Research Seminars Spring/Summer 2009
Unless otherwise notified all seminars will take place on Mondays, 4.10-6.00 in Lecture Theatre 1, 43 Woodland Road, Bristol. All welcome.
Louise Hughes (University of Bristol), The Frame Within: Chaim Soutine's Extended Canvases
Elisa Sai (University of Bristol), Deconstruction and Perpetuation of the Futurist Dimension in the Work of Luca Buvoli
Emma Cowan (University of Bristol), Tyntesfield: What's the point of another heritage experience?
2 February: **SPECIAL EVENT**
The Faculty of Arts is pleased to host this lecture as one of a series of ten organised by the Society for Renaissance Studies UK and Ireland (www.rensoc.org.uk):
Professor Andrew Pettegree (University of St Andrews), Renaissance Encounters: The Invention of Printing and the Crisis of the Renaissance
Please note: This event will be held in Arts Faculty, Lecture Room 3,17 Woodland Road, University of Bristol at 5.15 pm
Ed Lilley (University of Bristol), Postcards from Everywhere
Dr Dot Rowe (University of Bristol), Weimar Women: Photography and Modernity
Dr Mike O’Mahony (University of Bristol), Screening of Sokurov’s `Russian Ark`, with introduction and discussion
Reading Week (no seminar)
Charlotte De Mille (Courtauld Institute of Art), Evolution of Creation: ‘Rhythm’ and Henri Bergson
Dr Richard Clay (University of Birmingham), Matthew Boulton and the art of making money
Dr Tania String (University of Bristol), Myth and Memory in Representations of Henry VIII, 1509-2009
Dr Paul Davies (University of Reading), Bramante’s S. Maria presso San Satiro and the uses of perspective in framing the miraculous
Bank Holiday (no seminar)
11 May: **RENAISSANCE AND EARLY MODERN SEMINAR**
Dr Jill Burke (University of Edinburgh), Inventing the Nude: Idealisation, Nakedness and Body Image in Renaissance Italy.
Dr Beth Williamson (University of Bristol), Art and Music in the English Medieval Church