Conferences and research seminars
Joining up networks of academics from the University of Nottingham with both national and international institutions.
Bringing the Department's research community together to focus on specific topics.
While aimed principally at CMVS researchers all University academics and students are welcome to attend. Refreshments are usually provided.
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History of Art research seminar archive
Mark Rawlinson (University of Nottingham) - What was Photography? An Ongoing Investigation
||Margaret Iversen (University of Essex) - Profane Illuminations
||Jenifer Chao, (Photographic History Research Centre, De Montfort University) - Marketing Nationhood: Visual and Cultural Politics of Reinventing Brand China
||Fiona Anderson (Newcastle University) - The whole world and the cemetery: Peter Hujar’s queer landscapes
Fintan Cullen (University of Nottingham) - Representing the Irish migrant: humour or pathos?
||Katherine Doniak (University of Nottingham) - I am making art: conceptual art as child's play
||Isobel Whitelegg (University of Leicester) - A Time Before Now: from Bienal de São Paulo archives to a history of collective practice
Sam Thorne ( Nottingham Contemporary) - New Schools: self-organised and artist-run education
||Helen Shaw (University of York) - Matters of the Avant-Garde: reconsidering West Coast and European ceramics from the late 1950s and 60s
||Claire Jones (University of Birmingham) - ‘A Perverted Taste’: Italian depictions of cloth and puberty in mid-19th-century marble
||Emily Burns (University of Nottingham) - ‘to be busy in building my nest’: Patronage in a Time of Civil War – Sir Justinian Isham in the 1650s
||Simon Baker (Tate) - Performing for the Camera (Tate Modern: Exhibition 18 February–12 June 2016)
||Isobel Elstob (Nottingham) - The Historical Impulse: representations of history in recent visual art
||Giulia Smith (University College London) - Alison Smithson’s Future Domesticities
||Alex Kidson (Senior Research Fellow, Paul Mellon Centre for British Art) - Getting the Measure of George Romney: reflections on writing a catalogue raisonné
||Postgraduate papers, in collaboration with the Universities of Birmingham and Leicester, held at the University of Leicester