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International Summer School (Medieval and Early Modern Studies) à Brno (Tchéquie)
International summer school: (Moravian) Middle ages in the Mirror of the 20th century
Between 9th and 12th of September, the International Summer School "(Moravian) Middle ages in the Mirror of the 20th century" will take place at Masaryk University in Hans Belting Library. The summer school will be held in cooperation with University of Lausanne in Switzerland and University of Zagreb in Croatia. The main goal is to create a mutual international dialogue among the PhD students of the history of art. The program will focus on the evaluation of historiographic approaches in the Czechoslovak history of art within the European horizon.
The schedule of the programm is divided into two sessions. First, two all-day excursions to Brno and Olomouc will acquaint the group with the most important medieval works of art. The visits will be organized by the students of the Brno Department of Art History. This first part is followed by a series of lectures from scholars from the Czech Academy of Sciences, the Masaryk University in Brno and some selected PhD students. The summer school program will end with a group of foreign students presenting their own research from a historiographical point of view.
Sunday - 9. September
Brno - Excursion with contributions from students of medieval art history from Masaryk university*
Anton Pilgram in Brno (church of St. James)
The Pieta from the church of Saint Thomas in Brno, 14th century
The Church of Old Brno, 14th century
The Column of Zderad in Brno, 15th century
Monday - 10. September
Ivan Foletti, Russian Inputs in Czechoslovakia (1920-1930)
Ján Klípa, Medieval Art in Silesia - Battlefield of National Historiographies.
Adrien Palladino – Sabina Rosenbergová, The figure of Anton Pilgram in Brno: between Czech and German (-Austrian) historiography
Veronika Tvrzníková, Role of Wilhelm Worringer in Czech historiography
Martin Jakubčo, Nomadic cultures and its role in creation of medieval art in central Europe from historiographical point of view
Jan Galetta, Historiographical images of medieval Brno
Tuesday - 11. September
Olomouc - Excursion with contributions by students of medieval art history from Masaryk university*
Town hall of Olomouc, Chapel of St. Jerome, 15th century
Church of Saint Maurice, 14th – 15th centuries in Olomouc
Rajhrad Altarpiece, the first half of the 15th century
Mount of Olives – sculptural group, second half of the 15th century in Olomouc
Group of medieval Madonnas from Olomouc Museum of Art
Alternatives - Saint Wenceslas Cathedral in Olomouc, 12th – 14th: 19th-century reconstruction / Frescoes of the Cloister of the Olomouc Cathedral after 1500 / Frescoes in The Church of The Immaculate Conception of The Virgin Mary, 1500
Wednesday - 12. September
Presentations of foreign students will present their own research from the historiographical point of view, taking into account main historical events of the 20th century.