The Seminar for Collecting and Display invites you to its seminar on Monday, 16 January, at 6 p.m (GMT) IN PERSON OR ON ZOOM Sara Ayres, Centre for Privacy Studies, Copenhagen University will talk on Prince Otto of Hesse in Whitehall Palace, 1611 Hans Eworth (d.1574) Elizabeth I and the Three Goddesses, 1569, oil on … Continue reading The Seminar for Collecting and Display: Prince Otto of Hesse in Whitehall Palace, 1611 (16 January, at 6 p.m GMT)
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)
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CFP: The 1873 Vienna World's Fair (Vienna, 12-11 Nov 21) University of Vienna, Nov 12–13, 2021 Deadline: Apr 18, 2021 Call for Papers for the Conference: Expanding Islamic Art Historiography: The 1873 Vienna World’s Fair While research on Islamic art became a scholarly field in the twentieth century, it built on studies and perspectives of … Continue reading CFP: The 1873 Vienna World’s Fair (Vienna, 12-11 November 2021)
CONF: The [After]Lives of Objects (online, 18-19 Mar 21) University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA The [After]Lives of Objects: Transposition in the Material World The University of Virginia’s graduate symposium, The [After]Lives of Objects: Transposition in the Material World is a couple weeks away! The papers presented at the symposium explore how transposition has materialized throughout … Continue reading CONF: The [After]Lives of Objects (online, 18-19 March 2021)