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AAH Conference 2009 Keynotes now online!

Posted 30 September 2009 in AAH News and Events

The two keynote addresses to the AAH Annual Conference 2009 are now available to view online.

- Welcome by the Lord Mayor, Cllr Mavis Smitheman, and Professor Maureen Wayman
- Opening keynote Professor Marsha Meskimmon, introduced by Dr Patricia Allmer
- Closing Keynote Professor Ernst van Alphen, introduced by Professor Tom Gretton

http://www.miriad.mmu.ac.uk/aah09/videos/?id=3

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Exhibition: Sculpture in Painting, Henry Moore Institute

Posted 30 September 2009 in External News and Events


Henry Moore Institute
10 October 2009 – 10 January 2010

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Call for Sessions: AAH Annual Conference 2011

Posted 29 September 2009 in AAH News and Events

37th AAH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
31 March - 2 April 2011
University of Warwick, Coventry
 

Call for sessions: Warwick 2011 invites the widest submissions to the 37th AAH Annual Conference. The 2011 Annual Conference is designed to showcase the diversity and richness of art history in the UK and elsewhere: we are looking for an extensive chronological range from ancient to contemporary (with a healthy dose in the middle). We want sessions that are geographically inclusive of Western Europe and the Americas, the Middle East and Asia. We also want to ensure that we have a full range of methodologies on offer ranging from object-based studies, socio-historical analyses, theoretical discourses, visual culture of the moving image, exhibition cultures and display. We would particularly welcome anthropological and archaeological approaches to the History of Art. The sessions should finally reflect the composition of our wide constituency – independent or academic researchers (including students) and museum curators.

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Seminar: Separateness and Kinship Transatlantic Exchanges between Britain and New England 1600-1900

Posted 28 September 2009 in External News and Events

Seminar invitation to Early Career Researchers to submit proposals to be included in a one day seminar, 'As Others See Us' on Saturday, 12 December 2009 at University of Exeter

Deadline : Thursday, 15 October 2009.

As part of an AHRC funded research network that includes participants from the University of Plymouth (which is leading the network), the University of Exeter, Amherst College, and Simmons College in Boston MA, we would like invite a small number of early career researchers from literary studies, architecture and material culture, and art history to submit abstracts.

The purpose of the seminar is to explore ways in which we might re-evaluate the cultural interaction between Britain and New England 1600-1900 in a collection of essays.

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Conference: Separateness and Kinship : Transatlantic Exchanges between New England and Britain 1600-1900 - University of Plymouth

Posted 28 September 2009 in External News and Events

International Conference, University of Plymouth, UK 14-17 July 2010

Separateness and Kinship : Transatlantic Exchanges between New England and Britain 1600-1900

Keynote speakers:

Lawrence Buell, Powell M. Cabot Professor of American Literature, Harvard University Susan Manning, Grierson Professor of English Literature, The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh

This three day conference will explore issues arising from the relationship between Britain and New England in the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries

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Event: Henry Moore Institute Open Day & talk by Bob & Roberta Smith

Posted 21 September 2009 in External News and Events

Henry Moore Institute Open Day 2009
16 October
2.30 – 5.30pm

The Institute’s annual open day includes behind-the-scenes tours of the galleries, library and archive, as well as an introduction to our forthcoming research programme and events.

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Conference: Imagining Dogma, Picturing Belief - Late-Medieval Mural Painting in Parish Churches across Europe, The Courtauld Institute of Art

Posted 21 September 2009 in External News and Events

The Courtauld Institute of Art
12.00 - 18.15, Friday 6 November 2009 (with registration from 11.30)
10.00 - 18.15, Saturday 7 November 2009 (with registration from 09.30)

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Conference: Modernity’s Cultural Politics: China in Context, The Courtauld Institute of Art

Posted 21 September 2009 in External News and Events

‘Modernity's Cultural Politics: China in Context’ is a two-day conference that considers the formations and functions of cultural production, in representing and intervening ethico-politically into the ongoing projects of modernity, particularly when modernities intersect with processes of globalisation.

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Call for Papers: Surrealism and the Americas, Rice University, Houston, Texas, Nov 4-5, 2010

Posted 21 September 2009 in External News and Events

This conference focuses on the interactions and patterns of influence among surrealist artists and collectors within the Americas that have been marginalized within dominant narratives of Surrealism and European exile. 

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AAH Membership

Posted 21 September 2009 in AAH News and Events

New membership options for 2010 will soon be available online and appear in the October issue of Bulletin. Click on the above link to find out more.

From October 2009 Annual AAH Membership will run for 12 months from date of subscription.

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