2023 BAA Postgraduate Conference

Wednesday 29th November 2023

12.30 pm – 17.35 pm (GMT)

Registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMsf-qprD0jH9UbLeXa9NJx-jLwbibe6woG 

12.30 – 12.40 pm – Welcome

12.40 – 14.30 pm – Panel 1

Panel 1: Approaches to Overlooked Elements in Medieval and Early Modern Art and Architecture

12.40-13.00pm: Bryony Wilde (University of Warwick, UK), ‘Decoding Medieval Roof Bosses’

13.00-13.20 pm: Mats Dijkdrent (Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium), ‘Medieval Commentaries on Aristotle’s Ethics as a lieu for Architectural Thinking’ 

13.20-13.40 pm: Nils Hausmann (University of Cologne, Germany), ‘Naming and Meaning – On the Survival and Reuse of Early and High Medieval Book Cases’

13.40-14.00 pm: Sophia Feist (University of Cambridge, UK), ‘Extravagant Violations and Visual Tropes: Lucas Cranach the Elder’s Semiotic use of Dress in the Budapest Martyrdom of Saint Catherine’

14.00-14.30 pm: Questions

14.30 – 14.45 pm – Break

14.45 – 16.05 pm – Panel 2

Panel 2: Intersections of Materiality and Identity: Unpacking the Medieval Landscape and Space

14.45-15.05 pm: Theodore Muscillo (Independent Researcher), ‘Jugs, mugs and aquamaniles: pottery and networks on the east coast of England, 1250-1500’

15.05-15:25 pm: Sercan Batum (Middle East Technical University, Turkey), ‘Christianization of Urban Topography in Late Antique Histria’

15:25-15.45 pm: Eleanor Townsend (University of Oxford, UK), ‘‘All the werkemanship and masonry crafte of a frounte Innying to the Awter of our lady’: the problem of the Jesse reredos in St Cuthbert’s, Wells’

15.45-16:05 pm: Questions

16.05 pm – 16.15 pm – Break

16.15 pm – 17.25 pm – Panel 3

Panel 3: Stones and Stories: Interrogating the Art and Gender Dynamics in Religious Commemoration Across Medieval Europe

16.15-16.35 pm: Nicola Lowe (Independent Researcher), ‘Tears at the Graveside’

16.35-16.55 pm: Philip Muijtjens (University of Cambridge, UK), ‘Tombs as Sensory Experiences in Fifteenth-Century Italy’

16.55-17.15 pm: Arica Roberts (University of Reading, UK), ‘Gender in Early Medieval Stones and Stone Sculpture in Wales c. 410-1150 CE’

17.15-17.35 pm: Questions

17.35 pm – Closing remarks

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