Research Seminars & Events (Manchester, Feb–May 19)

The University of Manchester, February 6 - May 8, 2019

The University of Manchester, Art History and Cultural Practices
Research Seminars & Events 2018-2019, Second Semester

All seminars commence at 5pm unless otherwise noted
Free and open to the public


Wednesday 6 February
Ros Holmes, Art History and Cultural Practices, The University of Manchester
Picturing the ‘Chinese Dream’: Urban Imaginings and Disneyland Dystopias in Postsocialist Beijing
A Whitworth Studies Event
Mansfield Cooper Building, Lecture Theatre G.20

Friday-Saturday 15-16 February
Conference
Gestures: Writing that Moves Between
Keynote speakers to include Renee Gladman and Maria Fusco with a reading by Anne Boyer
Full schedule and registration available at: https://gesturesconference.wordpress.com/

Wednesday 20 February
Adam Sammut, PhD Candidate, Department of History of Art, University of York
Guns and Rosaries: Lepanto and Calvino-Turcismus in Antwerp’s Dominican Church
Mansfield Cooper Building, Room 2.03

Wednesday 27 February
Janelle Hixon, PhD Candidate, Art History and Cultural Practices
Home as a Site of Longing: Nazgol Ansarinia's Living Room (2005)
Mansfield Cooper Building, Room 2.03

Wednesday 6 March
Rebecca Whiteley, The John Rylands Research Institute
Spratt’s Flaps: Using Books and Learning Midwifery in the Early Nineteenth Century
Mansfield Cooper Building, Room 2.03

Wednesday 13 March
Jamie Edwards, Department of Art History, Curating and Visual Studies, University of Birmingham
Pieter Bruegel's Political Paintings: The 1566 'Census at Bethlehem' as a Case Study
Mansfield Cooper Building, Room 2.03

Wednesday 20 March
Naomi Billingsley, The John Rylands Research Institute and Art History and Cultural Practices
Extra-Illustrating the Macklin Bible
Mansfield Cooper Building, Room 2.03

Wednesday 27 March
Sarah Feinstein, Art History and Cultural Practices
Circulating Capital: Northern Ireland and the Politics of Heritage
Mansfield Cooper Building, Room 2.03

Thursday 4 April
Claire Bishop, Pilkington Visiting Professor in Art History and Cultural Practices, The University of Manchester, and Professor of Art History, CUNY Graduate Center, New York
Information Overload: Research Based Art and the Politics of Attention
The Whitworth

Wednesday 1 May
Jadranka Ryle, PhD Candidate, Art History and Cultural Practices
Feminine abstraction: the gender politics of decoration in Hilma af Klint's ‘The Ten Largest’
Mansfield Cooper Building, Room 2.03

Thursday 2 May
Noorah al Gailani, Curator of Islamic Civilisations, Glasgow Museums, The Burrell Collection
Uzbek Suzani embroideries: an embodiment of inter-cultural exchange between east and west
The Whitworth, Study Centre

Wednesday 8 May
Gregory Williams, PhD Candidate in Art History and Cultural Practices
Drawing from Experience: The Surrealist Image in Theory and Practice
Mansfield Cooper Building, Room 2.03

Quellennachweis:
ANN: Research Seminars & Events (Manchester, Feb–May 19). In: ArtHist.net, 21.01.2019. Letzter Zugriff 16.02.2019. <https://arthist.net/archive/19980>.

Beiträger: Edward Wouk

Beitrag veröffentlicht am: 21.01.2019

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