past

A York Center for Medieval Studies seminar with Dr Stephennie Mulder. "Stephennie Mulder is Associate Professor of Islamic Art and Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin. She is a specialist in Islamic art, architectural history, and archaeology. She worked for over ten years as the head ceramicist at Balis, a medieval Islamic city […]