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Call for Papers | 39th Annual Association of Art Historians Conference, Reading 2013


39th Annual AAH Conference  University of Reading, 11 - 13 April 2013 AAH2013 will represent the interests of an expansive art-historical community by covering all branches of its discipline/s and the range of its visual cultures. Academic sessions will reflect a broad chronological range, as well as a wide geographical one. We will address topics of methodological, historiographical, and interdisciplinary interest as well as ones that open up debates about the future of the discipline/s. Keynote Speakers: Adrian Forty, Professor of Architectural History, The Bartlett, University College London Okwui Enwezor, Curator and Director of Haus der Kunst, Munich AAH2013 will…

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

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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…

Call for Papers - AAH Annual Conference, 2011, Coventry (UK)


Call for Papers 37th AAH (Association of Art Historians) Annual Conference 31 March– 2 April 2011, University of Warwick, Coventry The 2011 Annual Conference showcases the diversity and richness of art history in the UK and elsewhere over an extensive chronological range from ancient to contemporary (with a healthy dose in the middle). Sessions are geographically inclusive of Western Europe and the Americas, the Middle East, and Asia. A full range of methodologies is on offer, ranging from object-based studies, socio-historical analyses, theoretical discourses, visual culture of the moving image,…