Real Colegio Complutense at Harvard, 26 Trowbridge Street
The Real Colegio Complutense's fourth annual international workshop, moderated by Felipe Pereda (Harvard University) and featuring papers by Jodi Cranston (Boston University), Kelley Helmstutler Di Dio (University of Vermont), Jorge Sebastián Lozano (University of Valencia), and Kelli Wood (University of Tennessee). A complete program and registration information can be found... Read more about Art and Court Cultures in the Iberian World (1400-1650)
Scent and Fragrance in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, the 41st meeting of the Medieval and Renaissance Forum, featuring a keynote address by Deirdre Larkin, former Managing Horticulturist at The Cloisters Museum and Gardens. Paper and session submission deadline is 15 January 2019; please direct abstracts and contact information to Dr. Robert G. Sullivan, Assistant Forum Director.
Arthur Kinney Center for Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies, 650 East Pleasant Street, Amherst MA
"When I See Winter Returning," an afternoon of music with Susan Matsui. Medieval songs and dance tunes on the return of winter, featuring a soprano, a tenor, and four instrumentalists, followed by the musical skit Tha Thrie Smale Swyne.
Harry and Mildred Remis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Avenue
Nasser Rabbat (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Veni, vidi, mutatio: The Multicultural Roots of Islamic Architecture. Sponsored by the Lowell Institute. This event is free, but tickets are required; for reservations, please visit the MFA website... Read more about MFA Lecture Series
Rethinking the Body: Humanity and its Discontents in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, the 2019 meeting of the New England Medieval Consortium. A day-long conference addressing how the human body (broadly conceived) was imagined, depicted, and treated in life and death in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, featuring a keynote address by Jacqueline Jung (Yale University). To register, please visit the conference website... Read more about New England Medieval Conference
Connolly House, Boston College (300 Hammond Street, Chestnut Hill)
A day-long symposium examining the extent to which Irish Gaels participated in European cultural trends during the first millennium or so of Irish history. Sponsored by the Flatley Lecture Series in Irish Studies, Boston College.