Actualités du projet

Participation à des colloques

Janvier

Hasan Sercan Sağlam participera au colloque “L’Impero di Genova.
Dal Mar Nero all’Atlantico, la grande espansione nel Medioevo” (19-20 janvier 2024), au Palais ducal de Gênes, et présentera la communication intitulée “Pera, lo sviluppo della colonia genovese nel Basso Medioevo”

Programme : https://palazzoducale.genova.it/evento/limpero-di-genova/ 


Clément Dussart et Estelle Ingrand-Varenne présenteront une conférence intitulée “A Landscape of Signs: the Southern Façade of the Holy Sepulchre (12th-16th c.)” dans le congrès “Epigraphies of Pious Travel: A Conference on Pilgrimage and Graffiti” qui a lieu à Vienne, du 24 au 26 janvier 2024:

Programme

 

Participation à des séminaires

Février :

Clément Dussart et Estelle Ingrand-Varenne présenteront “interactions entre les écritures de différents alphabets en Orient” mercredi 7 février 2024 (10h-12h), dans le cadre du séminaire 2023-2024 de Marc Smith, “Inscriptions bizarres ? — L’épigraphie et ses marges, matériaux et formes, (in)compétence et créativité graphiques”. 

EPHE, 17 rue de la Sorbonne, 75005 Paris, escalier E, 1er étage, salle Gaston-Paris (D.064)

Accessible aussi en ligne, contact : marc.smith@ephe.psl.eu

 

Mission de terrain

Mars :

Yaroslav Stadnichenko a obtenu une bourse de l’Ecole française d’Athènes et fera une mission épigraphique en Grèce, sur les inscriptions génoises et vénitiennes, au mois de mars.

 

Recrutements

Février :

Marie Evina succèdera le 1er février 2024 à Livie Candusso en tant que gestionnaire du projet.

Mars :

Délia Préteux sera en contrat de mars à mai 2024 pour faire des recherches sur la représentation typographique des inscriptions de Terre sainte par Quaresmio au XVIIe s.

Call for application: Summer School in Medieval Epigraphy 2024

The Summer School in Medieval Epigraphy organized by the ERC GRAPH-EAST is pleased to offer a training programme to doctoral and early-career scholars who wish to gain experience using epigraphic materials for research. The aims of the course are to provide theoretical and practical training in epigraphy so that medieval inscriptions and graffiti can be identified, read, used, and preserved, to advance the knowledge of Medieval Latin inscriptional culture and its contributions to the overall heritage of Europe and the Mediterranean world, and to create a network of young researchers in medieval epigraphy.

It will be held at the Centre d’études supérieures de civilisation medieval in Poitiers (France) from Monday, July 8 to Friday, July 12 2024. The course language will be English.

During the week-long gathering, sessions will deal with the functions and techniques, writings and languages – particularly in cosmopolitan and multicultural contexts – and the afterlives of the inscribed artefacts. They will also focus on relevant methods, such as protocols for field observation, the analysis of tool marks and stone cutting, photographic survey and photogrammetry, and digital editions, all with practical exercises in the monuments and museums of Poitiers.

Each participant will also prepare a poster to present their research, explaining their main goals and how they may use inscribed artefacts.

The Summer School will cover candidates’ travel expenses, accommodation and some meals. To apply, candidates must submit the following documents (in English or in French) by January 15, 2024 to this email address: estelle.ingrand.varenne@univ-poitiers.fr  

  • A cover letter describing their ongoing research and the links with epigraphy,
  • A one-page CV,
  • A presentation of the project for the poster (500 words max.).

The application will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee and candidates will be notified of the results by March 1st, 2024.

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Organizers:

  • Clément Dussart
  • Estelle Ingrand-Varenne
  • Savvas Mavromatidis
  • Maria Villano

Speakers:

  • Vincent Debiais (CNRS/EHESS)
  • Carlo Tedeschi (University of Chieti/ERC Graff-IT)
  • Cécile Treffort (University of Poitiers/CESCM)
  • ERC GRAPH-EAST Team

Rhodes and the Knights Hospitaller – my internship with GRAPH-EAST

As it is rare for Master’s students to get the chance to contribute to research, I was happy to hear about the possibility to do an internship with the team of the ERC project GRAPH-EAST, which they announced during a presentation of their work to first year students of Medieval Studies in Poitiers. I was interested to learn how an international project of this scale is managed and to discover more about medieval epigraphy, a field that I had not yet explored before coming to Poitiers for my ERASMUS studies. Thus, I got in contact with Estelle Ingrand-Varenne and my internship was scheduled for five weeks in May and June 2023. It presented an instructive end to my studies in Poitiers, before returning to my home university in Heidelberg, Germany.

My work was centred around the medieval inscriptions in the Latin alphabet on Rhodes. From 1309 onwards, Rhodes was the main base of the Knights Hospitaller Order, until the island was conquered by the Ottoman Empire in 1522. Over the two centuries of their presence, the Knights left many archaeological and epigraphic traces around the town that are still visible today. My task was to register the inscriptions in the HEURIST database of the project, based on the information that I gathered from already published works.

Continue reading “Rhodes and the Knights Hospitaller – my internship with GRAPH-EAST”

Séminaire d’épigraphie (suite) : séance au CESCM 1/12/22

Le séminaire reprend en présentiel jeudi 1er décembre 2022 en salle Crozet. Vous y êtes toutes et tous les bienvenus.

Au cœur de la thématique des “Indéchiffrables”, les graffitis occupent une place de choix tant ils sont difficiles à lire par leur écriture hâtive, parfois non conventionnelle ou peu soignée. Les graffitis seront donc l’objet de la séance de la matinée, à travers des questions historiques, archéologiques et éditoriales ; l’après-midi proposera un focus sur deux projets de recherche en cours.

Programme :

9h30 Accueil – Café

1re session : Focus sur les graffitis

10h   Andrzej S. Chankowski (Université de Poitiers, HeRMA), “La communauté des jeunes gens dans les gymnases du monde grec: apport des graffitis”

11h   Roman Chambonnet (Université de Caen Normandie), “Le graffiti comme objet archéologique : le cas de l’église Saint-Georges du château de Caen”

12h   Clément Dussart (Université de Poitiers, CESCM), “Comment éditer les graffitis ?”

Buffet ouvert à tous

2e session : Actualité épigraphique

14h30   Morgane Uberti (Université Complutense de Madrid, UNA4CAREER, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions), “Pourquoi (et comment) faire des pratiques de datation dans l’inscription un objet de recherche ?”

15h30   Silvia Gómez Jiménez (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), “Una aproximación a la poesía epigramática edilicia”

16h30 Présentation de la “Maison de l’épigraphie”

17h   Clôture

Séminaire accessible en ligne : 

Lien Zoom: https://cnrs.zoom.us/j/99895575475?pwd=bWVjWS9KMWRZcll6dit1VUIzdTRHUT09

ID de réunion : 998 9557 5475
Code secret : FSt39w

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The inscriptions in the Nativity Church of Bethlehem

Lecture Epigraphik in der Hollandstraße, 12 October 2021, 5:00 pm

Epigraphic Writing in the Nativity Church of Bethlehem. Case study of the ERC GRAPH-EAST, by Estelle Ingrand-Varenne

Seizing the opportunity to bring together people in a way not geographically feasible in normal times, the lecture will be given as a Zoom meeting. Even a larger online attendance should not affect a free-for-all discussion, the floor being opened for comments and questions by all participants.
If you are planning to attend the lecture, please register via an email to
andreas.rhoby@oeaw.ac.at.
Those who have registered will receive an email with the Zoom link on the 11th.
We are keen to make the talk available to a broad audience, so please feel free to share the invitation with anyone you think might be interested.
We look forward to welcoming a large audience!

Writing in the Nativity Church of Bethlehem

CONTACT:
Andreas Rhoby
andreas.rhoby@oeaw.ac.at

 

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