[Guest post by Alexa Sand, Professor of Art History, Utah State University] As recent discussions within the field of medieval studies and medieval art history in particular have made clear, there are politics to the way in which we organize our survey courses and present the “Middle Ages” to our students. In the wake of some disturbing recent […]
A call for papers for the Material Collective session at Leeds 2019: Between the Digital and the Material in Research on the Middle Ages.
How do we and can we, as scholars of the Middle Ages and of medieval art, engage with the general public in the current political climate? A Call for Papers for the 2018 International Congress on Medieval Studies
Everybody who still reads actual books has experienced this: You are caught in the rain while reading on a park bench and rain drops make your library book all wavy. A guest post from Dr. Tina Bawden.
The Material Collective Plays with Food: Art and Activism at the 2017 College Art Association Meeting in New York