IMC 2020: Sessions

Session 648: At the Frontiers of Great Powers

Tuesday 7 July 2020, 11.15-12.45

Sponsor:Project 'Migration, Identities & Context of Medieval Art in the Kvarner Region', Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Rijeka
Organiser:Nikolina Belošević, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences University of Rijeka
Moderator/Chair:Petra Predoević Zadković, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences University of Rijeka
Paper 648-aBetween Empires and Patriarchates: Art of the Northen Adriatic at the Turn of 8th to the 9th Century
(Language: English)
Nikolina Belošević, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences University of Rijeka
Index terms: Architecture - Religious, Art History - General, Art History - Sculpture, Ecclesiastical History
Paper 648-bDevelopment of Administrative Units in Medieval Slavonia
(Language: English)
Danko Dujmović, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences University of Rijeka
Index terms: Administration, Art History - General, Social History
Paper 648-cCultural Layers of North-Western Croatia in which Figural Stone Sculptures from the Middle Ages Are Formed
(Language: English)
Vesna Pascuttini-Juraga, Directorate for Protection of Cultural Heritage Ministry of Culture Republic of Croatia Varaždin
Index terms: Art History - General, Art History - Sculpture
Paper 648-dIn the Borderline between Venice and Ottoman Empire: The Frankopan Castles in Vinodol Region
(Language: English)
Palma Karković Takalić, Department of Art History University of Rijeka
Andrej Janeš, Croatian Conservation Institute Zagreb
Index terms: Art History - General, Social History
Abstract

Between the 7th and 15th centuries, the area of present-day Croatia was marked by turbulent historical events and frequent changes of political, administrative, and ecclesiastical borders. Through several aspects, the papers seek to analyse the ways in which the borders between the ‘great empires’ Byzantine and Carolingian, Croatian-Hungarian and Ottoman, as well as the ‘great forces’ such as Venetian, Austrian etc., affected the society, with specific focus on territorial organisation, cultural, and artistic production.