Tag: Call for Papers

Call for Papers: Virtual Palaces Part II. Lost Palaces and their Afterlife. Virtual Reconstruction between Science and Media

Call for Papers Virtual Palaces Part II. Lost Palaces and their Afterlife. Virtual Reconstruction between Science and Media 13–15 April 2012, Munich, Germany About Palatium This workshop is part of the ESF Research Networking Programme PALATIUM: Court Residences as Places of Exchange in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (1400–1700). The PALATIUM programme aims at creating a common forum for research on the late medieval and early modern European court residence or ‘palace’ (palatium) with an interdisciplinary perspective. The world of the courts 1400–1700 constituted a network of truly European scale and international character, but its architecture is only rarely studied in its ‘connectivity’. Here the ‘palace’ is seen as a place for cultural exchange. Human interaction in this space is regulated and codified by a set of rules, known as ‘ceremonial’. The interaction between palace architecture (tangible) and ceremonial (intangible, but known through a set of tangible testimonials of…

Call for Papers: Women Artists in Early Modern Italy (Florence, 3 Mar 12)

Call For Papers Women Artists in Early Modern Italy Florence, Italy, March 3, 2012 Deadline: Jan 12, 2011 The Jane Fortune Research Program on Women Artists in the Age of the Medici at The Medici Archive Project is organizing a one-day conference (Florence, March 3, 2012) to highlight new documentary findings on the creative production of women in the visual arts (broadly defined) in the period 1500-1750. Researchers have been exploiting historical archives to answer such questions as, What were the lives of women artists like in early modern Italy? Did their creative production take its cues from the social, cultural and professional circumstances that characterized their careers? Did they operate workshops similarly to male artists? Did their techniques for attracting patronage and setting prices follow the example of male artists? Where else besides the professional artist’s studio did women…

Call for Papers: Probing the Interior, 1800-2012, 2012, UK

Call for Papers Probing the Interior, 1800-2012 25 May 2012, The Courtauld Institute of Art and King’s College London, UK Bodily, psychic and spatial interiors can be mapped, traversed and violated in multiple ways. This one-day conference will interrogate and re-evaluate the contested terrain of the interior in its varied forms. It will examine the interlacing and overlapping of different types of interiors, and seek to re-position the ‘interior’ in critical terms. Moreover, it will attempt to develop new ways of thinking about the relationship between the decorative arts, furniture, bio-technologies, anatomy and space. The conference will take place in The Courtauld Institute of Art Research Forum and conclude with a keynote address in the Anatomy Theatre at King’s College London. The conference will be built around three themes: Threshold, Incision and Autopsy. We encourage prospective speakers to outline how their papers…

Call for Papers – The British World: Religion, Memory, Culture and Society, July 2012

The British World: Religion, Memory, Culture and Society University of Southern Queensland, July 2nd to July 5th, 2012 Proposals are now invited for ‘The British World Conference, to be held at the University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, in conjunction with the Public Memory Research Centre and the Anglican Historical Society of Australia. The conference seeks to increase scholarly understandings of the religious and cultural adjustments that accompanied British political change and expansion. This conference is an exciting regional and international opportunity for the convergence of scholars in a range of disciplines, from history, religious studies, literature, e-pedagogies, education, post-colonialism, anthropology, legal studies, sociology and indigenous studies. This conference will provide a stimulating forum for the latest research in a range of disciplines. Abstracts are welcome on any aspect of history and or place where the government, religion, people and cultures…

Call for Papers: Reflections on Revolution and Romanticism

The Romantic Studies Association of Australasia Reflections on Revolution and Romanticism A Postgraduate Symposium The University of Sydney, 25th – 26th November hosted by the Romantic Studies Association of Australasia (RSAA) Papers are invited from all Postgraduate Students on the subject of Revolution and Romanticism, encompassing revolutions in Literature, Politics, Print, Science, Art, Industry, Education, Gender, Travel etc. “The French Revolution,” wrote William Hazlitt, “might be described as a remote but inevitable result of the invention of the art of printing.” Hazlitt’s description is only one of a multitude blending political, scientific, and cultural causes to explain the various revolutions that characterise and define the Romantic age. Papers are invited from all postgraduates working in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries on the broad subject of Revolution and Romanticism, including but not limited to revolutions in literature, politics, print, science, art,…

Call for Papers: AAANZ Annual Conference, 2011 – Wellington, New Zealand

AAANZ Annual Conference, 2011 – ‘Contact’ 7-9 December 2011, Victoria University of Wellington Announcing the 2011 Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual conference, on the theme of ‘Contact’ to be held at Victoria University, Rutherford House, Pipitea Campus, Wellington, New Zealand Delegates are advised that the format of the 2011 conference is different from recent conferences in that there is no Call for Sessions, only a Call for Papers. Delegates are asked to address one of the major strands of the conference in their proposals. Papers will be placed into cognate groupings within these broad strands. This form is being adopted in the interests of coherence and to streamline the timetabling of sessions. Your cooperation is appreciated. The Art Association of Australia and New Zealand 2011 Annual conference is focused on the single overarching theme Contact. ‘Contact’ evokes encounters between…

Call for Papers: Renaissance Society of America 2012, Washington

Call for Papers The Fifty-eighth Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America Washington, D.C. 22-24 March 2012 The Program Committee invites submissions for individual papers or panels on any aspect of Renaissance Studies, or the era ca. 1300-1650. You need not be a member of RSA to submit a proposal, but if your paper is accepted you must become a member and register for the conference. Proposals are evaluated by the Program Committee for their scholarly contribution to an aspect of the field. Each proposed paper must include: contact information for author; title; abstract (150 word maximum); keywords; and a one-page curriculum vitae. Proposals may be submitted by individual scholars, by RSA Discipline Representatives, or by Representatives of Associate Organizations. Only individuals may submit single papers, and they may submit one proposal; Disciplines and Associate Organizations submit complete sessions only. Any…

Call for Participation: CAA conference 2012, Los Angeles

CAA Conference, 2012, Los Angeles Propose a Paper or Presentation for the 2012 CAA Annual Conference The 100th Annual Conference in Los Angeles—which concludes CAA’s Centennial year—takes place February 22–25, 2012. Listing more than one hundred sessions, the 2012 Call for Participation will arrive in the mailboxes of all individual and institutional members in March; you can also download a PDF of the twenty-four-page document from the CAA website immediately. The 2012 Call for Participation describes many of next year’s panels and presentations. CAA and session chairs invite your participation: please follow the instructions in the booklet to submit a proposal for a paper. This publication also includes a call for Poster Session proposals and describes the eleven Open Forms sessions. The deadline for proposals of papers and presentations for the Los Angeles conference is Monday, May 2, 2011. In…

Call for Papers: Sixth International Conference on the Arts in Society

Call for Papers Sixth International Conference on the Arts in Society 9-11 May 2011, Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Berlin, Germany http://www.Arts-Conference.com/ Deadline: 22 March 2011 The International Conference on the Arts in Society and the International Journal of the Arts in Society provide a scholarly platform for discussions of the arts and art practices, enabling an interdisciplinary conversation on the role of the arts in society. They are intended as a place for critical engagement, examination and experimentation of ideas that connect the arts to their contexts in the world – in studios and classrooms, in galleries and museums, on stage, on the streets and in communities. The 2011 conference will explore the intersection between Art + Science, held in conjunction with the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities (BBAW) 2011-2012 Topic of the Year – “ArteFacts. Knowledge…

Call for Sessions 39th Annual AAH Conference, Open University (UK)

Call for Sessions 39th Annual Association Art Historians Conference, 29-31 March, Open University, Milton Keynes UK Keynote Speakers: Lord Puttnam CBE, Chancellor of The Open University Penelope Curtis, Director of Tate Britain Call for Sessions The Open University 2012 invites session submissions for the 38th AAH Annual Conference. In line with the founding mission of The Open University – “to be open to people, places, methods and ideas” – the 2012 Annual Conference looks forward to welcoming all those interested in the History of Art. To complement the sessions, plenaries and special interest sessions will celebrate the strengths and reflect on the challenges that face art history today while receptions, book fair and visits will provide opportunities for delegates to relax and network. AAH2012 conference will include sessions on art and artifacts, issues and debates that reflect the diversity and…