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IMC 2023: Sessions

Session 1723: Entanglements across Medieval Space, Objects, and Data, III

Thursday 6 July 2023, 14.15-15.45

Sponsor:FWF DFG Project HOLDURA (I 4330-G)
Organiser:Johannes Tripps, Hochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Kultur, Leipzig
Moderator/Chair:Mihailo Popović, Institut für Mittelalterforschung, Abteilung Byzanzforschung, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
Paper 1723-aOur Entangled yet Collective Memories and the Spirit of Place in the Medieval Cultural Landscape as Heritage in Reality and Virtuality
(Language: English)
Hee Sook Lee-Niinioja, Independent Scholar, Helsinki
Index terms: Anthropology, Architecture - General, Geography and Settlement Studies, Philosophy
Paper 1723-bObjects of Private Devotion as Witnesses to Entanglement between Venice and the Árpád and Nemanjić Dynasties
(Language: English)
Johannes Tripps, Hochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Kultur, Leipzig
Index terms: Art History - General, Daily Life, Lay Piety, Theology
Paper 1723-cInitials with Teratological Motifs in the Belgrade Prophetologion: Witnesses of Entanglement between East and West
(Language: English)
Branka Vranešević, Department of Art History, University of Belgrade
Index terms: Archives and Sources, Art History - General, Local History, Manuscripts and Palaeography

In this session we will present above all aspects of Cultural Heritage and Landscape. Then we will focus on scholarly results of our ongoing project 'Beyond East and West: Geocommunicating the Sacred Landscapes of 'Duklja' and 'Raška' through Space and Time (11th-14th Centuries) / HOLDURA'. We will present papers on our sources and data, which we have embedded into our project's TIB Balkans OpenAtlas Database and which we query via our frontend 'Maps of Power: Historical Atlas of Places, Borderzones, and Migration Dynamics in Byzantium (TIB Balkans)' in order to enhance our research and publications. Thus, we will highlight entanglements between the Orthodox East and the Latin West in today's Montenegro as well as between Venice, Hungary, and Serbia regarding objects of art and their transmission, especially in the 13th and 14th centuries.