Archives de catégorie : Création littéraire et artistique / Literary and artistic creation

Franck Lahbib, Edition et traduction du manuscrit F de Gui de Warewic : un roman anglo-normand de la fin du XIIe siècle

Franck Lahbib, Edition et traduction du manuscrit F de Gui de Warewic : un roman anglo-normand de la fin du XIIe siècle, Thèse de doctorat soutenue en 2017 (Université de Montpellier 3)

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William Hereward Norman, The classical Barbarian in the Íslendingasögur

William Hereward Norman, The classical Barbarian in the Íslendingasögur, Thèse de doctorat soutenue en 2018 (Université de Cambridge)

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Emily Dolmans, Regional identities and cultural contact in the literatures of post-conquest England

Emily Dolmans, Regional identities and cultural contact in the literatures of post-conquest England, Thèse de doctorat soutenue en 2016 (Université d’Oxford)

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Vittorio Mattioli, Grímnismál : a critical edition

Vittorio Mattioli, Grímnismál : a critical edition, Thèse de doctorat soutenue en 2018 (Université de St Andrews)

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Brian McMahon, The role of the storyteller in Old Norse literature

Brian McMahon, The role of the storyteller in Old Norse literature, Thèse de doctorat soutenue en 2017 (Université d’ Oxford)

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Kaja Kollandsrud, Evoking the divine : the visual vocabulary of sacred polychrome wooden sculpture in Norway between 1100 and 1350

Kaja Kollandsrud, Evoking the divine : the visual vocabulary of sacred polychrome wooden sculpture in Norway between 1100 and 1350, Thèse de doctorat soutenue en 2018 (Université d’Oslo)

[Source : https://www.khm.uio.no/english/about/organisation/department-of-collection-management/staff/kajak/index.html]

Petrulevich Alexandra, Ortnamnsanpassning som process: En undersökning av vendiska ortnamn och ortnamnsvarianter i Knýtlinga saga

Petrulevich Alexandra, Ortnamnsanpassning som process: En undersökning av vendiska ortnamn och ortnamnsvarianter i Knýtlinga saga, Thèse de doctorat soutenue en 2016 (Uppsala universitet)

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Matheson Laura E., Madness and deception in Irish and Norse-Icelandic sagas

Matheson Laura E., Madness and deception in Irish and Norse-Icelandic sagas, Thèse de doctorat soutenue en 2015 (University of Aberdeen)

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Vernon Clare Mary, Visual culture in Norman Puglia c.1030-1130

Vernon Clare Mary, Visual culture in Norman Puglia c.1030-1130, Thèse de doctorat soutenue en 2015 (University of Cambridge)

[Source : http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?did=1&uin=uk.bl.ethos.708775]

Sawicka-Sykes Sophie, Heavenly choirs in early medieval England : a study of topoi in their contexts

Sawicka-Sykes Sophie, Heavenly choirs in early medieval England : a study of topoi in their contexts, Thèse de doctorat soutenue en 2015 (University of East Anglia)

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Colloque international – Tapisserie de Bayeux

Colloque international – Tapisserie de Bayeux

L’invention de la Tapisserie de Bayeux : NAISSANCE, COMPOSITION ET STYLE D’UN CHEF-D’OEUVRE MEDIEVAL 

PRÉSENTATION DU COLLOQUE
Le 950e anniversaire de la bataille de Hastings est une excellente occasion pour reconsidérer la lecture de la Tapisserie de Bayeux, non d’un point de vue historique, domaine dans lequel il n’y a sans doute pas beaucoup de nouveauté à attendre, mais d’un point de vue artistique, domaine loin d’avoir été totalement exploré. Le colloque rassemble vingt-trois conférenciers qui viennent d’horizons différents ? historiens des textiles, brodeurs, plasticiens, historiens de l’art, archéologues, latinistes, ingénieurs des laboratoires de recherche des Monuments Historiques et des Musées de France ?, et de pays différents ? France, Allemagne, Belgique, Grande-Bretagne, Canada, États-Unis.

Les interventions de 45 minutes chacune seront toutes données en français.
Le colloque s’adresse à un public mixte d’universitaires et de passionnés de la Tapisserie.
Les séances sont en accès libre, dans la limite des places disponibles.

DU 22 AU 25 SEPTEMBRE 2016
Direction : Cécile Binet, Pierre Bouet, Shirley Ann Brown, Sylvette Lemagnen, François Neveux, Gale Owen-Crocker

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Rosa BACILE, ‘The ‘Dynastic Mausolea’ of the Norman Period,

Rosa Bacile, ‘The ‘Dynastic Mausolea’ of the Norman Period in the South of Italy, c. 1069-1189: A Study on the Form and Meaning of Burial Monuments in the Middle Ages’, Thèse de doctorat soutenue en 2010, (dir. Jeremy Johns, The Khalili Research Centre for the Art and Material Culture of the Middle East)

 

[Lien/Link :  http://krc.orient.ox.ac.uk/krc/index.php/en/students ]

Lev KAPITAKIN , ‘The Twelfth-century Paintings of the Ceilings of the Cappella Palatina,

Lev Kapitakin , ‘The Twelfth-century Paintings of the Ceilings of the Cappella Palatina, Palermo’, Thèse de doctorat soutenue en 2011, (dir. Jeremy Johns, The Khalili Research Centre for the Art and Material Culture of the Middle East)

 

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Marcello RIZZO, La cultura architettonica del periodo normanno e l’influenza bizantina in Sicilia

Marcello Rizzo, La cultura architettonica del periodo normanno e l’influenza bizantina in Sicilia, Thèse de doctorat soutenue en 2011, (dir. A. R. Carile, Université de Bologne)

 

Résumé/abstract :

 

The arguments of the thesis is the relationship between the Norman domination and the Greek-speaking people living in Sicily and Southern Italy. Particularly the ascendancy of the greek culture on the norman architecture and his role in the construction of the Norman Kingdom.

[Source : http://amsdottorato.unibo.it/4140/]

Reconstructing the Earliest Illustrated Chronicle from the Medieval Latin West

Responsables du projet/Project leaders : Benjamin Pohl (benjamin.pohl@bristol.ac.uk)

Établissements principaux/Main institutions : University of Cambridge

Projet en cours/Project in progress

Description :

My project will be the first to identify and analyse the evidence for an illuminated exemplar for London, British Library, MS Cotton Nero D viii. MS Cotton Nero D viii is an English manuscript produced during the second half of the twelfth century, perhaps at St. John’s Abbey, Colchester. The manuscript’s context of transmission before the later Middle Ages has so far remained largely unexplored. The implications of my analysis of the material features of MS Cotton Nero D viii, especially remnants of illustrative matter from its exemplar, would be transformative in informing our present knowledge about the manuscript’s use and prospective readership, as well as of medieval Latin manuscript culture in general. Indeed, to date, both MS Cotton Nero D viii and other Latin historical manuscripts from the period c.1000-1150 have been considered as lacking illustrative content beyond the level of decorated initials and litterae notabiliores. However, as my preliminary investigation of MS Cotton Nero D viii demonstrated, this manuscript almost certainly derives from an illustrated copy of Dudo of St. Quentin’s Historia Normannorum. Indeed, the research I propose here will establish that MS Cotton Nero D viii can also be related, via a shared exemplar, to another Norman manuscript (Rouen, Bibliothèque Municipale, MS 1173/Y11) which, albeit considered unillustrated by previous scholars, I was able to conclusively show contained traces of figurative illuminations in the form of pen line drawings (see my article B. Pohl, ‘Poems, Pictures and Purpose: New Perspectives on the Manuscripts of Dudo of St. Quentin’s Historia Normannorum’, Scriptorium 67 (2013), 229-58).

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