Conferences

Art, Power, and Resistance in the Middle Ages

Portrait bust of Germanicus Caesar, ca. 14-20 CE, Roman original with medieval alterations. London, British Museum, 1872,0605.1
Portrait bust of Germanicus Caesar, ca. 14-20 CE, Roman original with medieval alterations. London, British Museum, 1872,0605.1

Saturday, November 16, 2019
101 McCormick Hall
Princeton University

Saturday, November 16th 2019
Morning Session

9.00-9.15
Pamela Patton
Index of Medieval Art
Welcome

9.15-9.50
Elena Boeck
DePaul University
Restoration as Resistance: Justinian’s Bronze Horseman and Anxieties about the Fate of Constantinople

9.50-10.25
Eliza Garrison
Middlebury College
Ottonian Resistances

10.25-10.45
Coffee/Tea Break

10.45-11.20
Heather Badamo
University of California Santa Barbara
St. George and the Politics of Translation in the Eastern Mediterranean

11.20-11.55
Thomas E. A. Dale
University of Wisconsin – Madison
Visualizing Jews and Saracens in the Myth of Venice after the Fourth Crusade

11.55-12.15
Questions

12.15-2.00
Lunch

Saturday, November 16th 2019  
Afternoon Session

2.00-2.35
Avinoam Shalem
Columbia University
The ‘Holy Blood’ of Uthman Ibn Affan in the Great Mosque of Cordoba

2.35-3.10
Tom Nickson
The Courtauld Institute of Art
The Names of God: Art, Power and Ritual in Medieval Cordoba

3.10-3.30
Coffee/Tea Break

3.30-4.05
Anne D. Hedeman
University of Kansas
Power and Authority in Visual Paratext

4.05-4.40
Martha Easton
Saint Joseph’s University
Roses and Resistance: The Iconography of Courtly Love in the #MeToo Moment

4.40-5.15
Questions and Closing

6.00-9.00
Reception, Palmer House

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