Call for Papers | Ma thèse en histoire de l’art en 180 secondes

Posted in Calls for Papers, graduate students by Editor on February 29, 2020

From ArtHist.net:

Ma thèse en histoire de l’art en 180 secondes
Festival de l’histoire de l’art, Fontainebleau, 5–7 June 2020

Proposals due by 15 March 2020

La 10e édition du Festival de l’histoire de l’art aura lieu à Fontainebleau les vendredi 5, samedi 6 et dimanche 7 juin 2020 avec le Japon comme pays invité. Le thème fédérateur choisi cette année est le Plaisir. Dans le cadre de cette édition, il est proposé aux doctorants de participer au concours « Ma thèse d’histoire de l’art en 180 secondes ».

Chaque candidat disposera de trois minutes (180 secondes) pour réaliser un exposé clair et concis de son projet de recherche. Les présentations réalisées par les candidats retenus devront convaincre deux jurys composés d’historiens de l’art et de professionnels. A l’issue du concours, trois prix seront attribués aux trois meilleurs orateurs.
Premier prix: 1000€
Deuxième prix: 500€
Troisième prix: 500€

Les frais de transport et d’hébergement des participants hors région parisienne seront pris en charge sur présentation de justificatifs (jusqu’à 150€).

Call for Papers | Critical Perspectives on Image and Text

Posted in Calls for Papers by Editor on February 29, 2020

From ArtHist.net:

Perlego: Critical Perspectives on Image and Text
University of Oxford, 3–4 July 2020

Proposals due by 1 April 2020

From writings that explore the textuality of images to the use of images in the illumination of texts, the signifying systems of image and word rub up against one another in various ways, making the meeting of text and image a long-standing area of scholarly fascination. The PERLEGO conference takes a critical approach to text-image scholarship, bringing together early career scholars working across different disciplines to explore methodological issues arising at the interface of textual and visual analysis.

With a view to initiating productive conversations about methodology, PERLEGO seeks to draw out strands of critical approaches from across research areas, time periods, and genres, to consider how integrated approaches to image and text analysis can construct robust and polyphonic histories of meaning, production, and interpretation. Hosted in July 2020 at the University of Oxford, this two-day conference unfolds as a series of panels, roundtable discussions, keynote lectures, and a hands-on session at the Ashmolean Museum.

PERLEGO invites abstracts for critical perspectives on image and text in areas including but not limited to the following:
• Visual strategies in texts
• ‘Textual’ strategies in works of art
• The idea of ‘genre’ across text and image
• The graphic act
• Hierarchies of signification
• Disciplinary hierarchies and structures of power
• Historical reconstruction and the period eye
• Text and image in colonial and postcolonial contexts
• Museum labels and taxonomies

We welcome abstracts from researchers and practitioners working in all fields, including (but not limited to): English and Comparative Literature, Art History, Modern Languages, History, Media Studies, Design Studies, and Museum Studies. Please send a 350-word abstract and a short academic bio by 1 April 2020 to perlego2020@gmail.com.

Organisers: Rebecca Bowen (Oxford), Vittoria Fallanca (Oxford), Anna Espinola Lynn (Oxford), and Sophie Koenig (Hamburg). This Conference is generously supported by the AHRC-TORCH Graduate Fund.

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