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Material and Visual Culture Seminar Series, Fall 2022

Posted in lectures (to attend), online learning by Editor on September 13, 2022

From ArtHist.net:

Material and Visual Culture Seminar Series, 17th and 18th Centuries
Online, University of Edinburgh, 28 September — 7 December 2022

Each session we’ll hear from two speakers, sharing their research on, and approaches to, the study of 17th- and 18th-century material and visual culture. From reassessing how the work of female artists is read, to European visualisation of Latin America, and the exchange of objects, this year’s programme covers a broad range of topics. We aim to make a space in which these rich histories can be explored from varied disciplines to enhance our research practices. We’ll be meeting on Wednesdays, 5–6pm GMT, online using Zoom. See Eventbrite to register, view speaker abstracts, receive the joining link and reminders. Registration closes 40 minutes before seminar start time. Please contact materialcultureresearcheca@ed.ac.uk with any queries.

28 September | Approaching Identities
Chair: Georgia Vullinghs
• Emma Pearce
• Ailsa Maxwell

12 October | Patronage and Person under the Stuarts
Chair: Catriona Murray
• Sarah Hutcheson
• Megan Shaw

26 October | Baroque Devotional Visual Culture
Chair: Carol Richardson
• Lucía Jalón Oyarzun
• Sandra Costa Saldanha

9 November | Pasteboard and Printing Plates: Elusive Objects
Chair: Molly Ingham
• Chiara Betti
• Lucy Razzall

23 November | The Social Life of … Tea
Chair: Caroline McCaffrey-Howarth
• Anna Myers
• Lucy Powell

7 December | The Materiality of Making
Chair: Viccy Coltman
• Kerry Love
• Alejandro Octavio Nodarse

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