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Research Events 2017-18

AUTUMN TERM

Tuesday 17th October, 5.00pm (IAS Seminar Room, Millburn House)
Work in Progress Seminar: Rosie Dias (Warwick), A Sentimental Empire of Things: Queen Victoria's Indian Gifts

Wednesday 18th October, 2.15pm (IAS Seminar Room, MIllburn House)
Workshop: THE COLONIAL OBJECT
Speakers: Jason Edwards (York), Anne Gerritsen (Warwick), Kajal Meghani (Royal Collection), Amanda Sciampacone (Warwick), Kate Smith (Birmingham), Mårten Snickare (Stockholm)
 
Wednesday 1 November, 5.15pm (A0.28, Millburn House)
Millburn Seminar: Brian Dillon

Wednesday 15th November, 5.00pm (F37, Millburn House)
Work in Progress Seminar: Paul Smith (Warwick), 'Sit Like an Apple': Why Did Cezanne Represent People as if they were Things (and Vice-Versa)?

Wednesday 29th November, 5.00pm (F37, Millburn House)
Work in Progress Seminar: Jenny Alexander (Warwick), From Cathedrals to Country Houses: How Did the Stonemasons Cope in the Early-Modern Period?

SPRING TERM


Wednesday 17th January, 5.00pm (F37, Millburn House)
Departmental Research Seminar: Alexandra Hoare (Bristol), An Enigmatic Painting by Salvator Rosa: The Poet-Philosopher, the Free Artist, and the Friend as a Second Self

Wednesday 31st January, 5.00pm (F37, Millburn House)
Departmental Research Seminar: Richard Taws (UCL), Everything Flows: Infrastructural Aesthetics in Early Nineteenth-Century Paris

Wednesday 21st February, 5.00pm (F37, Millburn House)
Departmental Research Seminar: Anthea Callen (Emerita ANU and Nottingham), Fifty Shades of Gray

Wednesday 28th February, 5.00pm (F37, Millburn House). Postponed
Departmental Research Seminar: Francesco Ventrella (Sussex), Botticelli’s Jewish Position: Connoisseurship, Identity and Psychology in the 1890s

Wednesday 2nd May, 5.00pm (F37, Millburn House)
Departmental Research Seminar: Olga Smith (WIRL-Cofund Fellow, Warwick), De-centring the Human Perspective: Landscape Photography in Europe, 1980s-present.

Wednesday 23rd May, 11:00 to 4:00 (IAS Seminar Room, Millburn House)
Workshop on Aby Warburg
11:00-1:00
Johannes von Müller
Introduction to Aby Warburg and the Bilderfahrzeuge Project, 'Warburg's Legacy and the Future of Iconology,' at the Warburg Institute, London
1:00-2:00
Lunch
2:00-4:00
Prof. Juliet Simpson (Professor of Art History/Chair of Visual Arts, Coventry University): ‘Cartographies of Desire―Reframing Aby Warburg’s “Primitives”’

Lotte Crawford (PhD candidate, Coventry University): ‘Enid Marx and Aby Warburg: Modern Motifs as tissues of Memory.