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Völkerwanderung

Walter Pohl

Wie allgemein bekannt, haben in den letzten Jahren starke Migrationsbewegungen aus dem Mittelmeerraum nach Westeuropa stattgefunden. Von einer neuen Völkerwanderung ist oft die Rede. Sie gemahnt an die Bilder, die uns seit der Mittelschulzeit in den Knochen sitzen, und  erzeugt mit Erfolg ängstliche Aufmerksamkeit. Verschiedene politische und soziale Bewegungen schlagen daraus ideologischen Profit.

Aber wer wandert eigentlich? Völker? Kulturen? Familien? Menschen?
Sind westasiatische und afrikanische Flüchtlinge niemand anders als „die Germanen von heute“?
Oder gibt es da noch andere Dinge, die wir wissen sollten?

Prof. Walter Pohl, der wohl renommierteste Experte Österreichs über die Zeit der Völkerwanderung, bietet eine fundierte Differenzierung.

VSIG - Verein zur Förderung der Studien zur interkulturellen Geschichte

Freitag, 24.2.2017, um 19 Uhr c.t.
im Lateinamerikainstitut
Türkenstraße 25
1090 Wien

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Manuscript After Print:

The Influence of Print on Post-Gutenberg Manuscripts

Thirteen international speakers will analyse the simultaneity of the handwritten and printed media in post-medieval Iceland, Ireland and Great Britain. The aim of the conference is to analyse post-medieval manuscript culture systematically, to bring specialists from different fields who work on similar subject together, and to open up ways for future collaborations.

In this conference we will analyse three factors that were significant for the specific developments of print and manuscript culture: media, material aspects, and gender and social norms. Regarding media, speakers will analyse how oral, written and visual elements define the specific textuality of books and manuscripts, and what influence print had on post-medieval manuscripts. Concerning material, the introduction of paper to the Irish scribal market will be analysed. The third factor, social norms and gender, will focus on the possibilities of publication with regard to gender and literary genres, the implications of the chosen medium, and what types of texts were selected from print culture to reproduce in handwriting.

Conference attendance is free, however, please register to ensure we order enough conference folders and coffee.

The conference is organised by

Silvia Hufnagel, Austrian Academy of Sciences, and
Nioclás Mac Cathmhaoil, Ulster University
with financial support from the project “Old and New”, funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska Curie grant agreement No 65881

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DPP Lecture Series

 

1st Lecture

1 March 20171800- 2000

 

Jakub Tamaškovič (Constantine the Philosopher University, Nitra, Slovak Republic)

The Ways towards the Complex Study of Settlement Structures:

The Case Study of the Early Medieval Morava Valley

organized by:
DPP
– Digitising Patterns of Power
Peripherical Mountains in the Medieval World

Location:
Redemptoristenkolleg
Maria am Gestade
Salvatorgasse 12
Klemenssaal
1010 Vienna

 


Getting Better all the Time

Carolingian Correctio Then and Now

International Conference

 

Friday 17 February • 9:30am - 6pm

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University of Cambridge
History Faculty Building
West Road (Sidgwick Site)
CB3 9EF Cambridge
Rooms 12 (morning) & 11 (afternoon)

Event organiser:
Dr Giorgia Vocino, Newton International Fellow, University of Cambridge

Newton International Fellowship Project The Art of Speech
together with
SFB Visions of Community
(Austrian Science Fund F42)

 


The Medieval Translator

Poster Cardiff Conference

Medieval Translations &
Their Readership

The XI Cardiff Conference on the
Theory and Practice of Translation in the Middle Ages

2017, March 15-18

 

Organisers:
Editorial Board of The Medieval Translator series
(Brepols),
ERC Grant Origins of the Vernacular Mode;
COST Action 1301: New Communities of Interpretation,
Institute for Medieval Research – Austrian Academy of Sciences/ÖAW

Location: 
Institute for Medieval Research / ÖAW
Hollandstrasse 11-13, 1020 Wien
seminar rooms, 1st floor

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Charlemagne's Contacts with Islam in the High Medieval Literary Imagination

Poster

Sara S. Poor (Princeton University)

Monday, January 30 2017 • 16h ct.

Location:
IMAFO
Hollandstrasse 11-13
3rd floor, Library

Organisation: TCW Network  The Transformation of the Carolingian World - Plurality and Its Limits in Europe, 9th to 12th Century

Contact: Max Diesenberger


Tribes & Ethnicity: “Ethnic and Tribal Origins: Narratives and Genealogies”

 Workshop

20.01.2017 • 10:00-18:00

Hollandstraße 11-13
3st floor • library
1020 Vienna

VISCOM participants and guests welcome


Institut für Mittelalterforschung
der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften

Hollandstraße 11-13 • A-1020 Wien
Tel.: +43-1-515 81/7200 • e-Mail
Direktor: Univ.Prof.Dr. Walter Pohl


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