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Call for Contributions: Mapping Eastern Europe in the 13th-17th Centuries

North of Byzantium

June 25, 2020 – August 31, 2020

North of Byzantium – an initiative exploring the rich history, art, and culture of the northern frontiers of the Byzantine Empire and organized by Maria Alessia Rossi (PhD, Courtauld Institute of Art) and Alice Isabella Sullivan (PhD, University of Michigan) - is calling for contributions for a digital project funded by the Princeton University Humanities Council, which will be hosted on the NoB website. Details of the project and information about how to contribute are outlined below.

NoB’s project aims to develop a new digital and interactive platform intended to sustain and promote research on and teaching of Eastern Europe between the thirteenth and seventeenth centuries. At a time when there is limited access to libraries, a lack of networking opportunities at conferences, and difficulties in promoting and retrieving research, Mapping Eastern Europe in the 13th-17th Centuries would host innovative forms of exchange and learning that would appeal to students and researchers as well as to the wider public.

The landing page of this public-orientated webpage will present a map of Eastern Europe through which users will be able to access art historical case studies, historical overviews, short notices about ongoing research projects, and reviews of recent books and exhibitions. It thus gathers a diversity of resources into a single, easily navigable online clearinghouse that will be of use to students and scholars at all levels.

NoB is inviting you to contribute to this project in two ways:

1- Short descriptions of long-term ongoing research projects that you and/or your colleagues may be involved with. These projects could be work toward a new book, archaeological investigations, museum exhibitions, on-going research initiatives, etc. This does not include work on shorter projects (articles, book-reviews, papers presented at conferences, organization of conferences/workshops), but rather long-term efforts.

If interested, please share with NoB the following details about your project by August 31, 2020: Title of project Brief description of project (max 300 words) Image(s) (max 2; copyright free) + image caption Link to project/website (if applicable)

2- Recent reviews of Books and Exhibitions in English. Please send NoB a full citation and a link to the published review.

Please include in the subject line “Mapping Eastern Europe”.

NoB welcomes expressions of interest prior to submission, so please be in touch if you have any questions about possible contributions.

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