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E-Newsletter 10 - 03/07/2009

Professor Fernando Villaseñor has initiated a two year long post-doctoral research project awarded by the Ministry of Science and Technology. During the first year he will be at the Warburg Institute (London University), a pioneering center in iconographic studies, and the second year he will stay at the Center for Medieval Studies, at Fordham University, New York.

Fernando has been nominated as a member of the Scientific Committee of the Romanesque Circle.

Fernando’s latest publications are the following:

Monteira, I., Muñoz, A.B., Villasñor, F. (eds.), Relegados al Margen. Marginalidad y Espacios Marginales en la Cultura Medieval. Madrid, CSIC, 2009.

“Los cantorales del Real Monasterio de Santo Tomás de Ávila”, Reales Sitios (en prensa).

“Los Ylluminadores en Castilla durante la Segunda Mitad del Siglo XV: Consideración Socioeconómica y Particularidades del Oficio”, De Arte (en prensa).

“Juan Ruiz de Medina, Regio Oratoris in Romana Curia, y un Conjunto de sus Incunables Miniados”, en Las relaciones entre los Reyes Hispanos y las Cortes Europeas en la Baja Edad Media. El Intercambio Artístico.

“Iconografía de San Onofre en la Sede Romana de la Orden de Caballería del Santo Sepulcro de Jerusalén”, en Actas de las V Jornadas Internacionales de Estudios del Centro de Estudios de la Orden del Santo Sepulcro.

“Brazo Relicario de San Juan Bautista. Berlanga de Duero” en Paisaje Interior, XV Exposición de las Edades del Hombre.

“La Incredulidad de Santo Tomás. Villar de Maya”, en Paisaje Interior, XV Exposición de las Edades del Hombre.

On June 26 he participated in the Tenth Coloquium Medieval Hispanic Research Seminar, organized by the SEMYR at the School of Languages, Linguistics and Film (Queen Mary, University of London) with the following paper: “La representación de las órdenes militares de Jerusalén en el imaginario medieval hispano”.

 

On July 16, he will participate in the International Medieval Congress, organized by the Center of Medieval Studies at the University of Leeds with the following paper: “The Heretic in Medieval Hispanic Miniature”.


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