Seminar: Prueba, justicia y diversidad. Mercaderes francos ante tribunales islámicos (Alejandría, Damasco, siglos XIV y XV)

 

 

Seminar: Prueba, justicia y diversidad. Mercaderes francos ante tribunales islámicos (Alejandría, Damasco, siglos XIV y XV)

Francisco Apellaniz, Marie Curie Fellow (Department of History and Civilization, European University Institute)

Organised by Ana Rodríguez

12th June 2014, 12.00 hrs

Seminar Room: Juan Cabré, 2D

CCHS-CSIC C/Albasanz, 26-28, 28037 (Madrid)

The Return of the Epic Film

 

Dr. Paul Sturtevant has just published a very much PIMIC- related chapter on the recently released by Edinburgh University Preess' book The Return of the Epic Film: Genre, Aesthetics and History in the 21st Century edited by  Andrew B.R. Elliott .

Seminar at the CCHS-CSIC: "El ejercicio de la autoridad política en Bizancio (s XIV-XV), ¿decadencia del sistema imperial o crisis bajomedieval?"

 

Dr. Raúl Estangui, CNRS- Centre de Rechereche d'Histoire et Civilisation de Byzance will lecture a seminar at the CCHS-CSIC on the exercise of political authority in Byzantium during the late 14th-15th centuries.

3th April 2014

PIMIC at Leeds International Medieval Congress 2014

 

PIMIC members actively participate in the 21st International Medieval Congress that will take place in Leeds, from 7-10 July 2014.  Our partner Michel Kaplan will organize Session 811 entitled  East Roman and Byzantine Empire and the Papacy, 5th-11th Centuries and Paul B. Sturtevant, ER at López - Li Films will moderate Session 324 Modern Concepts of Empire and the Medieval World.

Everyone but You is Stupid! Assessing the Assessments of Public Historical Knowledge

Everyone but You is Stupid! Assessing the Assessments of Public Historical Knowledge

 

On Thursday, 23th January ,12.00, Dr. Paul Sturtevant will lecture a seminar at the CCHS-CSIC (Madrid) on the following topic:

Everyone but You is Stupid! Assessing the Assessments of Public Historical Knowledge
 

CCHS-CSIC International Symposium "Memory as Clout: By, For, and About Medieval Women"

This symposium takes on the topic of memory as an instrument of power. Women’s roles in memoria and commemoration have been well studied by scholars of the Middle Ages; indeed, they are a central theme in the historiography of medieval woman. To date, however, memory has almost always been framed in terms of religion and piety. Here, the papers presented tease out the various functions of remembrance, adding a new layer to traditional concerns with family and spirituality. They analyze the multiple ways in which memory in the Middle Ages could be wielded to enhance a woman’s power.

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