Colloque : The Regional and Transregional in Romanesque Art and Architecture

• du 4 au 6 avril 2018

• Poitiers, Présidence de l’Université, amphi Tourette
15 rue de l’Hôtel-Dieu

• Ouvert à tous les étudiants

• Colloque international bisannuel organisé par la British Archaeological Association, sous la coordination de John Mcneill (University of Oxford), avec la participation de Marcello Angheben (CESCM / Université de Poitiers).

 

 

Programme

 

Mercredi 4 avril 2018

 

• 09.00 – Registration

• 09.30 – Introduction

• 09.45 – Claude Andrault-Schmitt
The Epistemological, Political and Practical issues effecting Regional Categories in French Romanesque Architecture

• 10.15 – Eric Fernie
Hans Kubach’s Treatment of Regions in the Study of Romanesque architecture

• 10.45 – Questions

• 11.00 – Tea/coffee

• 11.30 – Philip Bovey
Did Zodiaque’s Regional Portrayal create a False Impression as to the Nature of Romanesque

• 12.00 – Marcello Angheben
Romanesque Sculpture in Aquitaine: A History of the Marginalisation of a Widely-Imitated Regional Sculptural Style

• 12.30 – Questions

 

• 14.30 – Richard Gem
Ordering and Decorating the Choir and Sanctuary: The Defining Visions of Three Great Patrons and their International Context

• 15.00 – Teemu Immonen
The Inner Circle: The College of Cardinals and the Formation of Romanesque Art

• 15.15 – Questions

• 15.30 – Tea/Coffee

• 16.00 – Manuel Castiñeiras
The Baldachin-Ciborium: The Shifting Meanings of a Restricted Liturgical Furnishing

• 16.30 – Gaetano Curzi
Romanesque Woodcarvers and Plasterers in the Abruzzi: The Mediterranean Connection

• 17.00 – Rosa Maria Bacile
The Use of Porphyry in the Norman Kingdom of Sicily: An Exclusive Commodity for King Roger II or the Establishment of a New Regional Style by a New Monarchy?

• 17.30 – Questions

 


Jeudi 5 avril 2018

 

• 09.30 – Julia Perratore
Crossing the Pyrenees: Transregional Collaboration in the Shaping of Romanesque Aragon

• 10.00 – Richard Plant
Rolduc and Reception

• 10.15 – Questions

• 10.45 – Tea/Coffee

• 11.15 – Wilfried Keil
‘School’ or Masons’ Workshop? Reflections on the so Wormser Bauschule and on the Definition of Regional Style

• 11.45 – John McNeill
The ‘Herefordshire School’ Revisited

• 12.15 Questions

 

• 14.15 – Tancredi Bella
The Cathedrals of the Norman County of Sicily and their Relationship with Transregional and Transalpine models: Between Historiography and Recent Study

• 14.45 – Alexandra Gajewski
‘Sine rege, sine principe’: Approaches to Categorizing the Abbey Church of Cluny (Cluny III) and its Followers

• 15.15 – Elizabeth Valdez del Álamo
The Creation of Castilian Identity under Alfonso VIII and Leonor Plantagenet

• 15.45 – Questions

• 16.00 – Tea/Coffee

• 16.30 – Jordi Camps
Transregionalism and Distinction in the Romanesque Woodcarving of 12th-Century Catalonia

• 17.00 – Michele Vescovi
Santa Fede in Cavagnolo: Transregional Style, Monastic Networks

• 17.30 – Questions

 

Visit/Reception

18.00

Special Opening of Baptistery and Musée Sainte-Croix

 


Vendredi 6 avril 2018

 

• 09.30 – Gerhard Lutz
Hildesheim as a Nexus of Metalwork Production, c. 1130–1250

• 10.00 – Aleuna Mackarenko
‘Mosan’ Goldsmithing and its Outreach in the Rhineland, France and England

• 10.30 – Questions

• 10.45 – Tea/Coffee

• 11.15 – Bonde and Maines
TIRON: The Cultural Geography of a Monastic Order

• 11.45 – Tomasz Weclawowicz
Four Romanesque Cistercian Abbey Churches in Lesser Poland

• 12.15 – Questions

 

• 14.15 – Béla Zsolt Szakács
A country without regions? The case of Hungary

• 14.45 – James D’Emilio
Romanesque Architecture and Sculpture in Galicia: A Regional Style?

• 15.15 – Benjamin Zweig
Reassessing the Problem of Romanesque in Scandinavia

• 15.45 – Questions

• 16.00 – Tea/Coffee

• 16.30 – Cecily Hennessy
Winchester’s Holy Sepulchre Chapel and Byzantium: Iconographic Transregionalism?

• 17.00 – Kristen Collins
Regional and Transregional in Museum Displays of Romanesque Art

• 19.30 – Conference Dinner

 

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