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DepositO ofício de Matinas para Festa de São Bernardo: O testemunho do manuscrito P-AR Ms 25

O mosteiro de S. Pedro e S. Paulo de Arouca constituiu-se no início do século XIII como uma das mais importantes casas femininas da Ordem de Cister em Portugal. Deste mosteiro sobrevivem uma série de fontes de cantochão de inestimável valor e que permitem vislumbrar a riqueza da sua liturgia musical. Pretende-se, através do estudo comparativo do ofício de Matinas para a festa de S. Bernardo, traçar um percurso da tradição musical associada ao culto deste Santo, sobretudo através do Manuscrito 25 do Museu de Arte Sacra de Arouca, um antifonário onde se encontra representada musicalmente a festa de S. Bernardo

MemberJeffrey Becker

Jeffrey Becker is a Mediterranean archaeologist. Becker has held teaching positions at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, The College of William & Mary, Boston University, McMaster University, the University of Mississippi, and the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World at Brown University. Additionally, Becker served as Acting Director of the Ancient World Mapping Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is an Associate Editor of the Pleiades Project and contributing editor for Etruscan and Roman art at Smarthistory.org. Becker is a veteran of archaeological fieldwork in Italy, notably on the Palatine Hill in Rome with Clementina Panella and the University of Michigan’s project at Gabii in Central Italy. He is currently a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Studies at Binghamton University – SUNY. At Binghamton, he teaches courses in Mediterranean archaeology and Graeco-Roman art history.

MemberKarla Vanraepenbusch

Karla Vanraepenbusch is a doctoral student at the Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium. She studies the material memory traces of the Belgian cities that were occupied during the First World War, in particular of Antwerp and Liège. Karla Vanraepenbusch has worked as a researcher at the Centre for Historical Research and Documentation on War and Society (CEGESOMA, State Archives of Belgium), the Belgian centre of excellence for the history of 20th century conflicts.   Dissertation topic:  Karla examines the cultural memory formation of the First World War in Antwerp and Liège, cities that were occupied by Germany during the war. Her research project is supervised by Professor Dr. Laurence van Ypersele (UCL) and by Dr. Chantal Kesteloot (CEGESOMA). She is the grateful recipient of a BRAIN-be scholarship, issued by BELSPO (the Federal Public Planning Service Science Policy).   Research ethics:  Academic kindness, collaboration and community building

MemberIoannis Georganas

Ioannis Georganas is Academic Director and Lecturer at Hellenic International Studies in the Arts. He holds an MA (1998) and a PhD (2003) in Archaeology from the University of Nottingham, and has worked for the British School at Athens, the Foundation of the Hellenic World, Lake Forest College, and the University of St Andrews. His research interests include the study of Early Iron Age burial customs and the construction of identities in Greece, as well as weapons and warfare in the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Aegean. Ioannis has participated in excavations and field surveys in Greece (Kouphovouno, Lefkandi, Kastro-Kallithea, Praisos, Kenchreai) and Bulgaria (Halka Bunar). He served as President of the Athens-Greece Society of the Archaeological Institute of America (2005-2017) and he’s been Secretary of the Society of Ancient Military Historians (2013-present).

MemberJosef Barla

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I am a postdoc researcher in the Biotechnology, Nature and Society Research Group at the Institute of Sociology at Goethe-University Frankfurt. In 2017, I was an affiliated researcher of The Seed Box: A Mistra-Formas Environmental Humanities Collaboratory based at Linköping University in Sweden. I am also co-chairing the New Materialisms on the Crossroads of the Natural and Human Sciences working group of the European Cooperation in Science and Technology Action IS1307 “New Materialisms: Networking European Scholarship on ‘How Matter Comes to Matter‘” (PI Iris van der Tuin). My work focuses on questions at the intersection of the ethics and politics of technology and the technosciences, science and democracy, environmental justice as multispecies justice, and feminist epistemology. I completed my PhD in Philosophy of Technology at the University of Vienna in 2016.