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Complutense University of Madrid (UCM)
History of Art

 Contact details
Contact personMr. José María Salvador González
Professor 
StreetProfesor Aranguren s/n 
Address 28040 - Madrid (Spain) 
Phone0034645864005 
Webhttps://www.ucm.es/capire/
 Organisation details
Employees (in Depart.)51-250 
Organisation TypeResearch Organisation 
 Research Focus

 Fields of activities:
» History
» Languages and Linguistics
» Literature
» Performing arts
» Philosophy
» Religion Studies
» Theology
» History of Arts
» Visual arts
» Cultural Heritage
» Virtual Museums
» Other social sciences
» Other humanities
» Anthropology
» Cultural studies
» Media and socio-cultural communication

 Brief description of your activity focus
CAPIRE is a collective of professionals that analyzes the religious iconography of Europe from an interdisciplinary and international approach

 Details about Expertise / Competences / Technologies
The research group CAPIRE, constituted in 2012 and framed within the Department of Art History of the
Complutense University, is directed by Dr. José María Salvador González and consists of 16 members, 8
researchers, of which 3 are researchers in training, and 8 collaborators.
The main areas of research in which the scientific advances of these research groups are integrated focus on the
History of Art, Cultural Heritage and the History of the Church. Among them, they develop priority study lines
such as: Museums for society in the 21st century, intangible heritage and its aesthetics, Christian iconography in
the Middle Ages, the iconography of liturgy and rituals, Codicology, documentation and medieval librarian
culture
the sociological aspects linked to the history of art.
Team members have participated continuously in many projects with national and international competitive
funding, and with more than € 250,000 in total, including international projects, national projects of the
National R + D + I Plan (Ministries of Education and Science and Science and Innovation) and projects of other
public agencies (UCM and UCM). In addition, they have had contracts related to documentation, research and
dissemination of Heritage.
The CAPIRE group has two journals linked to the iconography profile, Eikon Imago and De Medio Aevo, both semi-
annual, in which the scientific results of the symposia of the groups are published, as well as the latest
developments in the world of iconography.
 Research Activities

 EU Framework Programme related activities:
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 Project participation
 
Project #1
Project TypeNational
FunctionPartner
Project TitleCAPIRE - Collective for the Pluridisciplinary Analysis of European Religious Iconography
AcronymCAPIRE
Specific ThemeReligious Iconography
Project websitehttps://www.ucm.es/capire/
CoordinatorMUSACCES Consortium

 International and national projects beyond EU Framework Programme
MUSACCES Consortium: Museology and social integration: the dissemination of the artistic and cultural heritage of the
Museo del Prado to groups with special accessibility (blind, deaf and inmates)

Art, accessibility, integrative museography in the museums and collections of the Complutense University of Madrid

IDEOMUS: Museums, Migrations and Social Integration. Artistic, Religious and Cultural Identities from the Origins of
Europe until Contemporary Conflicts

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