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April 28, 2017
May 1, 2017
Andrey Korotayev (Moscow)
May 1, 2017
Joseph Gauvreau
May 2, 2017
Jong Hee Park, Fung Global Fellow / Seoul National University, South Korea
May 3, 2017
Jacob Darwin Hamblin, Oregon State University
May 11, 2017
May 19, 2017
International and U.S. scholars will gather to examine the near-intact monastic treasury of San Isidoro de León in northern Spain as a springing point for larger questions about sumptuary collections and their patrons across Europe and the Mediterranean in the central Middle Ages. Topics of inquiry include Islamic law and sumptuary production, Christian manuscripts and metalwork, patronage and royal studies, identity and gender studies, and cultural and political history. The diversity of questions and perspectives addressed by the speakers will shed light on the nature of León as a paradigmatic treasury collection, as well as on the broad efficacy of multidisciplinary study for the Middle Ages. For the complete schedule and registration information you may visit https://ica.princeton.edu/conferences/
The Medieval Iberian Treasury in the Context of Muslim-Christian Interchange
May 20, 2017
International and U.S. scholars will gather to examine the near-intact monastic treasury of San Isidoro de León in northern Spain as a springing point for larger questions about sumptuary collections and their patrons across Europe and the Mediterranean in the central Middle Ages. Topics of inquiry include Islamic law and sumptuary production, Christian manuscripts and metalwork, patronage and royal studies, identity and gender studies, and cultural and political history. The diversity of questions and perspectives addressed by the speakers will shed light on the nature of León as a paradigmatic treasury collection, as well as on the broad efficacy of multidisciplinary study for the Middle Ages. For the complete schedule and registration information you may visit https://ica.princeton.edu/conferences/