Research Seminars Autumn/Winter 2008

Research Seminars
When: Mondays, 4.10-6.00, Lecture Theatre 1
Where: History of Art Department, 43 Woodland Road, Bristol

13 October:

Prof. Elizabeth Prettejohn (University of Bristol) Displaying Marbles in the Early Nineteenth Century: Elgin and Aegina

20 October: Please note this event will be held in the Arts Faculty, Lecture Room 3, 17 Woodland Rd at 5.15pm

Prof. Griselda Pollock (University of Leeds) Catastrophe and the Aesthetics of Resistance

27 October:

Dr Grace Brockington (University of Bristol) A Language of Communication for All Peoples: Experimental Performance in Britain in the First World War

3 November: 

Dr Sue Tate (University of West of England) Gendered Genealogies: Art and Design History/Contemporary Practice: A case study at the Berlin Biennial, 2008

10 November:

Reading Week (no seminar)

17 November:

Professor Stephen Bann (University of Bristol) Nadar and History

24 November:

Sarah Turner (University of York) 'Contact Zone': Walter Crane, the India Society and the Festival of Empire in 1911

1 December:

Dr Juliet Hacking (Sotheby's Institute London) Untruth to Nature: Photobiography and Landscape Photography in the Mid-Nineteenth Century

8 December:

Professor Michael Hatt (University of Warwick) Cowboy Republicanism: the Wild West and Political Culture in the USA c.1900

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