CFP Mar 30, 2011

New Approaches to Post-Renaissance Florence (CAA, Los Angeles)

CAA Annual Conference, Los Angeles, California, Feb 22–25, 2012
Deadline: May 2, 2011

Eva Struhal

New Approaches to Post-Renaissance Florence, c. 1600-1743

Eve Straussman-Pflanzer, The Art Institute of Chicago; and Eva Struhal,
Université Laval. E-mail: estrauartic.edu and eva.struhalhst.ulaval.ca

Despite Rudolf Wittkower's declaration that Florence became a "stagnant
backwater" after the 16th century, recent scholarship has demonstrated
the wealth of artistic activity that flourished in the city after that
date. We seek to re-evaluate this art historical period by bringing
together research that highlights and nuances the artistic, cultural,
and intellectual riches of post-Renaissance Florence. We invite papers
that consider any aspect of the period from around 1600 until the death
of the last Medici in 1743. Paper topics might include the
historiography of the period, literary academies and artists, the
interchange between art and science, female patronage, women artists, or
the intersection of art and music.

Please follow CAA instructions for submitting proposals, which should be
sent directly to the session chairs by May 2, 2011:

Every proposal should include the following four items:
1. Completed session participation proposal form, located at the end of
CAA call for participation -brochure (to be found at:
www.collegeart.org).
2. Preliminary abstract of one to two double-spaced, typed pages.
3. Letter explaining speaker's interest, expertise in the topic, and CAA
membership status.
4. CV with home and office mailing addresses, email address, and phone
and fax numbers.

Reference:
CFP: New Approaches to Post-Renaissance Florence (CAA, Los Angeles). In: ArtHist.net, Mar 30, 2011 (accessed Jul 18, 2024), <https://arthist.net/archive/1136>.

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