The Dickens Universe announces a special research opportunity for Victorianist faculty and graduate students whose colleges and universities are not currently institutional members of the Dickens Project Consortium. The 19th-Century Seminar is a working group of scholars led by two faculty members affiliated with the Dickens Project. Any “independent” faculty member or graduate student who wishes to attend the Dickens Universe is eligible to apply.See more details >
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Programme Announced and Registration Open for Conference 'The Art of the Network: Visualising Social Relationships, ca. 1400 - 1600 (Annual Renaissance Postgraduate Student Symposium, Courtauld Institute of Art).See more details >
An interdisciplinary conference that will explore the notion of the vista in the nineteenth century - VISTAS March 15-17, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.See more details >
Reserve your place now for this major international conference. Led by Tate Research, the two-day event brings together historians of art and visual culture, to share new scholarship exploring the crossed boundaries and expanded limits of art from the United States.See more details >
The PaintingDigitalPhotography conference seeks to investigate how artists and theorists are currently engaged in critical discourses around the shifting relationships of painting, photography, and digital manipulation. How are these mediums being defined in their connection to one another as new hybrid forms are being created through their combination?See more details >
Bringing together a wide range of people of all ages and educational backgrounds, The Academy is a modest attempt to demonstrate the value of scholarship in itself in today’s climate of instrumental approaches to knowledge, the use of universities as social-engineering battering rams and the incessant demands to show value for money.See more details >
13 March, 7pm
The English Restaurant, London, E1 6AG
Join us to hear Eckart Marchand talk about the migration of motifs to the emigration of those within the Warburg Institute. Eckart Marchand will outline the history of this institution and the life and wide-ranging research interests of its founder, Aby Warburg.
Launching The Courtauld Institute of Art’s Public Research Forum, res|fest is an evening of pop-up talks, performances and exhibits that celebrates research in art history, curation and conservation.
Experience the world-renowned Courtauld Gallery and Courtauld Institute of Art after hours with a mix of art, talks, demonstrations and tours. Bring your friends, have a bite to eat, grab and drink and enjoy the atmosphere.See more details >
The launch is an occasion for women artists, academics, students and all other members of the interested public to engage with materials from the Women's Art Library, learn more about the archive and try on the recently released WAL App.See more details >
Conference - Decolonising History: Visualisations of Conflict in a ‘Post-War’ Europe, University College London
This interdisciplinary symposium seeks to engage with and challenge the notion of a ‘post-war Europe’ through the lens of artistic, photographic and filmic visualisations of decolonial struggles and their legacies. Writing in reference to France’s imperial and colonial past, in her book From a Nation Torn (2014) Hannah Feldman has argued that the notion of a ‘post-war’ Europe occludes many of the conflicts which evolved after the end of WW2. This symposium will consider these marginalised struggles through the lens of visual culture.See more details >