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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 Jan 4
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Also, no worries about content being "gone". The engine that runs this project is my own visual memory, and while it's it's certainly seen better days after all this, it's still up and running.
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medievalpoc Jan 4
Another update: still alive, very slowly going through the motions of trying to get the tumblr unflagged while also dealing with a serious illness of my own and two medical emergencies in my family. I am so happy that 2018 is finally over. Thanks for your patience.
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medievalpoc Dec 18
Replying to @lambeflores
yeah it's carnage. very inept carnage.
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medievalpoc Dec 18
Hi everyone! Sorry for the relative quiet around here, just deciding what to do about all the stuff tumblr broke. ;)
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medievalpoc Dec 12
Book of Hours, Dutch (Utrecht or Delft) [Add MS 50005] f. 67r: Mermaid With a Mirror Netherlands (c. 1410-1420) Illuminated Manuscript (parchment codex), 125 x 90 mm.
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Frances d’Ath 8 Jan 15
City of Prague Museum: Ferdinand Maximilian Brokoff & WS: Apotheosis of St Ignatius of Loyola 1710-11
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medievalpoc Dec 12
John Hoppner Lady Jane Staunton and son George, with Chinese attendant England (c. 1792) info via Sotheby’s
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medievalpoc Dec 12
Grandes Chroniques de France [Royal MS G VI] f. 167r. Agolant and his Moors attack a castle (Charlemagne, book 4, 3). France (1332-1350) Parchment codex; 390 x 280 mm (text space: 255 x 190 mm). British Library, London.
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medievalpoc Dec 12
Luca Giordano Saint Francis Xavier Baptizing Proselytes and Saint Francis Borgia Italy (c. 1680s) Oil on Canvas, 421 x 315 cm. Museo di Capodimonte, Naples.
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Tanya DePass 💖💜💙 ryōtōzukai (両刀遣い) Dec 11
I was interviewed for this piece, "Building More Inclusive Gaming Communities" over at
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History at Cambridge Dec 12
Great review from Gavin Hollis in for 's Renaissance Ethnography and the Invention of the Human, now in paperback:
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Goth Merenghi Dec 9
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You wouldn’t believe how often I get delighted responses from people surprised that their work is being valued and engaged with as well as just grabbed from google scholar during lit review. As a practice for making this space less awful: Do recommend.
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Goth Merenghi Dec 9
Academia is a place where feedback (if it comes) is usually critique. So when I read an article I like, I’ve started emailing the authors out of the blue thanking them for writing it and mentioning how it was important/valuable to me.
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Robert Houghton Dec 7
Are you an academic looking for reach and impact? Have you got something interesting about the middle ages which you could fit into a 2,000 word article? Come write for us !
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medievalpoc Dec 12
posting some great artwork today, you all should check it out <3
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medievalpoc Dec 12
posting some great artwork today, you all should check it out <3
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Peter Paul Rubens 4 Apr 17
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2/2 detail of Ethiopian court official being baptized by Philip, as painted by Pieter Lastman (d. OTD 1633).
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Peter Paul Rubens 4 Apr 17
Philip baptizing the eunuch (a court official to Ethiopian Queen Candace). Beautifully painted by Pieter Lastman, 1608.
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medievalpoc Dec 11
Pieter Boel; Abraham Diepenbeek Design painting for a tapestry: Lion Hunt Netherlands/Flanders (probably 1650s) Goache on Paper, pasted onto canvas; 292x324 cm. Hermitage Museum
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medievalpoc Dec 11
i have this it's amazing
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