Appel à communication : The Social Figure of the Female Art Critic (Bochum, 4-6 May 23)

The Social Figure of the Female Art Critic (Bochum, 4-6 May 23)

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, May 4–06, 2023 Deadline: Dec 16, 2022

The Social Figure of the Female Art Critic, or The Gender of Art Criticism.

Organized by Prof. Dr. Stephanie Marchal and Dr. Isabel Mehl (Ruhr-University Bochum) in cooperation with Prof. Dr. Astrid Mania (HfbK Hamburg), Prof. Dr. Brigitte Soelch (University of Heidelberg), and PD Dr. Anne Hultzsch (ETH Zürich) supported by Sophia Holzmann M.A., Anna Schrepper M.A. and Julia Ziegler M.A (Ruhr-University Bochum).

Since the 1970s, the discourse on art criticism has been dominated by widely credited claims that the practice is in ‘crisis’. However, this prevalent talk is lacking a thorough analysis. It is worth asking: Who speaks about a crisis and on what basis is this diagnosis . . . → En lire plus

Appel à communication : Feminist Art History Conference (Washington D.C., 29 Sep-1 Oct 23)

Feminist Art History Conference (Washington D.C., 29 Sep-1 Oct 23)

American University, Washington, D.C., Sep 29–Oct 1, 2023 Deadline: Dec 1, 2022 The Eighth Feminist Art History Conference.

Keynote Speakers: Nikki A. Greene, Associate Professor, Wellesley College Sherry Lindquist, Professor, Western Illinois University

We invite established and emerging scholars of art history as well as advanced graduate students to submit proposals for the eighth iteration of the Feminist Art History Conference.

In the spirit of feminist practice, this is an open call for papers that address any time period (ancient to contemporary), region, and issue relevant to the ways in which gendered ideologies have shaped the visual arts and their . . . → En lire plus

Bourses : doctorat et post-doc. Women Writing Architecture, Zurich

PhD and PostDoc Fellowship, Women Writing Architecture, Zurich

ERC-funded project ‘Women Writing Architecture’, ETH Zurich Application deadline: Mar 31, 2021 <>

1. PhD fellowship in History and Theory of Architecture, ERC-funded project ‘Women Writing Architecture’

Applications are invited for a doctoral fellowship within the ERC-funded project ‘Women Writing Architecture: Female Experiences of the Built 1700-1900’ (WoWA), led by Dr Anne Hultzsch. The project examines how women perceived and described architecture and the city in the 18th and 19th centuries in Europe and Latin America. Find out more about the project and the research group under

Job description: The doctoral fellow will . . . → En lire plus