6th – 10th August 2012, 2 – 4 pmSee more details >
Noticeboard - Tag: Course
To find out about current and forthcoming news and events taking place please follow the links below:
This page lists conferences, calls for papers, exhibition announcements and other items of interest. For jobs, fellowships and funding opportunities, see our Jobs & Opportunities page. The AAH also reccommends subscribing to H-ArtHist, a high-traffic mailing list featuring conference announcements, job postings etc.
If you would like to include your news or events on the AAH website, free of charge, please complete and return a Website Notice Form or contact: email@example.com with 'News and Events' as the subject title.
This page is fed to RSS and to Twitter.
Please click on each story's heading for further details.
Course - Design History & Material Culture and Art in the Contemporary World: Exciting MA Opportunities at National College of Art and Design, Dublin
Applications are now being accepted for Masters programmes offered by the Faculty of Visual Culture at the National College of Art and Design (NCAD), DublinSee more details >
The first graduate programme of its kind to focus on the cultural history of the eighteenth century, based in the capital city of the Scottish Enlightenment and the world’s first UNESCO City of Literature.See more details >
The University of Buckingham announces a unique new degree in the history of gardens and landscaping, to be based in London, from October 2012.See more details >
Friday 15 June – Sunday 17 June 2012See more details >
Call for Papers - 'Terrorist transgressions: gendered representations of the terrorist in contemporary culture: Violence, horror and gender'
28 and 29 January 2012. University of Reading
An AHRC funded project – University of Reading and Birkbeck, University of London in association with the Royal Military Academy, SandhurstSee more details >
Excavating Tombs & Graves In Ancient Egypt - Saturday 22 October, 2011
Forensic Aspects Of Archaeology - Saturday 26th November, 2011
Study days presented by Joyce Filer (formerly Curator of Human & Animal Remains, Dept. of Ancient Egypt & Sudan, British Museum, London)
New BA degrees in Art History and Heritage Management, and in Art History with Minor Subjects, which are to be offered from September 2011 by the University of Buckingham.See more details >
The Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University, directed by Steven Kosslyn, Anne Harrington and John Onians
25 July – 5 August 2011