CFP: Things on the Move – Materiality of Objects in Global and Imperial Trajectories, 1700-1900 (8-10 September 2022)

An International Conference organized by the German Historical Institute London in Collaboration with the Prize Papers Project The eighteenth and nineteenth centuries were defined by increased globalization, the growth of empires outside Europe, the emergence of global markets, and the establishment of colonial rule in many parts of the world. As recent scholarship has shown, an amplified movement … Continue reading CFP: Things on the Move – Materiality of Objects in Global and Imperial Trajectories, 1700-1900 (8-10 September 2022)

CFP: Nineteenth-Century Visual Technologies in Contemporary Practices

CFP: Nineteenth-Century Visual Technologies in Contemporary Practices Deadline: Mar 1, 2022 We invite proposals for a collection of essays on the ways in which contemporary art and heritage practices have been engaging with forms of nineteenth-century immersive spectacle. The parallels between the technological transformation of our own time and the experiments of the early nineteenth … Continue reading CFP: Nineteenth-Century Visual Technologies in Contemporary Practices

Call for Papers: Close Encounters – Cross-Cultural Exchange between the Low Countries and Britain 1500-1800 (The Hague, 22 September 2022)

Call for Papers: Close Encounters – Cross-Cultural Exchange between the Low Countries and Britain 1500-1800 (The Hague, 22 September 2022) On 22 September 2022, a symposium at the RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History will mark the launch of the heavily annotated and illustrated digital English language version of Horst Gerson’s chapter on ‘England’ … Continue reading Call for Papers: Close Encounters – Cross-Cultural Exchange between the Low Countries and Britain 1500-1800 (The Hague, 22 September 2022)

The Spirit of Innovation: Photography and New Media at Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center (2 Dec, 2021)

The West Coast Chapter of the Society for the History of Collecting Invites you to its Online Lecture The Spirit of Innovation: Photography and New Media at  Stanford University’s Cantor Arts Center by Maggie Dethloff, Assistant Curator of Photography and New Media Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University Thursday, 2 December … Continue reading The Spirit of Innovation: Photography and New Media at Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center (2 Dec, 2021)

Call for Papers: Journal for Provenance Research and the History of Collection

Call for Papers: Transfer – Journal for Provenance Research and the History of Collection The online journal transfer is an academic publication platform in the area of provenance research and the history of collection as well as adjacent fields of investigation, like art market studies, reception history, cultural sociology and legal history. Annual issues will … Continue reading Call for Papers: Journal for Provenance Research and the History of Collection