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The Land of Fable

Written by Victor Hugo and published in Les Chants des Crepuscules in 1835 Translated by George W.M. Reynolds and published in Songs of Twilight in 1836. (“L’Orient! Qu’y voyez-vous, poëtes?”)[1] [Poets! What do you see in the East?]...

Relocating British Orientalism in Portugal

Fig.1. An Orientalist folly? Monserrate Palace and Gardens, Sintra, Portugal (© L. Châtel) Perched high up on the Portuguese hills of Sintra, Monserrate, with its interlace of Moorish, neo-Gothic and Alhambresque features (Fig. 1...
From: Voltaire Foundation on 14 Nov 2016

Appel à communication : « L’Orientalisme et l’Espagne. XIXe-XXe siècles / Orientalism and Spain 19th-20th C. (Edimbourg, avril 2016)

This panel is part of the annual conference of the Association of Art Historians (UK), which will be hosted by the University of Edinburgh, 7-9 April 2016. The panel invites papers that examine 19th- and 20th-century visual responses to Spain’s...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 5 Jul 2015

Middle Ages in the Modern World (MAMO) 2015

Following the success of MAMO 2013, held at St Andrews last year, we are proud to announce that a follow-up conference will be held from Monday 29 June to Thursday 2 July 2015 at the University of Lincoln. It will also be held in conjunction with Lincoln’s...
From: The Renaissance Diary on 29 Jun 2015

Encounters with the Orient in Early Modern Scholarship: Ludolf und Wansleben – Orientalistik, Politik und Geschichte zwischen Gotha und Afrika 1650–1700

Internationale Konferenz des Forschungszentrums Gotha im Rahmen des HERA-Projektes11–13. May 2015 | Herzog-Ernst-Kabinett | Forschungsbibliothek Gotha
From: The Renaissance Diary on 11 May 2015

Journée d’études : « Le Mythe de l’Orient. Architecture et ornement à l’époque de l’Orientalisme » (Château d’Oberhofen, 12 juin 2015)

Le Château d’Oberhofen possède l’un des intérieurs orientalistes les plus significatifs de Suisse : le fumoir oriental (Selamlik) aménagé en 1855 d’après les plans de l’architecte bernois...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 1 May 2015

Besterman Lecture 2013: Civilisation et empire au siècle des Lumières

Professeure Céline Spector Le Besterman Centre for the Enlightenment vous invite à la conférence Besterman 2013 donnée par Céline Spector, directrice du département de Philosophie de l’Université Bordeaux 3 (Michel de Montaigne) et membre...
From: Voltaire Foundation on 25 Oct 2013

Conférence : « Conquête de l’Algérie par l’image sous la monarchie de Juillet » par Nicolas Schaub (Paris, 19 décembre 2012)

Après la conquête d’Alger, entre 1830 et 1848, des artistes accompagnant l’armée d’Afrique forment et diffusent un important corpus d’images sur l’Orient musulman. Ils participent, de par leur subjectivité, à l’invention des principaux...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 5 Dec 2012

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