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People of Color in European Art History: Because you wouldn't want to be historically inaccurate.
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medievalpoc Feb 27
Marco Marziale Supper at Emmaus Italy (1506) Panel, 122 x 141 cm Gallerie dell'Accademia, Venice
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medievalpoc Feb 27
Anonymous artist (Upper Bavaria) Retable with Adoration of the Magi Germany (c. 1519) Bode Museum; photo by via
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Dr. Sarah Bond Feb 23
Lady in the middle is what I look like when someone hugs me at a conference after panning my public history work as "not rigorous or academic." "Triumph of Bacchus," 3rdC CE, Roman Astigi, Museum of Archaeology, Seville. Pic by
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medievalpoc Feb 27
Master of the Döblen High Altar Central panel: Virgin and Child between Saint Maurice and Saint Nicholas. Left Panel, upper register: Adoration of the Magi. Germany (1519) Polychrome and Gilded Wood, 170 x 120.5 cm. (overall) Gleisburg, Kirche.
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Dr. Sarah Bond Feb 24
I wish I were surprised. And just a question about unsigned ancient art: Are they counting it all as male?
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Dr. Sarah Bond Feb 25
Spending part of the day simply exploring PAThs: the Archaeological Atlas of Coptic Literature (still in process). What an amazing project using geo-visualization, open content, and linked open data to address Coptic literary and manuscript production.
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medievalpoc Feb 27
Andrea Brustolon Black Warrior Italy (c. 1715) Carved Ebony, 270 cm. Venezia, Museo del Settecento Veneziano, Ca'Rezzonico. Salone da Ballo. The Image of the Black in Western Art Research Project and Photo Archive
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medievalpoc Feb 27
Anonymous (Lower Saxony) Saint Maurice (between Saints Anthony and James the Greater) Germany (c. 1480) Polychrome and Gilded Wood (right wing), 125 x 65 cm. The Image of the Black in Western Art Research Project and Photo Archive, Harvard University
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Classics Dept @ CofC Feb 26
Reminder: Diversifying Classics, the 2019 Classical Charleston lecture series, is this Thursday-Friday, February 28-March 1! Registration for virtual interaction via Zoom ends Wednesday (2/27) at 5:00pm. See for more information!
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N. K. Jemisin Feb 25
Grand Central is reissuing Octavia Butler's PARABLE OF THE SOWER soon, and I was honored to provide a foreward, which you can read here. (Uh, spoilers tho, if you haven't read the books. Why haven't you? Go read them.)
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medievalpoc Feb 27
Juan de Balmaseda Carved Predella: Adoration of the Magi Spain (c. 1516-1525) Polychrome Wood, 68 x 83 cm. Palencia, Seo. Capilla de San Ildefonso. The Image of the Black in Western Art Research Project and Photo Archive, Harvard University
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medievalpoc Feb 27
Altarpiece with the Virgin Mary and Saint Maurice Germany (c. 1490) Polychrome and Gilded Wood, 60 cm. (Saint Maurice) Delligsen, Evangelische Kirche St. Georg. The Image of the Black in Western Art Research Project and Photo Archive, Harvard University
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Humanizing Stories Feb 25
This Thursday! The conclusion to our powerful slate. Celebrate 's Best Books of 2018 w/ author at . Come hang out, dig into honoree DRAGONS IN A BAG, and let's talk diverse children's lit! FB:
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Ebony Elizabeth Oct 22
Excited! is available for preorder from ! (Corrected the link - thanks, !)
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HeritageMadeDigital Feb 20
Newly and available online! These manuscripts of the Miracles of Mary contain beautiful colourful decorations... Or 638: Or 643: Or 652:
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medievalpoc Feb 27
Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meung Le Roman de la Rose [Bodleian Library MS. Douce 195] f. 123v: Dangier the Saracen France/Belgium (c. 1490) Parchment, 345 x 233 mm.
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BL Asian and African Feb 26
Can you spot the birds on this manuscript? thanks (Or. 597)
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medievalpoc Feb 27
Hallesche Heiltumsbuch Folio 174 sup v: Drawing of a Reliquary with Statuettes for the Abbey of Halle-Saint Maurice Germany (1525) Illumination on Parchment (full page), 350 x 250 mm. Aschaffenburg, Hofbibliothek.
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The National Archives Feb 27
When traced the paths of ten free Africans journeying through England during the Tudor and Stuart eras, she uncovered a vast array of detail about their lives. Find out more about these previously untold stories at our event:
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IFAS-Research Feb 25
//International Conference// 🌍 Globafrica: The Routes of Medieval Africa 11th-17th Centuries. A research programme to rethink the global integration of Africa before European Imperialism. 5-7 March 2019 🇫🇷Institut des Mondes Africains | Paris
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