Alicia Miguelez

Alicia Miguelez
Universidade NOVA de Lisboa | NOVA · Institute of Medieval Studies (IEM)

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This introductory article offers an in-depth discussion of the special issue’s overall theme, as well as summaries of the individual contributions and a reflection on how digital tools are reshaping research. The first section covers the recent flourishing of large-scale digitization projects along with advances in material sciences and in a range...
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This special issue, “Looking ahead: new approaches to medieval Iberian heritage”, is the main output of a fruitful collaboration between the humanities and the experimental sciences, which has greatly contributed to increase our knowledge of creative processes in medieval Iberia. The articles examine a wide range of objects produced using very diff...
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The Alcobaça Beatus (Lisbon, National Library, Alc. 247) is one of the few extant unillustrated copies of the eighth-century Commentary on the Apocalypse attributed to the Iberian monk Beatus of Liébana. It has traditionally been considered that this Beatus was produced at the Cistercian Portuguese abbey of Santa Maria de Alcobaça and that its mode...
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Over the course of the twentieth century, various political regimes in Europe used medieval images to demonstrate and legitimize their power. The present study takes as its focus the case of Portugal and, more precisely, an illumination in the twelfth-century Portuguese manuscript known as the Lorvão Beatus, a copy of the Commentary on the Apocalyp...
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O Simpósio Internacional "O Corpo através da Imagem", celebrado em Coimbra em Outubro de 2013,dirigiu-se ao estudo da representação do corpo ao longo da história a partir de um ponto de vistamultidisciplinar. Respondendo aos desafios científicos do Simpósio, o objetivo deste trabalho foi estabelecerum quadro teórico, geral e abrangente sobre o corp...
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La diversidad semántica de muchas de las conductas gestuales representadas en la iconografía románica nos lleva a plantear la existencia de un fenómeno particular, el de la descontextualización del gesto. Dicho fenómeno puede deberse, principalmente, a dos motivos, uno casual y otro intencionado. El objetivo de este trabajo es analizar ambos.
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The aim of this paper is to set a series of general aspects related to the graphic representations of gestures in the Romanesque iconography of the Iberian Peninsula. This approach is based on the prior configuration of a gestural corpus, formed by attitudes, gestures and postures portrayed in the Romanesque Art of the Spanish kingdoms. The aspects...

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The purpose of the Action is to provide a transnational and interdisciplinary approach capable of overcoming the segmentation that currently characterizes the study of relations between Christianity and Islam in late medieval and early modern Europe and the Mediterranean. Over the last thirty years, some separate geographic and academic areas have been defined in this research field: the Iberian Peninsula, Italy, Central Europe and the Balkans, and Greece and the different islands of the Mediterranean. These different geographical areas have been analysed in isolation and have been further disjointed in a scientific context defined by the separation of disciplines and chronologies. The intention of the Action is to mitigate this academic distortion by creating a common space for scientific exchange and reflection. This space will involve institutions from 26 different European and Mediterranean countries as well as 59 senior and junior researchers coming from different disciplines (history, history of art, philology, anthropology, social sciences, history of the science, politics, etc.). The creation of this network will help to provide a comprehensive understanding of past relations between Christianity and Islam in the European context through the addressing of three main research problems: otherness, migration and borders. Beyond the strictly academic realm, the Action also aims to revive diversity and Euro-Mediterranean relations in education, at a moment when Europe is at a cultural and political crossroads.