Seminars in the History of Collecting, The French Financial Crisis in the late Reign of Louis XV, London, Monday 26 February 2018

Monday, 26 February 2018, 5.30pm Seminars in the History of Collecting: The Wallace Collection Lecture Theatre “Heureux ceux qui ont un coeur de bronze...” The French Financial Crisis in the late Reign of Louis XV and its impact on Royal Manufactures and Royal Patronage By Professor Alden Gordon (Paul E. Raether Distinguished Professor of Fine … Continue reading Seminars in the History of Collecting, The French Financial Crisis in the late Reign of Louis XV, London, Monday 26 February 2018

Report of the Seminar on Network Research, held on 3 March 2017

NETWORK RESEARCH FOR ART HISTORIANS: WHY AND HOW IS IT IMPORTANT? On Friday 3rd March 2017, SocHistColl held its first seminar, opened to members and non-members alike. The topical theme focussed a new methodological avenue fostered by an increasing use of digital tools in the Humanities: researching networks and visualising them. Prof. Koen Brosens from … Continue reading Report of the Seminar on Network Research, held on 3 March 2017