Workshop : « Bleu et blanc » d’inspiration chinoise. Porcelaines et faïences, entre sources visuelles et réalités matérielles (XVIe-XVIIIe s.) (Toulouse, 2018)

Workshop : « Bleu et blanc » d’inspiration chinoise. Porcelaines et faïences, entre sources visuelles et réalités matérielles (XVIe-XVIIIe s.)

(FRAMESPA (UMR 5136), thématique 3

2018 – Université Toulouse Jean-Jaurès – UT2J

 

Responsables scientifiques :

Sophie DUHEM.

Émilie ROFFIDAL.

Workshop 2018 :

La production de « bleu et blanc » chinois ou « d’inspiration chinoise » constitue un objet d’étude significatif. Les fameuses porcelaines à glaçure Qinghua, fabriquées notamment à Jingdezhen (Jiangxi) durant l’époque Yuan, ont commencé à circuler au sein des cours européennes à l’aube du XVIe siècle. C’est seulement au cours du XVIIe siècle qu’elles furent l’objet d’un . . . → En lire plus

Appel à publication : « Pouvoirs, censure et auto-censure (Chine, Inde, Iran) », ouvrage collectif, Classiques Garnier (2016/2017)

Canards-chars, ChineLes pouvoirs envisagés ici ne se limitent pas au pouvoir politique, mais incluent toutes les formes de pouvoirs explicites ou implicites à l’œuvre dans une société (contraintes politiques, idéologiques, économiques, religieuses etc). La censure n’est pas uniquement envisagée comme une autorité extérieure qui entraverait la liberté du créateur, mais comme une instance sociale, voire intime (l’auto-censure), parfois intégrée en amont par l’artiste, et susceptible de régler son activité créatrice.

Dans le prolongement des travaux de Robert Darnton et de Jean-Baptiste Amadieu sur la censure et l’autocensure, le présent appel à contribution souhaite étudier les relations entre arts et pouvoirs dans trois domaines artistiques – littérature, arts visuels et cinéma – et trois . . . → En lire plus

Appel à candidature : professeur en histoire de l’art asiatique (City University of Hong Kong, 2016)

City_University_of_Hong_Kong_LogoCity University of Hong Kong is a dynamic, fast-growing university that is pursuing excellence in research and professional education. As a publicly-funded institution, the University is committed to nurturing and developing students’ talents and creating applicable knowledge to support social and economic advancement. The University has seven Colleges/Schools. As part of its pursuit of excellence, the University aims to recruit outstanding scholars from all over the world in various disciplines, including business, creative media, energy, engineering, environment, humanities, law, science, social sciences, veterinary sciences and other strategic growth areas.

Applications and nominations are invited for :

Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor (Art History/History) Department of Chinese and History [Ref. D/126/49]

Duties : Teach and supervise students at both undergraduate and postgraduate . . . → En lire plus

Appel à communication : « (In)Direct Speech. ‘Chineseness’ in Contemporary Art Discourse and Practice » (Lisbonne, mars 2014).

Sheng Qi, 'Mao's Army', 2008, acrylique sur toile, 80x120cm

Informed by post-colonial and post-1989 perspectives as well as critical area studies and post-modern cultural theories of art and visual culture, scholars no longer look at Chinese art as a visual expression of “Chineseness”, conceived as a long-standing, homogeneous geographic and cultural unit. Instead, they consider the ways in which cultural identity is constructed and the role of particular actors, who continuously claim, contest and propagate its boundaries. Such an analytical stance has emerged as a response to recent positions on Chinese culture that are either charged with (neo-) nationalist assumptions fuelled by the PRC’s role as a rising global . . . → En lire plus

Appel à communication : « Forum de l’histoire de l’art asiatique » (Zurich, 29-30 mai 2015)

utamaroThe Forum for East Asian Art History is an initiative by junior academics at German-speaking universities. In the first two years (2012 and 2013) the forum was held at the Berlin Free University (Freie Universität Berlin) and in the third year (2014) at Heidelberg University. The fourth forum will take place at the University of Zurich, Switzerland.

The two-day symposium is a platform for scholarly exchange between PhD candidates, post-docs and scientific/research assistants in the field of East Asian Art History and Archaeology (China, Japan, Korea) or related fields. Junior academics are likewise invited to present their research projects at the symposium. In addition to the presentations on specific research topics, . . . → En lire plus

Appel à candidature : une bourse post-doctorale ou trois bourses doctorales à l’Université de Heidelberg

Heidelberg University is offering 1 Postdoctoral Fellowship or 3 PhD Scholarships in the Art Histories of China, Japan, and Europe, respectively, within the Cluster “Asia and Europe in a Global Context,” funded by the German Federal Excellence Initiative. The position/s shall begin from 1 January 2013, but a later appointment may be considered.

The three-year position/s are situated within the research group MC4 ‘Frames and Framing in Transcultural Interactions’ and shall take a new look at the processes of material and textual “en-framings” (mountings, texts, pictorial additions and adaptations) of specific paintings and objects as they travel from one cultural environment to another. The successful applicants are expected to contribute to the research group’s objectives in close . . . → En lire plus