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  • Imaging Utopia (Leuven, 11 Jan 17) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    techniques Imaging Utopia Utopian Imaging Contributions that explore artist or workshop practice in painting illumination sculpture and mixed media objects are welcome The aim of the conference is to consider how new imaging and analytical techniques can contribute to a better understanding of the arts during this highly dynamic period Special attention will be paid to mixed media in sixteenth century art by focussing on the Mechelen Enclosed Garden research and conservation project In honour of this project Mechelen will be the venue of the first day of the conference We also aim to contextualize the artistic impact of intellectual shifts and expanding worldviews that emerged during the first decades of the sixteenth century Humanism Visual Culture and the Pursuit of Knowledge This shift not only occurred in the minds of the humanists and intelligentsia but can also be seen in the visual culture of this period Poor life conditions and political instability engendered the desire to search for ideal places and perfect social circumstances These phantasms had complex and multi layered repercussions on the visual arts such as the popular representations of pleasant places loci amoeni Locus Amoenus However these internal desires also resulted in external expressions the physical search for paradise on earth such as the exploratory expeditions to the New World Terra Incognita These new horizons shaped the artistic representation of the other and the unknown At the same time the artistic search to redeem these deeply rooted desires produced visual antitypes of this kind of Utopian thinking resulting in the most horrific scenes in which reality and fantasy are no longer antonyms Dystopia Topics of interest include but are not limited to 1 New perspectives on technical art history and the Northern Renaissance New imaging and analytical tools and techniques applied on Northern Renaissance art The

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  • Dialogical Imaginations (Eichstätt, 4-10 April 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    about actual social ethical and political challenges and about responses to them in the arts and literature grounded in the discourse and institutional cultures of various academic disciplines religions and denominations At the same time the project is the final major activity of an interdisciplinary MA program entitled Aisthesis and funded until September 2016 by the Elite Network of Bavaria One of the purposes of the public funding of Aisthesis was to encourage the universities participating in this inter university curriculum Augsburg LMU Munich and Regensburg to create the structures and to build up the networks necessary for improving the training in advanced studies The project Dialogical Imaginations is both a conclusion of the program which after ten years of activity and excellent evaluations has reached the maximum period for public support and an opening toward the foundation in Eichstätt of an International Centre for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Humanism As Michael F Zimmermann has directed the MA program Aisthesis for the last ten years he has been charged by the presidium of the Catholic University with organizing a project that will prepare the grounds for the creation of new institutional settings The Elite Network of Bavaria will generously fund this effort The International Consortium on Art History Réseau International pour la Formation à la Recherche en Histoire de l Art proartibus net lends its support to the project and the convener is a co founder of this network 3 The team and the convener Fosca Mariani Zini a professor at the University of Lille will enrich the forum by encouraging contributions to the key issues of classical humanism Ms Zini is a Cicero specialist and she has also published on topics such as credibility and confidence in Roman humanism and on the premises of argumentation in the history of logic from Aristotle to Leibniz As a philosopher she is interested in dialogical structures within logics for example in the practices of syllogism Gernot Müller a classical philologist and vice president for international relations at the Catholic University where he is also a member of the Aisthesis teaching team studies the dialogical situations essential not only for the Socratic approach and the various Neoplatonic movements but also for Hellenistic Roman and Renaissance humanisms The critical negotiation of space and place in American culture and literature is Kerstin Schmidt s special area of expertise Also a member of the Aisthesis teaching team Ms Schmidt is an Americanist by training and has worked on the literature and culture of the Black diaspora the idea of the human in American and Canadian documentary photography and architecture and the resurgent interest in literary humanism in twenty first century American fiction She will contribute comparative perspectives on literary debates about biopolitics the post human and digital humanism The sociologist Robert Schmidt interested in a sociology of practices works within the framework of post empiricist and praxeological theorizing inspired by Wittgenstein s later philosophy His special areas of expertise are contemporary epistemic cultures of

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  • The Venice Biennale and the Art Market (London, 3-5 Feb 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    and contemporary culture 12 10 Elena Granuzzo Padua Harald Szeeman s Biennials the Relationship between Criticism and the Market 12 30 Discussion 13 30 14 30 Lunch break not provided 14 30 PANEL THREE MARKETING STRATEGIES Chair Adriana SCALISE ASAC Archivio Storico dell arte contemporaneo Venice 14 40 Francesca Castellani Venice 1895 1899 Market Collectors Criticism at Venice Biennale 15 00 Mauro Perosin Venice Links between Communication and Sales the Politics of the Image between the Biennale and Ettore Gian Ferrari 15 20 15 40 Break 15 40 Silvia Madeddu Paris Retrospectives of Artists and Market Interests at the Biennale the Case of Enrico Piceni 1901 1986 16 00 Luca Pietro Nicoletti Milan Merchant Critic Poet the Story of Jean Fautrier at the 30th Venice Biennale 16 20 17 00 Discussion Friday 5th February 2016 Location The Institute of Historical Research London Senate House Malet St London WC1E 7HU 9 00 Registration 9 30 PANEL FOUR THE BIENNALE AS ITALY S COMMERCIAL AND IDEOLOGICAL PLATFORM Chair Dr Giuliana PIERI The Royal Holloway University of London 9 40 Cristina Beltrami Venice The Venice Biennale and the Market for Murano Glass 1895 1930 10 00 Alberto Cibin Padua The Market for Futurist Works at the Biennali 1926 1942 10 20 Giuliana Tomasella Padua 1940 1942 The Contemporary Art Market during the War 10 40 Break 11 00 PANEL FIVE FITTING IN THE BIENNALE FRAMEWORK THE RE BRANDING OF OUTSIDERS Chair Dr Chloe PREECE The Royal Holloway University of London 11 10 Ana Bogdanovic Belgrade Yugoslavia at the Venice Biennale 1950 1952 Strategic Positioning between East and West 11 30 Nicola Foster London Thailand and China at the Venice Biennale 11 50 Salimata Diop and Liz Lydiate London Do the Venice Biennale national pavilions still impart special status A reflection on the composition

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11954 (2016-02-12)
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  • Postdoc Fellowship: Modern & Contemporary Art History (Washington) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    and the University of Maryland s leadership programs in art historical scholarship and interdisciplinary experimentation The fellowship will support research and teaching on topics in American European or non western art of all media from 1780 to the present The fellow will be expected to teach one undergraduate or graduate course at the Center or at The University of Maryland to present at least one public lecture and to participate

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11963 (2016-02-12)
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  • immediations 3/4, 2015 - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    the Model for Photographic Exhibition Julia Secklehner Gender ed Revolution Masculinities and Femininities in Irena Blühová s work Susan Green Pre Reformation Patronage and Pilgrimage in Southern Germany An Investigation into the Origin and Function of the Schöllenbach Altarpiece Conversation An Interview with Glenn Ligon Book Reviews Tessel M Baudin Surrealism and the Occult Occultism and Western Esotericism in the work and Movement of André Breton Will Atkin Jan Švankmajer

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11962 (2016-02-12)
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  • transmortale VII (Kassel, 27 Feb 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    in der frühen Neuzeit im deutsch niederländischen Vergleich ca 1600 1800 Kaffeepause Wiebke Neuser Paderborn Die Einführung der Feuerbestattung in Preußen und der Hagener Krematoriumsbau von Peter Behrens von 1907 Grete Schönebeck Frankfurt Wie soll man sie begraben Elemente der Bestattungskultur in China im Wandel 12 15 13 30 Uhr Mittagspause Block II 13 30 15 00 Eva Marie Lehner Essen Den Tod verzeichnen Trauer und Hoffnung in frühneuzeitlichen Kirchenbüchern Anastasiia Afanaseva Moskau Freiburg Erzähl und Zeitstrukturen in den französischen und deutschen literarischen Trauernarrativen der 2010er Jahre Ekkehard Knopke Weimar Trauerfeier ist gleich Atmosphäre ohne das geht es nicht Ästhetische Praktiken und die professionelle Herstellung eines Ambientes auf Trauerfeiern 15 00 15 30 Uhr Kaffeepause Block III 15 30 17 30 Sandra Braun Lübeck Trauer und Trauma der Weltkriegssoldaten Regiments und Soldatendenkmäler als mediale Fremd Betrachtungen historischer Krisensituationen Miriam Sitter Hildesheim Zum Wunsch des Normalseins von trauernden Kindern Susanne Loke Bochum Unentdeckte Tode Forschungsstand und perspektiven Abschlussdiskussion Konzeption und Organisation Dr Moritz Buchner MA Berlin Prof Dr Norbert Fischer Hamburg Dr Anna Maria Götz Bonn Stephan Hadraschek MA Berlin Jan S Möllers MA Berlin PD Dr Werner Tschacher Kassel Prof Dr Reiner Sörries Kassel Dipl Ing Dagmar Kuhle Kassel Gäste

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11903 (2016-02-12)
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  • The Future of the Past (New York, 22-23 Jan 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    and learn about its history and heritage Presented with the Antiquities Coalition and Learning Sites Inc PROGRAM Friday January 22 2016 1 00 3 00 pm Demonstration of the immersive virtual reality project Nimrud Rising Friday January 22 2016 3 00 5 00 pm Roundtable discussion with Morehshin Allahyari Peter Herdrich Donald H Sanders and Clement Valla moderated by Erin Thompson Saturday January 23 1 00 5 00 pm Demonstration of the immersive virtual reality project Nimrud Rising Speaker Biographies Morehshin Allahyari Iranian new media artist and art activist who now lives and works in the United States whose work Material Speculation ISIS a project recently profiled by Vice is featured in the exhibition The project uses 3D modeling and 3D printing to reconstruct artifacts from Mosul Museum in Iraq smashed by ISIS fighters in 2015 Allahyari s labor intensive process of digitally sculpting the works using the spare surviving photographic documentation of these objects from a museum that was too under funded to achieve full photographic inventory documentation of its holdings will ultimately lead to making 3D printable files for the objects available online for use by any interested member of the public Peter Herdrich Co founder of the Antiquities Coalition dedicated to the fight against looting and the illicit trade in antiquities and CEO of Cultural Capital consulting with business government and not for profits on communications media strategy and production Herdrich served as the CEO of the Archaeological Institute of America the world largest archaeological organization and as publisher of Archaeology magazine He is an award winning television news producer and has produced and written for ABC CBS Fox Disney USA and 20th Television Donald H Sanders President of Learning Sites Inc with 19 years of experience creating digitally reconstructed ancient sites for interactive education and research

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11939 (2016-02-12)
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  • Akademische Rätin / Akademischer Rat (Regensburg) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    Beamtenbesoldung BesGr A13 bzw nach TV L Entgeltgruppe 13 Voraussetzung ist die Promotion im Fach Kunstgeschichte und internationale Erfahrung Erwartet wird die Mitarbeit in Lehre und Forschung sowie an den Organisations und Verwaltungsaufgaben am Lehrstuhl In der Betreuung der Bachelor und Masterstudiengänge werden an die Inhaberin bzw den Inhaber der Stelle besondere Anforderungen gestellt die Fähigkeit zur Lehre zu verschiedenen Epochen und Ländern die Bereitschaft zur Einarbeitung in aktuelle methodische und bildwissenschaftliche Debatten auf hohem Niveau aber auch zur systematischen didaktischen Vermittlung Die Mitwirkung bei der Einführung von Bilddatenbanken beim Ausbau der Bibliothek und bei der Organisation von Exkursionen wird erwartet Soweit die beamtenrechtlichen Voraussetzungen erfüllt sind ist eine Übernahme in das Beamtenverhältnis auf Zeit vorgesehen Andernfalls ist ggf auch eine Anstellung in einem befristeten privatrechtlichen Arbeitsverhältnis möglich Geboten wird angemessene Gelegenheit zu eigener wissenschaftlicher Tätigkeit zur Vorbereitung und Durchführung eines Forschungsprojektes mit dem Ziel der Habilitation Die Universität Regensburg strebt eine Erhöhung des Frauenanteils an und fordert daher qualifizierte Frauen ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung auf Die Universität Regensburg setzt sich besonders für die Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Beruf ein nähere lnformationen unter http www uniregensburg de chancengleichheit Bei im Wesentlichen gleicher Eignung werden schwerbehinderte Bewerberinnen und Bewerber bevorzugt eingestellt Bitte

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