Welcome to H-HRE, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences Online. H-HRE is an online community dedicated to research and teaching on the history of the Holy Roman Empire. We welcome discussion and debate on historical issues that concern both the empire's entire life span, from the coronation of Otto I in 962 to the dissolution of the empire in 1806, and the empire's entire territory, from the North Sea to the Mediterranean. We encourage all forms of historical inquiry--political, religious, gender, military, cultural, social, diplomatic, interdisciplinary studies, and more--that enhance our understanding of the Holy Roman Empire.

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CFP: “Visualizing the Other in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Art (1300–1550)”: 14 –16 November 2019, Ostrava, Czech Republic

Visualizing the Other in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Art (1300–1550)

https://dishist.hypotheses.org/1378

 

The University of Ostrovo and the Vivarium – Centre for Research of the Medieval Society and Culture invites art historians, historians, philosophers and cultural anthropologists to participate in the international conference Visualizing the Other in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Art (1300-1550).

Hans Holbein's Ingenuity, 28 June 2019

Colloquium: 'Hans Holbein's Ingenuity', CRASSH, Cambridge, 28 June 2019.

http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/events/28460

 

Convened by Dr Alexander Marr as part of the ERC-funded project "Genius Before Romanticism: Ingenuity in Early Modern Art & Science," this colloquium will explore Hans Holbein's ingenuity. Speakers include Dr Susan Foister (The National Gallery), Dr Jeanne Nuechterlain (University of York), and Dr Olenka Horbatsch (The British Museum).

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