Tate Modern invites proposals for 15-minute presentations from academics, research students, curators, artists and other professionals in relevant fields that aim to consider afresh the origins and socio-political underpinnings of modernism in Nigeria and West Africa more broadly and the legacy of its key proponents.See more details >
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The British Library is delighted to announce the launch of Picturing Places www.bl.uk/picturing-places, a new free online resource which explores the Library’s extensive holdings of landscape imagery.See more details >
Call for articles - Making Masculinity: Craft, Gender, and Material Production in the Long Nineteenth-Century
This special issue of Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies will use ‘craft’ as a framework for understanding how various forms of masculinity were constructed and expressed during the long nineteenth-century (1789-1914) in Britain and internationally.See more details >
Collaborative Doctoral Studentship - Making an impression: British women printmakers in the Long Eighteenth Century
Applications are invited for an AHRC-funded Collaborative Doctoral Studentship researching the role, status and output of amateur and professional women printmakers in Britain during the long eighteenth century, drawing on the Victoria & Albert Museum’s strong collections of work by women printmakers of this period.See more details >
2018 Annual Conference,
Courtauld Institute of Art & King's College London
7 - 9 April 2018
For our 2018 Annual Conference we are inviting sessions proposals that respond to the idea of ‘looking outwards'. We encourage engagement with art history in the broadest sense, and seek to incorporate a diverse range of papers and perspectives.
Session proposal deadline: 1 May 2017
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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 >
The images forming the design of the European single currency are hugely familiar to anybody living or traveling in the Euro zone. What do they tell us, however, about the past, the present, and the future of the European Union?See more details >
n.paradoxa’s MOOC has just opened to the public and offers 10 free lessons, open to join anytime and for users to continue at their own pace. The subject of the MOOC is contemporary art (post-1970) and feminism. Anyone can join, registration with an email is all that is required.See more details >
PhD studentship - Where Art and Science Meet: Art and Design at Oxford University Museum of Natural History
The Department of Art History, Curating and Visual Studies at the University of Birmingham, is delighted to offer one AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award with the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. This Award offers you the opportunity to pursue a fully funded PhD in art history, natural history and museology.See more details >
Launch of 'The Two Cultures' report from the New Schools Network (NSN)See more details >