In and Out of American Art: Between Provincialism and Transnationalism, 1940 -1980 is a major two-day conference at the University of St Andrews in October 2017.See more details >
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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 >
The Annual Design History Society Conference is a prestigious, international event which offers a platform for an interdisciplinary approach to research and critical debate in design history. The proposal for the 2018 should be based on themes or perspectives on cultures of design.See more details >
Design is both making and unmaking the environment. Conversely, it might be argued that the environment is both making and unmaking design. The Design History Society Annual Conference 2017 explores how these processes unfold, across timescapes and landscapes, thus opening a new agenda for the field of design history.See more details >
Registration is also now open for Bristol Centre for Medieval Studies 2017 Conference, 'Past Futures: Space and Temporality in the Middle Ages', running Friday 3rd - Saturday 4th March 2017. The final program will be announced in the coming week, and we expect to enjoy papers from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds, including medieval and contemporary literature, media, anthropology, archaeology, theology, and history.See more details >
This interdisciplinary conference at Aberystwyth University aims to explore the connections between word and image in modernist texts. How did modernist artists respond to literary texts? How did writers incorporate visual elements in poetry and prose? And how did modernist texts combine word and image in radical new ways?See more details >
Panel at Modernist Studies Assoc. Conference 2017, Amsterdam, August 2017.See more details >
The Courtauld Institute of Art has historically been a centre for both academic research and scholarly exhibitions on Impressionism. ‘Writing Impressionism Into and Out of Art History, 1874 to Today’ seeks to scrutinize Impressionism’s past historiography and trace its possible future in transnational art histories, with particular attention to new directions, approaches, and questions through which to interrogate Impressionism.See more details >
Call for papers - Reframing the Archive: The Reuse of Film and Photographic Images in Postcolonial Southeast Asia
A two-day conference and film programme exploring the use of colonial and postcolonial archives in contemporary Southeast Asian film, photography and visual culture.See more details >
The Art History Institute of the University of Coimbra invites papers for the First International Conference ON THE MARGIN, which strives to discuss the margin from the center, whether it coincides with study themes and subjects, ontological and epistemological positions, or research methodologies. We welcome researchers of all fields somewhat connected with image, art, and artistic phenomena.See more details >