- CONF: Objects in Motion: Material Culture in Transition
- (Cfp) Dialogue with Johanne Lamoureux : What remains of the notion of Heritage and what challenges is it facing in the 21st century?
- Talk: Elizabeth Inchbald’s pocket diaries, 11 May, London
- Cfp: Ways of Seeing conference, Greenwich, July 2015
- Courtauld Postgraduate Symposium 5-6 March
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Objects in Motion: Material Culture in Transition Interdisciplinary conference at CRASSH, University of Cambridge, 18-20 June 2015 Registration & provisional program: http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/events/25668 Convened by Dr. Alexi Baker: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter and hashtag: @Objects2015 #objects2015 Objects in Motion brings together scholars, curators … Continue reading
(Cfp) Dialogue with Johanne Lamoureux : What remains of the notion of Heritage and what challenges is it facing in the 21st century?
Johanne Lamoureux, the head of research and studies at the Institut national d’histoire de l’art in Paris (INHA), will be in dialogue in an upcoming Symposium organized by the Borel House Foundation. The subject is the question of Heritage in the 21st … Continue reading
For those who might be interested, there will be a panel on ‘Objects Repurposed’ in the upcoming Courtauld Postgraduate Symposium: Showcasing New Research. I will be giving a paper about playing cards on a panel with Rosamund Garrett, who will be … Continue reading
12 June 2015 CRASSH, University of Cambridge We are pleased to announce the one-day conference, *Matter and Materiality in the Early Modern World*, in collaboration with the CRASSH graduate group Things That Matter http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/programmes/things>seminar series. The conference is funded by … Continue reading
These posters were produced by delegates at the In(ter)ventions workshop at the British Museum (more to come) …
Objects in Motion: Material Culture in Transition 8 June 2015 – 20 June 2015 CRASSH, University of Cambridge, Alison Richard Bldg, 7 West Rd, CB3 9DT Proposals for papers and for visual and performing art are welcome for the … Continue reading
A panel discussion which covers some of the issues raised at In(ter)ventions will be taking place at the Courtauld next month, for those who might be interested. Entry is open to all and admission is free. A Future for Regional Museums? … Continue reading