This collaborative, interdisciplinary project looks again at the Trinity Altarpiece by Hugo van der Goes, Trinity Collegiate Church, and Trinity Hospital as emblems of Scotland’s inventive and ambitious cultural milieu, and its active, outward looking engagement with Europe and beyond. The network will re-examine the Trinity, and establish its cultural relevance today. Taking innovative approaches to materialities, geographies, and the wider artistic, intellectual, and cultural networks that connect them during the reigns of James II, III and IV, and the regency of Queen Mary of Guelders, it seeks to identify contemporary networks and reassess the significance of knowledge exchange.
We are delighted to be the recipients of a generous award from the Dorothy Dunnett Society to support our ‘Reviving the Trinity’ book project and we look forward to working with them. Dorothy Dunnett was a superb researcher in many areas of Scottish history and her ‘Niccolo’ series particularly deals with many places, people and […]
The Trinity Network is new and this website is still under development. You can explore some information about the network and the CfP for our forthcoming virtual symposium in the menu down the left-hand side. Please check back soon as we add more material. To contact the network, please email TrinityNetwork1460@gmail.com