CFP Aug 10, 2001

Ass. for Word & Image Studies Triennial Conference (Hamburg 21-27 July 2001)

Charlotte Schoell Glass

(Hamburg 21-27 July 2001)
Date: 8 August 2001

Call for Papers

The International Association for Word & Image Studies IAWIS/AIERTI are
organising
their sixth triennial conference at the University of Hamburg,
in collaboration with the Kunstgeschichtliches Seminar, from 21 to 27 July
2002.
We invite specialists in various fields to present aspects of their work
in which the use of texts and images is involved. We are particularly
interested in the pragmatic aspect of work in these fields and invite
reflection on methodological, theoretical and other problems raised. In
addition to sessional papers, poster-format presentations relating to any
of the conference topics will be most welcome. Papers may be selected for
publication in the conference proceedings; posters accepted may be viewed
on our website.
Prospective participants should send proposals in duplicate to the
appropriate day organizers (see below), including a résumé of not more
than 200 words in English or French stating in this order before the text
of the proposal:
1. The heading of the section to which the paper is to be directed
2. Name and institutional address of the author
3. Title of the proposed paper.
After the text of the proposal, which should not exceed one page, please
indicate
full address, fax and e-mail address to which all correspondence
should be directed.

Deadline for submission of proposals: 30 November 2001.
Confirmation of acceptance of papers and posters will be received by
participants
in January 2002.

The theme of the conference will be orientations - Word & Image and will
principally centre around the following topics:

Monday, 22 July
Word and Image in History and Historiography
Day organisers: Charlotte Schoell Glass, Lauren Weingarden
Aby Warburg: Cultural History - Word & Image
History - Historiography
The Museum as Institution
Narrative Images in Antiquity
The Literary and Media Experience Image-Text Mirrorings

Tuesday 23 July
The Politics of Media
Day organisers: David Scott, Ed Tan
Journalism
Television
Documentary
Advertising
Fashion
Simulacra
Media and Institutions
Network Communications

Wednesday 24 July
Day organisers: Wolfgang Kemp, Monika Wagner
Visit to documenta in Kassel. (No papers)

Thursday 25 July
Contemporary Art (in the context of the Kassel documenta)
Day organisers: Eric Haskell, Martin Heusser
Movement, Performance
Film
Graffiti
Intermedia
The Materiality and Mediality of Script/Writing

Friday 26 July
Mapping and Visualisation
Day organisers: Leo Hoek, Hans Lund
Cartography
Mental Mapping
Computer Imaging
Images and the History of Science
The Language of Gestures
Landscape and Garden

Saturday 27 July
Orientations
Day organisers: Michèle Hannoosh, Peter de Voogd
Cultural Memory
Disorientation

Poster Session
Organisers: Eric Vos, Claus Clüver

Workshop I
Organiser: Claus Clüver
Teaching Word & Image Studies

Workshop II
Organiser: Peter de Voogd
University Interdisciplinary Education and European Integration

Day organizers, addresses

Monday:
PD Dr. Charlotte Schoell-Glass
Kunstgeschichtliches Seminar, Universität Hamburg, Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1,
D-20146 Hamburg, Germany.
phone: +49-40-42838 3262, e-mail: schglassuni-hamburg.de
Prof. Lauren Weingarden
Florida State University, Dept. of Art History, 220 D Fine Arts Building,
Tallahassee, FL 32306-1151, USA.
phone: +1-850 644 1250, e-mail: lweingarmailer.fsu.edu

Tuesday:
Prof. E. S. H. Tan
Vrije Universiteit, Faculty of Arts
De Boelelaan 1105, NL-1081 HV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
phone: +31 20 224 6502, fax 31 20 444 6500, e-mail: tanelet.vu.nl
Prof. David Scott
French Department, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland
phone: + 353-1 608 1374, e-mail: dscotttcd.ie

Wednesday (no proposals for papers - excursion):
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Kemp
Kunstgeschichtliches Seminar, Universität Hamburg, Edmund Siemers-Allee 1,
D-20146 Hamburg, Germany
phone: +49-40-42838 6225,
e-mail: wolfgang.kempkunstgeschichte.uni-hamburg.de
Prof. Dr. Monika Wagner
Kunstgeschichtliches Seminar, Universität Hamburg, Edmund Siemers-Allee 1,
D-20146 Hamburg, Germany
phone: +49-40-42838 3272,
e-mail: monika.wagnerkunstgeschichte.uni-hamburg.de

Thursday:
Prof. Eric T. Haskell
Scripps College, Dept. of French & Humanities
1030 Columbia Avenue, Claremont, CA 91711-3948, USA
phone: +1-909 621 8000, e-mail: ehaskellscrippscol.edu
Prof. Dr. Martin Heusser
Englisches Seminar, Universität Zürich, Plattenstr. 47, CH-8032 Zürich,
Switzerland
phone: +41-1 634 3551, e-mail: heusseres.unizh.ch

Friday:
Prof. Leo H. Hoeck
Vrije Universiteit, Fac. der Letteren, Frans, De Boelelaan 1105, NL-1081 HV
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
phone: +31-20 444 6456, e-mail: hoekllet.vu.nl
Prof. Hans Lund
Institutionen för kulturvetenskaper (Dept. of Cultural Sciences),
Biskopsgatan 7, SE-22362 Lund, Sweden
phone: +46-46 222 4305, e-mail: hans.lundkult.lu.se

Saturday:
Prof. Michèle Hannoosh
Saint Catherine's College, Cambridge University, Cambridge CB2 1RL, UK
phone: +44-171 419 30 76, e-mail: mh268cam.ac.uk
Prof. Peter de Voogd
Universiteit Utrecht, Letteren/Engels, Trans 10, NL-3512 JK Utrecht, The
Netherlands
phone: +31-30 2538 112, e-mail: peter.devoogdlet.uu.nl

Poster Session:
Dr. Eric Vos
VT&HP, Haagwinde 12, NL-3755 TA Eemnes, The Netherlands
phone: +31-35 538 4403, e-mail: ericvoseuronet.nl
Prof. Claus Clüver
Indiana University, 405 N. Indiana Avenue, Bloomington, IN 47409-3741, USA
phone: +1-812 855 7070, e-mail: cluverindiana..edu

Workshop I:
Prof. Claus Clüver
Indiana University, 405 N. Indiana Avenue, Bloomington, IN 47409-3741, USA
phone: +1-812 855 7070, e-mail: cluverindiana..edu

Workshop II:
Prof. Peter de Voogd
Universiteit Utrecht, Letteren/Engels, Trans 10, NL-3512 JK Utrecht, The
Netherlands
phone: +31-30 2538 112, e-mail: peter.devoogdlet.uu.nl

Reference:
CFP: Ass. for Word & Image Studies Triennial Conference (Hamburg 21-27 July 2001). In: ArtHist.net, Aug 10, 2001 (accessed Sep 25, 2022), <https://arthist.net/archive/24586>.

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