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MARCAM. Women and Art in Medieval Castile (12th-15th centuries): patronage, reception and capacity to act(PID2021-128754NA-I00)

Pulse para ampliar Sarcófago de D. Constanza de Castilla, Convento de Santo Domingo el Real (Madrid), finales del siglo XV, alabastro tallado
  • Estimated timeframe: 2023-2025
  • Funding institution: Department of Art History, UNED / Ministry of Science and Innovation
  • Lead researcher: Elena Paulino Montero (UNED)
  • MAN researchers: Beatriz Campderá Gutiérrez, Helena Lahoz Kopiske
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The project addresses the role of women in the artistic development of medieval Castile. It seeks to analyse the different possibilities of action of women in the field of art production: as promoters, conceptualizers, donors, recipients or users. It also studies the role that works of art played as tools of political, social, memorial or even legal action for certain women or, on the contrary, as tools of social control and regulation of femininity.

  • Mesa Redonda: Las mujeres y las artes en la Edad Media. Organizan: E. Paulino (UNED) y B. Campderá (MAN). Participan: M. J. Feliciano (Investigadora independiente); Á. Fuentes (UCM), V. Abenza (CSIC), H. Lahoz (MAN), L. Molina (IES Cortes de Cádiz), M. À. Capellà (UIB, Universitat de les Illes Balears) 01/03/2023. Ver grabación de la Mesa Youtube
  • Lahoz Kopiske, H. (2023): «Crismeras de Catalina de Ávila, muger de Alonso». Ir a artículo Nueva ventana
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