'Relics @ The Lab’

Het Koninklijk Instituut voor het Kunstpatrimonium (KIK-IRPA) organiseert op 27-28 oktober te Brussel de internationale workshop 'Relics @ The Lab', over wetenschappelijke en archeologische benaderingen van middeleeuwse relieken. Het programma, praktische info en een inschrijfformulier vindt u op de website http://org.kikirpa.be/relicsatthelab/index.php.

Het programma ziet er als volgt uit:

Woensdag 26 oktober 2016
14.00-18.00 uur registratie in het KIK

Donderdag 27 oktober
9.00 uur registratie en onthaal
9.30 uur welkomstwoord door Christina Ceulemans en Mark Van Strydonck (KIK)
Sessie 1
9.50 uur Julia M.H. Smith (University of Glasgow), Late antique and early medieval relic-objects: an overview of the surviving evidence
10.10 uur Ruth Noyes (Wesleyan University, Newbury), ‘Ex ea tam ingenti Reliquiarum translatione & collocatione factum est.’ A historiography of scientific relic studies and their early modern origins
10.30 uur Eleanor Farber (Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art, Oxford), Proposing Standard Guidelines for the Scientific Assessment of Relics
Sessie 2
11.30 uur Caroline Polet (Koninklijk Instituut voor Natuurwetenschappen, Brussel), Multidisciplinary study of the reliquary contents attributed to the bishop Jacques de Vitry (12-13th C. AD)
11.50 uur Alexander Cherkinsky (University of Georgia), Does these bones belong to St. Auratianus?
12.10 uur Alexander Lehouck (Abdijmuseum Ten Duinen, Koksijde), The Idesbald relics of the Abbey of the Dunes revealed (Koksijde-Bruges, Belgium)
Sessie 3
13.50 uur Anthony J.T. Jull (University of Arizona, Tucson), Artifacts, Relics and Radiocarbon
14.10 uur Thomas Higham (University of Oxford) New AMS Radiocarbon Dates and aDNA Studies of St John the Baptist Relics
14.30 uur Raphaël Panhuysen (University of Amsterdam), Deconstructing the story of the miraculously recovered skeleton of Ailbertus of Antoing
14.50 uur Jamie Cameron (University of Oxford), 3D Visualisation of Reliquaries via Photogrammetry
15.30 uur receptie en poster sessie

Vrijdag 28 oktober 2016
8.30 uur Onthaal
Sessie 1
9.00 uur Jussi-Pekka Taavitsainen (University of Turku), Dating relics with AMS
9.20 uur Ana Cabrera-Lafuente en María Judith Feliciano (Victoria and Albert Museum en Independent Scholar, New York), Medieval Iberian Relics and their Woven Vessels: The Case of San Ramón del Monte (†1126) Roda de Isábena Cathedral (Huesca, Aragón)
9.40 uur Anne Hedeager Krag (University of Southern Denmark), New light on silks in the reliquary shrine of St. Canute in Odense Cathedral, Denmark
10.00 uur Anja Bayer en Regula Schorta (Abegg-Stiftung Riggisberg), The Textiles found in the Shrine of Saint Godehard in Hildesheim
Sessie 2
11.00 uur Jeroen Reyniers (KIK, Brussel), What’s inside the Thirteenth-Century Shrine of Saint Odilia? A Case of an Interdisciplinary Study
11.20 uur Anja Neskens en Katrien Houbey (Musea Maaseik), Saint Harlindis and Relindis
11.40 uur Raphaël Coipel (Conseil régional Hauts-de-France), Project of St Aldegonde: analysis of a treasure
12.00 uur Maria Lahtinen (University of Turku), Isotope analyses of the Turku cathedral skull relic and the reliquary fabrics
Sessie 3
13.40 uur Ingela Wahlberg (University of Uppsala), Birgittine Reliquaries from Vadstena monastery: characteristic techniques and ornamentations by the Birgittine nun’s
14.00 uur Anique C. de Kruijf (Museum Catherijneconvent, Utrecht), Preserved miraculously
14.20 uur Fanny Van Cleven (KIK, Brussel), The Relic Treasure of Herkenrode: an online database
14.40 uur Slotbesprekin
15.00 uur Labbezoek (KIK), Radiocarbon Laboratory, Textile Laboratory and Textile Conservation Studio

Poster presentaties:
1. Ian Andrews, Considerations on the Dating and Design of Early Medieval Reliquaries and Book Covers
2. Aki Arponen en Ina Vanden Berghe, Red Fabrics in the Turku Cathedral Relic Assemblage
3. Montserrat A. Baez Hernandez, The corpi santi under the government of Pius VI, materiality as a sign of identity: first rapprochements to novohispanic cases
4. Jacek Bielak, The Reliquary Chapel of Palazzo Pitti in Florence. The Art Collection and Religious Devotion of Maria Maddalena d’Absburgo in 17th Century
5. Mathieu Boudin, An archaeological mystery revealed by radiocarbon dating of cross-flow nanofiltrated amino acids derived from bone collagen, silk, and hair: case study of the bishops Baldwin I and Radbot II from NoyonTournai
6. Ignace Bourgeois, A box full of surprises. Archaeologists find an ancient relic in St Rumbold’s Cathedral (Mechelen)
7. Jamie Cameron, An Unidentified Head of Hair at Romsey Abbey: New Scientific Insights
8. Mathilde Daumas, Behind the Saint Guidon shrine, a multidisciplinary approach of the relics
9. Guy De Mulder, Deposition of human bones in settlement contexts during het Bronze ad Iron Ages. Some kind of protohistoric relics
10. Kristof Haneca en Marjan Buyle, The reliquary of Saint-Dymphna: dating wood and bones
11. Laura Hendriks, Microscale radiocarbon dating from paintings to cultural heritage textiles
12. Georges Kazan en Jamie Cameron, The Relics Cupboard of St Paul’s Cathedral, Liège, Belgium: A Preliminary Survey
13. Friederike Leibe, Medieval textiles from the tomb of the founder of the Tegernsee Monastery
14. Caroline Polet, Study of the skull attributed to Saint Gerolphus (8th c. AD)
15. Gabriela Sanchez Reyes, Sanctity through the light of science: radiographic images on ceroplastic reliquaries
16. Sabine Schrenk, Turning tunics into relics
17. Fanny Van Cleven, Jeroen Reyniers en Anton Ervynck (ed.) - “Met maagdelijke blik”: presentation of the study and conservation of the reliquary of Herkenrode
18. Tine Van Osselaer en Leonardo Rossi, Power in the blood. The material culture of non-approved cults (19th and 20th century)
19. Mark Van Strydonck, Radiocarbon dating of local saints
20. Konstantin Voronin en Mariya Kabanova, Interdisciplinary study of medieval 15th century Russian icons of the Our Lady Deksiokratusa “Milostivaja” (dendrochronological, radiocarbon, chemical-physical, historical and cultural studies)
21. Annemarieke Willemsen, Inner Beauty: Looking for Relics in Excavated Medieval Jewellery

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