IMC 2018: Sessions

Session 143: Crusades and Memory, I : Architecture and Landscape

Monday 2 July 2018, 11.15-12.45

Organiser:Pagona Papadopoulou, School of History & Archaeology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Moderator/Chair:Scott Redford, Department of History of Art & Archaeology, School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London
Paper 143-aThe Afterlife of the Lord's Temple and Bayt al-Maqdis: Reinterpreting the Sacred at the Templum Domini in Jerusalem in the 12th Century
(Language: English)
Heba Mostafa, Department of Art /Graduate Department of Art History, University of Toronto, St. George
Index terms: Architecture - Religious, Crusades, Islamic and Arabic Studies
Paper 143-bRoyal Authority and Teutonic Power in Sicily after the 3rd Crusade
(Language: English)
Dana Katz, Haifa Center for Mediterranean History (HCMH), University of Haifa
Index terms: Architecture - Religious, Crusades, Manuscripts and Palaeography
Paper 143-cThe Mongol-Crusader Connection: Evolving Architectural Memory after the Battle of Kösedağ
(Language: English)
Suna Çağaptay, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge
Index terms: Archaeology - Sites, Architecture - Religious, Art History - Sculpture, Crusades
Abstract

The session focuses on memory and the shaping of the built environment and topography during the period of the Crusades. It aims to challenge disciplinary boundaries by considering this question from multiple vantage points that bring together art historical and archaeological evidence. The papers of this session will include an examination of the Crusader period in Jerusalem in light of Muslim architecture and textual sources, and will discuss the impact of the Crusades on the art and architectural production of Sicily and Anatolia.