IV. FORUM KUNST DES MITTELALTERS / FORUM MEDIEVAL ART
360° – Places, Boundaries, Global Perspectives

BERLIN and BRANDENBURG
20.-23.09.2017

CALL FOR PAPERS

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The 4th Forum Medieval Art will focus on research at the geographical and methodological boundaries of classical medieval studies. The various venues in Berlin and Brandenburg with their medieval heritage and their rich collections of Byzantine and Middle Eastern will be taken as a starting point. Accordingly, the conference will highlight the interaction of Central European medieval art and artistic production with other regions ranging from Eastern Europe, Byzantium, the Middle East, the Caucasus and the Mediterranean to the British Isles and the Baltic region. Thus research areas such as Byzantine Studies or Islamic Art History will be brought into the focus and consciousness of medieval studies, particularly in the context of the endangered artistic and architectural monuments of the Middle East. Especially welcome are topics discussing phenomena such as migration, media transformation and changing cultural paradigms. By asking for culturally formative regions at the borders of "Europe" and transcultural contact zones, definitions of the Middle Ages can be put up for debate. As a counterpart to this panorama, research about the region of Brandenburg and Berlin will also be presented. This includes subjects of museum studies and the history of art of and in Berlin, where the development of areas of cultural exchange has a long tradition.

Hosted by: Deutscher Verein für Kunstwissenschaft e.V. www.dvfk-berlin.de

Organization: 
Christian Freigang & Antje Fehrmann (Freie Universität Berlin), 
Kai Kappel & Tina Zürn (Humboldt-Universität Berlin) mit 
with other partners in Berlin & Brandenburg


 

The 3rd Forum Medieval Art took place from September 16 - 19, 2015 in Hildesheim.

Sneak Preview - IIIrd Forum Medieval Art

 




 


 

The 2nd Forum Medieval Art was with again more than 400 participants a big success!

 



 

 


 

NEW: Mailing list Forum Medieval Art

http://www.kunsthistoriker.org/mailingliste-mittelalter.html


 

From September 21 to 24, 2011, the first Forum Medieval Art took place in Halberstadt. With more than 400 participants the conference was an overwhelming success.