Tuesday 25 February 2014, 5.15PM to 7.00pm
This CModS post-graduate forum seminar encompasses three different methodological approaches to the cultures surrounding the creation and display of artworks in the modern period. The seminar brings together three papers by PhD researchers in the History of Art department, Liz Renes, Kuang Vivian Sheng and Helen Shaw. Each paper establishes a wide cultural framework to foreground issues of sexuality (Liz), race (Helen) and nationhood (Vivian) in each case study. The breadth of the seminar seeks to represent the diversity of research at York but also to engage broader questions of methodology and intersectionality in writing art histories.
The seminar will be chaired by Amy Tobin (History of Art).
All welcome, no need to book.
Location: Seminar room BS/008, Berrick Saul Building
Admission: All welcome, no need to book