Diana Lucía Gómez Chacón will take care of the february session. The title of her paper will be Crisis espiritual y reforma dominicana en Castilla: imágenes tropológicas en Santa María la Real de Nieva (1414-1432).
Nowadays, Diana Lucía Gómez Chacón is writing her PhD. dissertation El Monasterio de Santa María la Real de Nieva y la escultura monumental castellana en tiempos de Enrique III y Juan II (1390-1454), under the supervision of Prof. Javier Martínez de Aguirre in the Department of Art History I (Medieval) at Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
Our colleagues from the Seminar in Medieval History Specialization organise a seminar on the presence of the Catholic Monarchs in Galicia.
The lecture will be given by Dr. Amparo Rubio Martínez, form the Universidad de Valladolid, and will take place at the Medieval History Seminar (seminar 203) at the USC School of Geography and History on Friday 14th, at 11:00 AM.
Dr. Rodríguez Porto will give a lecture on Alfonso XI’s manuscript of the Crónica Troyana, analysing the illuminations cycle and the implications within Spanish traditions.
The seminar will be held on Thursday June 6th at 4:00 PM, at the “Sala de Juntas” in the Philosophy School, 2nd floor (Mazarelos).
Everyone is welcome to participate.
The second episode of Illuminations: The Private Lives of Medieval Kings will take place at the “Sala de Juntas” in the Philosophy School (Plaza de Mazarelos, 2nd floor) at 4 P.M.
Hope to see you there.
The BBC documentary provides an interesting point of view on the prodcution of illuminated manuscripts in British Islands during Middle Ages. The screening will take place at the School of Geography and History on Tuesdays, may 21st and 25th, and june 4th (definitive place still to be confirmed).
We are starting the new website for the Seminar in Medieval Hispanic Studies. Here we will post the latest news and any other activities related to the Seminar.
We hope you like it and we are looking forward for your participation.