Category: Calls for Papers

Calls for Papers for conference, symposia and publications. Includes both Australian and International events and publications. We welcome submissions in this category, but they must be art or art history related. See ‘Contact Us’ for details on how to submit a CFP.

CFP for Conferences on Sculpture, Pre Raphaelites & William Morris and Trecento Art

The practical problems of sculpture CFP Renaissance Society of America 2011 Paper abstracts that address topics regarding practical problems of sculpture and its European or even global exchange in the Early Modern period–such as transport, materials acquisition, customs and other expenses and other related issues, problems of reception in different cultural contexts from its original production site, or issues in cross-cultural sculpture collecting or commissions–should be sent to kelley.didio@uvm.edu by 15 May 2010. Kelley Helmstutler Di Dio, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Art History Department of Art and Art History University of Vermont ——- “Useful & Beautiful: The Transatlantic Arts of William Morris and the Pre-Raphaelites” University of Delaware, Winterthur Museum and Country Estate, Delaware Art Museum, 7-9 October 2010 Deadline for submissions is 15 March 2010 “Useful and Beautiful: The Transatlantic Arts of William Morris and the Pre-Raphaelites” will be…

CFP: Australian Early Medieval Association Conference – ‘Courage and Cowardice’

AEMA’s seventh annual conference will be held from 18-19 November 2010 at the Old Senate Room, Irwin Street Building, The University of Western Australia. This symposium will explore the subject of courage and cowardice in the early medieval world, c.300-1100, across a range of disciplines. Paper proposals from any relevant areas of study are welcome. Possible approaches and themes may include: representations in literature, culture and the arts; intellectual and religious understandings; social attitudes; gender implications; anthropological approaches; archaeologies of courage and cowardice. Papers on all subjects of the early medieval world will be considered, but those adhering to the theme will be given priority if a large number of abstracts are received. Abstracts of c. 300 words for a 20-minute paper are now being called for from interested participants.  Submissions of 3 x 20 minute paper panel proposals are…

emaj (electronic melbourne art journal) Call for Papers 2010

ART HISTORY CALL FOR PAPERS: EMAJ ISSUE 5 2010 www.melbournartjournal.unimelb.edu.au/E-MAJ SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE: 31 March 2010 emaj (electronic Melbourne art journal) is one of the only online, refereed art history journals in Australia. Published annually in association with the University of Melbourne, emaj aims to provide an international forum for the publication of original academic research in all areas and periods of art history. For the 2010 edition of emaj, the editors now seek submissions from researchers investigating the history of art. emaj welcomes monographic articles about specific artists or art collectives as thematic or theoretical analyses of art history from any historical period. Established and emerging researchers working within the fields of art history, architectural history, curatorship, politics and aesthetics, visual culture, philosophy, historiography and museum studies are encouraged to submit. Manuscripts must be submitted by email to emaj.editors@gmail.com, as word…

Call for Papers: Art Schools: Inventions, Invective and Radical Possibilities

Art Schools: Inventions, Invective and Radical Possibilities 11- 12 June 2010 University College London Submission deadline: 30 January 2010 In conjunction with Noami Salaman’s exhibition Looking Back at the Life Room at The Strang Print Room, UCL, this conference will explore the history and legacy of the life room, its traditions of looking and its approach to knowledge. If the seminar and group crit. have become as central to art education as the life room once was, what kind of looking and knowledge now prevail? If art school archives are full of student life drawings from a previous era, what sense can be made of this material in the context of art practice and art history today? Proposals for papers exploring the relationship between art theory, art practice and critical theory in art schools from the sixteenth century to the…