The 37th AAH Annual Conference & Bookfair
University of Warwick
31 March - 2 April 2011

AAH2011 aimed to showcase the diversity and richness of art history in the UK and elsewhere: we looked for an extensive chronological range from ancient to contemporary (with a healthy dose in the middle). We invited sessions that were geographically inclusive of Western Europe and the Americas, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. We also wanted to ensure that we had 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 particularly welcomed anthropological and archaeological approaches to the History of Art. The sessions were also selected to reflected the composition of our wide constituency – independent or academic researchers (including students) and museum curators. 

AAH2011 Academic Sessions
Click on the above link to see session abstracts and listings of academic papers. The AAH does not hold copies of papers given (for copyright reasons), but if you would like to contact a particular speaker please do so via the session convenor.

AAH2011 Plenary Events:

Thursday 31 March: Stephen Bann,Emeritus Professor of History of Art, University of Bristol, in conversation with Karen Lang, Leverhulme Visiting Professor, University of Warwick, and Editor of the Art Bulletin

Friday 1 April:  'Art History from the Bottom Up', Patricia Rubin, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University