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New Peer-reviewed Paper to Read.

Happy New Year for 2022. 

Dear Medieval Studies List Members,

Just to inform you that a new peer-reviewed paper has been published, in Academia Letters, explaining the methodology for deciphering the language and writing system for the Medieval manuscript MS408 (Ischia, Voynich). The paper is titled: The Manuscript and the Meandering Mind. There are many pages of useful historical information yet to be translated. The mansucript includes much information about the Medieval culture of Ischia, Vulcano and Lipari. 

REMINDER: CfP Power in Numbers II, Prague, 11-13 May, 2022

*Apologies for cross-posting!*

Dear Colleagues, 

We welcome contributions for the following conference:

 “Power in Numbers. The Role of the Rural Population in Christianisation and State Formation II.” 

Venue: Department of Archaeology of Charles University, Prague

Date: 11-13. May 2022.  

The Textile Museum Journal

We invite manuscript submissions on any topic related to textile arts for the 2023 The Textile Museum Journal, which will be the journal’s 50th volume. Manuscripts should be based on original documentary, analytical, or interpretive research on the textile arts. We encourage submissions examining the cultural, technical, historical, and aesthetic significance of textiles through time and across cultures.

Deadline for abstract submissions: April 31, 2022.

Deadline for full manuscript submissions: August 31, 2022.

New Podcast Series: "What Byzantinism Is This in Istanbul!"

Inspired by Istanbul Research Institute’s exhibition at Pera Museum titled “What Byzantinism Is This in Istanbul!”: Byzantium in Popular Culture, we invited artists, authors, and musicians to converse with researchers of Byzantine history on how they have engaged with Byzantine history in their works. We explore the unearthly ways of appropriating Byzantine culture in unlikely mediums and genres, showing novel ways of engagement with Byzantine heritage in popular culture.

See all episodes here

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