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XI COLOQUIO ARS MEDIAEVALIS.. (In)sights regarding Medieval Art. A tribute to Herbert L. Kessler

€ 170.00
Duration: 21-23 Octubre 2021
Location: Aguilar de Campoo (Palencia) / Villa de la Olmeda (Saldaña)
Start date: 21/Oct/2021
Ending date: 23/Oct/2021
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Este año 2021 el Profesor Kessler cumple 80 años. Con ocasión de este hito, deseamos celebrar su aniversario con un homenaje en forma de edición especial de Ars Mediaevalis, con la participación de relevantes académicos internacionales que han forjado una dilatada y fértil relación con el Profesor Kessler.
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XI COLOQUIO ARS MEDIAEVALIS

Una mirada perspicaz al arte Medieval. Homenaje a Herbert L. Kessler

(In)sights regarding Medieval Art. A tribute to Herbert L. Kessler

 

Dirección:

Gerardo Boto Varela (Universidad de Gerona)Alejandro García Avilés (Universidad de Murcia)

Resumen

Desde hace once años se celebra en Aguilar de Campoo, sede de la Fundación Santa María la Real, el coloquio internacional Ars Mediaevalis. Cada edición ha planteado un argumento transversal que, conforme a las aproximaciones metodológicas más actuales, permite analizar y comprender aspectos relevantes del Arte Medieval. El grueso de los resultados de esos coloquios, tras las preceptivas revisiones académicas, se publica con puntual regularidad en la revista Codex Aqvilarensis. Revista de Arte Medieval, cuyos contenidos están en acceso abierto en su totalidad.Tanto en la organización de las ediciones de Ars Mediaevalis, como en la elaboración del número correspondiente de Codex Aqvilarensis. Revista de Arte Medieval, hemos contado con un privilegio excepcional: el magisterio y la amistad de Herbert L. Kessler, académico reconocido como una de las figuras más egregias e inspiradoras de la historiografía del Arte Medieval en las últimas décadas. Este año 2021 el Profesor Kessler cumple 80 años. Con ocasión de este hito, deseamos celebrar su aniversario con un homenaje en forma de edición especial de Ars Mediaevalis, con la participación de relevantes académicos internacionales que han forjado una dilatada y fértil relación con el Profesor Kessler. La celebración de esta reunión científica desde instituciones académicas españolas será una ocasión irrepetible de incuestionable relevancia en el paisaje del medievalismo internacional. 

 

Abstract

For the last eleven years, we have organised the international colloquium Ars Mediaevalis in Aguilar de Campoo (Palencia, Castile, Spain), the headquarters of the Fundación Santa María la Real. Each edition has proposed a cross-cutting argument that, in accordance with current methodological approaches, has allowed us to analyse and understand relevant aspects of Medieval Art. The results of these colloquia are published year after year -once the mandatory peer-reviews are received- in the journal Codex Aqvilarensis. Revista de Arte Medieval, whose contents are open-access in full.In organising the successive editions of Ars Mediaevalis, as well as in preparing the corresponding issue of Codex Aqvilarensis, we have been privileged to have the expertise and friendship of Herbert L. Kessler, who is acknowledged as one of the most eminent and inspiring scholars in the Historiography of Medieval Art in recent decades.  This year 2021 Professor Kessler will be 80 years old. On this occasion, we would like to celebrate his anniversary with a tribute in the form of a special edition of the Ars Mediaevalis colloquium, with the participation of some relevant international scholars who have forged a long and fertile relationship with Professor Kessler. The holding of this academic meeting by Spanish academic institutions will be a unique opportunity, with an unquestionable relevance in the landscape of international medievalism. 

 

PROGRAMA

 

Jueves, 21 octubre (Sede Fundación Sta. Mª la Real)

Presidencia de sesión: Javier Martínez de Aguirre / Universidad Complutense de Madrid09.15 h.: Recepción de participantes y entrega del material

09.30 h.: Presentación e inauguración del Coloquio

09.50 h.: Vincent Debiais (EHESS): Figuración y desfiguración en el libro de bendiciones de Æthelwold

10.30 h.: Stefano Riccioni (Università Ca Foscari-Venezia): “The European connection”. Arte e teoria dell’arte durante la Riforma della Chiesa (secoli XI-XII)

11.10 h.: Debate

11.30 h.: Pausa-café

11.50 h.: Beate Fricke (Universität Bern): The Contribution of Wisdom to Creation: A Double Beginning in the Stammheim Missal

12.30 h: Debate

13.00 h: Acto de Homenaje a Herbert L. Kessler (Monasterio Santa María la Real) 

Sesión de tarde (Sede Fundación Sta. Mª la Real)Presidencia de sesión: Marc Sureda / Museu Episcopal Vic-TEMPLA

15.30 h.: Marcia Kupfer (Independent Scholar, Washington D.C.). Nails and Blacksmiths in Ethiopian Art (13th–19th centuries)

16.10 h.: Jeffrey F. Hamburger (Harvard University): The Triple Essence of the Visual Process.

16.50 h.: Debate

17.10 h.: Descanso

17.30 h.: Presentación y debate del libro Herbert L. Kessler - Experiencing Medieval Art (University of Toronto Press) / La experiencia del arte medieval (Akal)

18.10 h.: Debate

18.30 h.: Visita a la iglesia de Santa Cecilia de Aguilar de Campoo   

Viernes, 22 de octubre (Villa romana de la Olmeda)

Presidencia de sesión: Charles Barber / Princeton University

09.45 h.: Éric Palazzo (Université de Poitiers): Anachronic Limitations: A Medieval Reflection on the Scuola di San Giorgio degli Schiavoni

10.25 h.: Allegra Iafrate (Ministero degli Affari Esteri): Medieval Treasure Maps: an Uncharted Genre

11.05 h.: Debate

11.25 h.: Descanso

11.45 h.: Francesca Dell'Acqua (Università di Salerno): An Image of Authority. The Ivory Plaque with the Enthroned Virgin from Aachen, c. 800–25

12.25 h.: Assaf Pinkus (Tel Aviv University): Experiencing the Gigantic in Late Medieval Art

13.05 h.: Debate

16.00 h.: Excursión. G. Boto / F. Gutiérrez-Baños  

Sábado, 23 de octubre (Monasterio Santa María la Real)

Presidencia de Sesión: Alejandro García Avilés / Universidad de Murcia

09.30 h.: Rocío Sánchez Ameijeiras (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela): Images for Babel

10.10 h.: Beatrice Kitzinger (Princeton University): "et ordo peritus eius opus canere [scriptura] ab arte bene": Notes on a Ninth-Century Psalter

10.50 h.: Debate

11.10 h.: Descanso

11.30 h.: Celia Chazelle (The College of New Jersey): Race and Empire: Victorian-Era Illustrations of Pope Gregory Meeting the English Child-Slaves

12.10 h.: Nino Zchomelidse (Johns Hopkins University): Peter of Eboli’s Liber ad honorem Augusti. Some thoughts about the intersection of art and knowledge in medieval southern Italy

12:50 h.: Debate

13.10 h:  Conclusiones y perspectivas: G. Boto Varela - A. García Avilés - H. L. Kessler

13.20 h.: Clausura y entrega de certificados a los asistentes  

LUGAR DE CELEBRACIÓN

 Las sesiones presenciales tendrán lugar en la sede de la Fundación Santa María la Real (Avda. Ronda 1, junto al puente mayor), en el monasterio de Santa María la Real y en la villa romana de La Olmeda. 

Desarrollo del curso (presencial y online)

 El curso se desarrollará simultáneamente en versión presencial y online.La versión presencial estará sujeta al aforo y a las normas de seguridad establecidas por las autoridades en el momento de la celebración del seminario. A los alumnos matriculados en la versión online se les facilitará al comienzo del curso un enlace para poder acceder a las conferencias en tiempo real. Además, todas las conferencias se grabarán y se colgarán en un canal privado durante un mes para que los alumnos inscritos puedan visionarlas cuantas veces quieran. 

 

CONDICIONES DEL CURSO

VERSIÓN PRESENCIAL

Matrícula ordinaria: 170 €

Matrícula reducida: 125 € (Amigos del Patrimonio, Amigos del Románico, asistentes al Coloquio de 2019 y a los inscritos en otros cursos de la Fundación Santa María la Real del Patrimonio Histórico en 2021).

Matrícula especial: 70 € (estudiantes universitarios menores de 27 años) 

VERSIÓN ONLINE

Matrícula ordinaria: 115 €

Matrícula reducida: 90 € (personas en paro, Amigos del Patrimonio, Amigos del Románico, asistentes al Coloquio de 2019 y los inscritos en otros cursos de la Fundación Santa María la Real del Patrimonio Histórico en 2021). 

·         Los alumnos que opten por la matrícula reducida o especial deberán presentar un documento acreditativo de su situación: tarjeta de desempleo, carnet universitario o carnet de alguna de las asociaciones arriba mencionadas. Los asistentes al Coloquio de 2019 y a otros cursos de la Fundación Santa María la Real del Patrimonio Histórico en 2021 quedan exentos de este trámite.

·         ¿Quiere hacerse Amigo del Patrimonio? Póngase en contacto en el teléfono 983 219 700 o por correo electrónico, escribiendo a amigos@santamarialareal.org. 

 

Plazo de inscripción:

 Hasta el 14 de octubre de 2021 A aquellos alumnos que por propia voluntad anulen su matrícula con posterioridad al 22 de septiembre sólo se les devolverá el 50% del importe.

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