Séminaire : « URBAN EXILE Online Panel Series 10.12.2020/ 14.01/ 21.01.2021 »

How can exile and migration be examined under a glocal, urbanistic perspective?

The public panel series “Urban Exile” enriches the theory and methodology of research on exile, cities and modernities. The three sessions are organized by the ERC project METROMOD (https://metromod.net) based at the Institute of Art History, LMU Munich. The panel series takes place as a kick-off for a transnational and transdisciplinary discourse on occasion of METROMOD’s second book “Urban Exile”.

Taking a historical perspective, the online panels focus on dislocations in the first half of the 20th century, when modern movements constituted themselves in global exchange. In cities around the world e/migration contributed significantly to . . . → En lire plus

Appel à communication: Performing Art History II (Londres, 18 Mai 2012)

Performing Art History II: Conveying Research, Communicating

A conference organised by the Performing Art History Special Interest Group. To be held on Friday 18 May 2012

Location: Kenneth Clark Lecture Theatre, The Courtauld Institute of Art, Somerset House, Strand, London WC2

Dead-Line: 12 mars 2012

Abstract: Building on a further year of workshops and seminars, the Performing Art History Group present a second conference that seeks to explore the clarity, diversity, and freedom that can come from presenting art historical research directly to an audience, as opposed to through traditional publishing routes in books or journals.

This year the conference will have an additional focus . . . → En lire plus